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    Accepting Love

    You will totally love this amazing couple’s love story. Tristan is a Duke in the shadows because of a speech impediment. He doesn’t trust anyone except his grandmother because of the things that had happened in his past. He is pretending to be someone else when he meets Olivia. Olivia is independent and is not looking to marry unless she is in love. She meets Tristan and likes him on sight but doesn’t know he is the Duke. When they are forced into marriage by his grandmother things do not start off well. This story reveals the depths you will go for the one you love. It also looks at accepting people despite their disabilities. Family loyalty is very important as a great support in all your troubles. There is intrigue and fun and witty conversations as Olivia fights for the life of love she wants with Tristan. This is a truly beautiful love story that will bring light and gladness to your heart.
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    Learning to Trust

    Tristan Cameron, the Duke of Keswick, and Lady Olivia Swift met at a house party held on his estate. Neither wanted to be there. When they met in the stables, Olivia mistook him for a groom, and Tristan didn’t correct her. Accused of theft, Olivia said she was out of the house when the incident happened, and that the groom could vouch for her. When it is discovered that the “groom” is Tristan and that the two of them had been out unchaperoned, her mother and his grandmother insist that they marry. Thinking he’d been tricked, but seeing no way out, Tristan goes through with the wedding and promptly leaves for London without Olivia. She follows him, determined to make the best of their situation. No matter what she does, Tristan resists. She gives up and goes to tell her sister she is leaving. She never makes it. Where is she? Will Tristan realize too late that she is exactly what he needs and wants? Tristan is an honorable man and cares for and helps others, especially veterans and others with disabilities. Bullied in school and called the “Stuttering Duke,” he avoids interaction with society. He fulfills his Parliamentary obligation, but cannot bring himself to speak on things his feels are important. Olivia is independent and adventurous. She supports Tristan completely. Antonia, Tristan’s grandmother, and Olivia’s family, especially her sister, encourage her efforts with him. The villain (besides the bullies) might surprise you. How to Capture a Duke is a well written emotional story. It is essentially a journey to acceptance, especially for Tristan, whose greatest challenge is to accept himself as he is. Happy ever after might be possible, but it will be a tough trip. The epilogue ties everything up nicely. I enjoyed this story. I like the series. I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. My review is voluntary.
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    Great story, great series

    This is book 3 in the Raven club series. The series has taken place around the Earl of Castledon and his 2 sisters, Ellie and Olivia. This is Olivia's story. It is a stand alone but as always reading books 1 and 2 add to it. Olivia has seen her brother and sister marry for love. She wants the same. She will accept no less. Her mother is trying to push her to marry and thinks love a foolish requirement. When Olivia escapes her mother and goes to the stables to see the horses, she meets Tristan. She thinks he's the head groom. Tristan is in the stables taking care of his horse when Olivia comes in. She has no idea who he is because he is known as a recluse. He doesn't socialize, even though his grandmother is having a house party right now. But when Olivia returns and wants to ride and there is no groom to ride with her, he offers to go. After all, she thinks he is a groom, what harm could there be. But their ride alone, unchaperoned, becomes known. As a result, Olivia, who is shocked to learn that he is the Duke, is forced to marry Tristan. Tristan, who has vowed never to marry, feels like he has been betrayed, duped. Forced into a wedding he never wanted. Why is Tristan so adamant not to socialize and not to marry? He stutters badly. He has been made fun of and put through many torturous medical procedures in an effort to cure him. Nothing worked, so he has vowed never to pass this on to a child of his. Olivia's dream of marrying for love has burst like a bubble. She has no choice but to marry Tristan. He says it will be a marriage in name only. Will she accept these circumstances? Will she fight for what she feels she and Tristan deserve? This leads to some very interesting adventures as we see the friendship, respect and the love that develops between the two. It was a great story and a great series. This is my fair and honest review, in my own words, in exchange for this ARC. I give it 5 stars.
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    Slow Burn!

    Lady Olivia is dragged to a country house party at the residence of the Duke of Keswick by her Mother in hopes of finding her a husband. She escapes to the stables and while admiring the horses is sent back to the house by the head groomsmen. The next morning she heads out to the stables determined to ride and she heads out with the groomsman unchaperoned. Upon her returned she's summoned by the dowager duchess and accused of stealing another Lady's family heirloom. When she mentions her unchaperoned ride as proof of her innocence, she learns the groom is Tristan, the Duke of Keswick. To avoid scandal it's decided that they must marry immediately. Tristan believes she manipulated this whole scheme, no matter what she says. This was such a slow burn. He fights his attraction to her. And when she mentions producing an heir, he shuts it down. He's afraid a child would have his stutter and wants to avoid passing that on. She knows she has to gain his trust and with the help of her sister sets actions in motion to help him pass a bill he feels passionate about. I really enjoyed this book and did not expect the twist towards the end. I found myself tearing up when he tells her about not wanting to pass on his stutter and the reason his own mother was so cold towards him. This was my first time reading anything by this author and I'm looking forward to reading the first two books in this series. All three stand-alone books. This ARC was provided by Entangled Publishing and NetGalley. #HowtoCaptureaDuke #NetGalley #EntangledPublishing
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    Great introduction to Tina Gabrielle

    This was my first book by Tina Gabrielle and I enjoyed it. Will definitely be reading more. I love a good forced marriage trope and this one was great. A duke that didn't tell the lady he was a duke. A lady alone with the duke thinking he was a stable hand. A duke who doesn't socialize much because of a disability, one who doesn't trust easily because of past hurts. A lady trying her best to help him to trust again and, just maybe, feel something for her. This was a shorter book and I would have liked it to be a bit longer, especially the ending. Overall, quite enjoyable read. I received an advance reader copy from NetGalley for an honest review.
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