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  • Deceit and Unrequited Revenge

    i have so many emotions coursing through me right now it is hard to explain how I feel. I feel disappointed, irritated, unsatisfied. But at the same time there was some suspense, excitement, tension and suspicion. I felt the story dragged on and on in the beginning. I thought there ought to have been more concentration on the romance. The story ended with a cliffhanger that brought no justice to the wronged parties and yet I feel the suspicion was on the wrong person. I am glad that the H/h got together at the end but at a tremendous cost to the H. Now I have to wait until February 2020 for the next book to find out who the real culprit was. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Together, they’re sweet and clueless and adorable

    A destitute duke willing to do whatever it takes to save his family legacy. A penniless Miss desperate for a wealthy match to save her family from debtors’ prison. They’re the farthest thing from an answer to each other’s financial woes, but the heart wants what it wants. Graham and Arabella are refreshingly different characters for historical romance. She’s spirited and independent while being devoted to her family’s wellbeing. He’s a duke who grew up without knowing the first thing about how to be a peer himself. Together, they’re sweet and clueless and adorable. I would have loved to have seen a solution where they achieve all of their goals, but I like the realism of the sacrifices they make. I look forward to seeing what in store for the other Spitfires. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author through NetGalley.

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  • Never have I ever with a duke

    A swindler has been busy and has effected our two main characters. Arabella’s Dad and the dukedom that Graham inherited feel pray. Together they set out to undo the wrong that has been done. A beautiful love story with mystery tied in.

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  • Enjoyable read

    I received an advanced reader’s copy of this book. Graham and Arabella are attracted to each other from the moment they meet. Unfortunately, they’re both penniless and each needs to find wealthy people to marry. Neither desires a marriage of convenience so they join forces to attempt to recover their fortunes. The story has a nice twist as far as the reveal with regards to Arabella’s family and Graham’s fortunes. Arabella’s and Graham’s perspectives and behavior were modern compared to the societal expectations of the time period. I enjoyed this story. The Marquess of Ripley is an intriguing character and I’m looking forward to reading more about him.

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  • Historical Romance

    Never Have I Ever With A Duke by Darcy Burke The Spitfire Society #1 Having set themselves on the shelf but preferring the term spitfire to spinster a group of women created The Spitfire Club. In the club, from what I can deduce, Jane Pemberton and Phoebe Lennox are definite members with Arabella Stoke a friend and potential member...if she didn’t have to find a wealthy husband to right her father’s monetary woes. When Arabella, in disguise walking her mother’s dog, meets Graham Kinsley, new Duke or Halstead, there is definitely attraction though neither realized who the other was nor knew they both were in need of money. They continue to meet throughout the book and eventually agree to work together to find the scoundrel that conned funds out of Arabella’s father and Graham’s uncle. They spend a bit of time together in the park, on a picnic, at parties and sleuthing. Not all of their time is innocent but neither really expects a future although both would choose to have one together if money were not an issue. What I liked: * Arabella: her loyalty to family and her ability to reach out for what she wanted. * Graham: his willingness to look for the dastard who took the estate’s money and his ability to (eventually) see what was most important in his life * The introduction to a new series with glimpses of who might show up in future books * Glimpses of characters from previous books * The HEA that the two eventually found with one another * Ripley – I want to see more of him perhaps in the next book What I didn’t like: * Tibbord: the scoundrel that did not even use his own name and showed no remorse * The weakness of Arabella’s father * The feeling that I was being told the story rather than being in the midst of it I am not sure that I fully believed that Arabella would have been as open and free and able to come and go as she did without a chaperone. I did enjoy the story and look forward to reading more in the series. Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars

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