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  • A highly suspenseful Regency romance

    This fast-paced and suspenseful Regency romance had me sitting on the edge of my chair for most of the book. Having insulted her fiancé, the Duke of Breckenridge, by investigating his role in the war against Napoleon, Lady Faith Landon not only offends Nicholas but is in danger of having her betrothal dissolved. She and her close friends devise a plan to get Nicholas away from London to force him into speaking openly with her. She succeeds to some extent, but just when she starts to make headway in opening the lines of communication, her plan takes on a life of its own as Nicholas' enemies from France catch up with him. Caught up in their machinations, Nicholas and Faith are forced to depend on one another and Nicholas discovers that Faith has far more strength of character and gumption than he would have anticipated. Apart from the danger to himself, Faith's life is also under threat and Nicholas realises that there are some things far more important than winning a war. Although this novel is a standalone, it does help to read The Earl Not Taken first, as it lays the groundwork for the plot of this story. The main characters and their friends are all enjoyable personalities and their contribution to the storyline is essential. The villains of the plot are truly awful and I found difficulty in reading some of the descriptive passages. The book is well written with interesting characters and comes to a good conclusion. I received a copy of this book as a gift from NetGalley and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Entertaining book

    This was a well-written, entertaining book. Lady Faith Landon has been betrothed to Nicholas Ellsworth, Duke of Breckenridge, who she barely knows. Her friends help her investigate him, but he is upset when he finds out. The book was fast-paced and hard to put down. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more books by this author.

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  • Awesome

    Not your typical historical romance. Faith is a wallflower by choice. She is determined to make informed decisions about her future despite her parents and society’s expectations. Nicholas is a man with many secrets. Despite his ire he is attracted to his fiancée, Faith. The story shows two people who are stubborn and determined. It is these two traits that will help them survive the horrors that will befall them both. They show true grit and love for each other that is an outstanding trait in a couple. This is an awesome story.

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  • Thrilling Regency

    I received an ARC of this book to read through NetGalley. Misleading A Duke is the second book in A.S. Fenichel’s Wallflowers of West Lane Series. I enjoyed this book more than I did the first one (the heroine in the first one has some really annoying verbal tics) but I do think you should read the first book as the heroine and hero of this book meet in the first book and it will help you understand why they are in conflict at the beginning of this book although I have to say I really don’t understand why the hero reacted as he did because goose/gander? Nicholas Ellsworth, Duke of Breckenridge became betrothed to Lady Faith Landon with out even having met her. Faith was understandably shocked to find out that her parents had arranged for her to marry a stranger and so she and her friends sought to investigate Nicholas to ensure that he would be a good husband. Nicholas has spent the last number of years undercover as a spy and he was incensed to have the tables turned on him and wished to end the betrothal just as Faith began to feel something for him. Wanting to see if their relationship can be salvaged Faith arranges for them to spend some time alone together only things go horribly wrong when Nicholas’s past comes back to haunt them and they must learn to trust each other if they are to survive. Medium Steam. Publishing Date: September 29, 2020. #MisleadingADuke #ASFenichel #HistoricalRomane #RegencyRomance #KensingtonBooks #LyricalPress #bookstagram #bookstagrammer

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  • The Wallflowers are great.

    The Wallflowers are great, especially when they go up against a French spy. Faith just wanted to know the real person behind the facade. Nick just won't talk about what he has been doing for the past few years. So she resorts to tricking him into talking to her. Nick has wanted Faith since the first time he saw her. But he won't talk about his life as a spy to anyone, especially Faith. She doesn't need to know any of that. He just wants to settle down and have a family. When he is called to the country to meet a friend, he doesn't realize that Faith will be there waiting for him. When some French spies appear to get some information from Nick, he finds that Faith is probably the bravest woman he knows. Will she still want him when all of this is over? How can she still want him when he has put her life in danger?

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