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  • Fake Engagement and Second Chance at Love

    I received an ARC of this book to read through Edelweiss+ in exchange for a fair review. Nothing Compares to the Duke is the third book in Christy Carlyle’s excellent series The Duke’s Den. It can be read as a stand-alone, but I do highly recommend the first two books in the series. Rhys Forester is now the Duke of Claremont, but the estate matters are in a mess, his steward has gone missing, and he can’t make heads or tails of the account books as he suffers from what I believe is dyslexia. He turns to the one person he trusts to help him Arabella Prescott, his childhood friend and confidante from whom he’s been estranged for the last five years. Arabella Prescott had her heart broken on her 18th birthday when she encountered Rhys in flagrante delicto with another woman at her party. Since that time, she’s earned a reputation for being cold and unfeeling, having turned down several marriage proposals. The story has three of my favourite tropes … a fake engagement … a second chance at love … and friends to lovers as they learn to become friends again after being apart for so long. With a smart and adventurous heroine and a flawed but sexy hero who’s willing to become her hero, this book is one I thoroughly enjoyed. Medium Steam. Publishing Date May 26, 2020 #NothingComparesToTheDuke #ChristyCarlyle #HistoricalRomance #AvonBooks #HarperCollinsCanada #bookstagram

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  • Nothing Compares to the Duke

    Once childhood friends, Rhys and Arabella had gone their separate ways when he had ruined their friendship on her eighteenth birthday. He began to live the life of his father, a rake with all the trappings that involved. But five years later he inherited the Dukedom, which was not in the best of shape and he started waking up and seeing his life as it was. Arabella had her seasons and was content to be left independent and write that book she knew she could. But her family decided it was time for her to marry. The friends to lovers trope that the two decided to help each other and they eventually began to see the inside of their hearts and not all the outward dressing. Loved these two characters and seeing how they tried to make their way back to each other, with some humor, and wonderful dialogue that made this story complete! Don't miss this one! I read this through NetGallery and the publisher

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  • Compelling read

    Keep me interested, read in one day, sex scenes were hot

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