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    Melts your heart and steals your breath

    Perfect! That is what this book was. This is one of those reads where all the stars seem to align to aid in creating that special something that melts your heart and steals your breath. I loved the changes that love brought about in both Viola and Devin. I found Violet exceedingly easy to connect with. Her duality is something I can personally relate to. Devin was much more than you might expect and I always find it very appealing when the hero is so sure of what he wants, right up until he actually stumbles across what he truly needs and then he's all in. Sweet, heartfelt, cute and epically swoon worthy, their romance has easily earned a place on my keeper shelf. This is my freely posted, frank review.
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    A good book

    A perfect story to read and enjoy. Viola is great, Devin good. Nothing satisfies me more than a nice epilogue.
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    Delightfully fun story in the Wilde series

    This was a delightful romp of a story. It was full of fun and humor. It was fun to see the shenanigans that the secondary characters were getting up to while Viola and Devin were falling in love. I sympathized with Viola as she suffered from shyness, but like most shy people, she was witty and opinionated with those she trusted. Devin was able to see her true personality, and although they got off to a rough start, he knew she would be the perfect complement to his sometimes distant and distracted personality. I kept waiting for the dark moment to arrive, but when it came, the characters dealt with it reasonably for a change, so it did not drag down the happy vibe of this story. I would recommend this book to anyone who just wants to escape into a fun historical romance with a touch of Shakespeare, a pet crow, and some sizzling sexytimes!
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    Rated 3.5 Stars

    Say Yes To The Duke is an enjoyable read that I wished had more meat on its bones. It's funny, quirky and has the most adorable main characters. I love them. I loved watching them being disarmed by each other and I'm definitely looking forward to reading more of this author's work.
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    A very good read worthy of 4 stars

    This is the first book that I can remember reading which is authored by Eloisa James. It is from her highly popular Wildes of Lindow Castle series. I found that for the most part I greatly enjoyed the story and would like to read additional offerings in the series. Timid, tongue-tied, Viola Astley, a step-daughter of the Duke of Lindow, makes her debut in society and manages to attract the attention of Devin Elstan, Duke of Wynter. He is determined to have her. She wants nothing to do with the Duke. After meeting the new vicar, she is love-struck, and feels life with him in the country is preferable to life in society. One thing stands in the way, he is already betrothed. I enjoyed the contrasting stories going on with Olivia trying to gain the attention of the vicar, the Duke trying to gain the interest of Olivia, and the side stories going on with the vicar’s unlikable betrothed, Otis, Devin's cousin, Olivia’s step-sister, and her best friend. I thought the dialogue was good and the banter between Olivia and Devin very witty. I loved Olivia’s pets as well as the humor in this work, especially regarding the Biblical play. There is some steam to the story of Olivia and Devin but it was not offensive. This is an engaging read worthy of 4 stars with a steam level of 3.
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