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  • Ten Days with a Duke

    We continue back in Cressmount with the 11th book. This story had me and would not let me go till I finished it! A story of two people who learn to let their past guide them instead of keep them back. They are thrown back together by their fathers. What comes out is a wonderful love story.

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  • Beautiful story of love and forgiveness

    Olive knows from her father's feud with his father that she cannot trust Elijah Weston, so when their fathers agree to end the feud if the two of them will marry, she's more than a little hesitant. Having no other choice if she wants to keep the family farm, she challenges Elijah to a dare: he has ten days to convince her famous (and very temperamental) horse, Duke, to allow him to ride. It took me a while to like Eli - about as long as it took him to grow a pair and stand up for what he knew was right. Olive's character was strong and resilient right from the start, and I loved seeing her blossom beyond her self-imposed limitations. Theirs is a sweet romance with a satisfying HEA. I really love the way the author has put all these different twists on the name, Duke, and how she's connected all the various characters from all the previous books in the series. While each one is a standalone romance, seeing everyone interact together adds a richness and vitality to the little mountain town. I highly recommend binging on this entire series every holiday season. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.Beautiful story of love and forgiveness Olive knows from her father's feud with his father that she cannot trust Elijah Weston, so when their fathers agree to end the feud if the two of them will marry, she's more than a little hesitant. Having no other choice if she wants to keep the family farm, she challenges Elijah to a dare: he has ten days to convince her famous (and very temperamental) horse, Duke, to allow him to ride. It took me a while to like Eli - about as long as it took him to grow a pair and stand up for what he knew was right. Olive's character was strong and resilient right from the start, and I loved seeing her blossom beyond her self-imposed limitations. Theirs is a sweet romance with a satisfying HEA. I really love the way the author has put all these different twists on the name, Duke, and how she's connected all the various characters from all the previous books in the series. While each one is a standalone romance, seeing everyone interact together adds a richness and vitality to the little mountain town. I highly recommend binging on this entire series every holiday season. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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  • Historical Holiday Romance - 2nd Chance

    Ten Days with a Duke by Erica Ridley 12 Dukes of Christmas #11 A young girl wins a horse race A young boy, smitten, kisses her Young love thwarted by ridicule A second chance arranged But Will they take it or lose out again? Burly Botanist Elijah Weston sows up with books and a wedding license ready to marry Olive Harper only to have her totally against the idea. The two are thrust together for ten days in a semblance of courtship but will the time to suffice for them to rekindle the feelings they had in their teens? Are they compatible or truly opposites with no hope of romance at all? As with previous books…there IS a DUKE but it is not human in this story. What I liked: * The return to Cressmouth…most commonly referred to as Christmas * Olive: strong, horsewoman, independent, wounded, wonderful, leery, and yet perhaps open to a HEA with the right person. * Elijah: strong, smart, dedicated, dreamer, scientist, goal driven, wonderful, kind, and realistic though he would love to win Olive’s heart. * Mr. Harper: I did love this man…a father who loves horses but loves his daughter even more. * The writing, story and how it all worked out. * Counting down the ten days * The kind little and bigger things that Olive and Elijah did for one another. * All of it really except… What I didn’t like: * Mr. Weston: a spiteful mean man more intent on feuding than much of anything else – his interactions with his son and others were reprehensible. * The pain both Olive and Elijah endured at times in their lives * Knowing that this series will end with the next book… Did I like this book? YES! Would I read more in this series? Definitely! Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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  • Heartwarming second chance romance!

    “If the only way to be together is on your terms, then I accept them, whatever they are. I would rather have a little piece of you than nothing at all.” Olive Harper has proven herself an expert when dealing with her beloved horses…but when it comes to matters of the heart, she’s not willing to allow herself to be once again hurt and humiliated. So, when the one person in her life that managed to turn her heart to ice shows up with a marriage license in hand, Olive swears to never yield…but little by little, her cold heart starts to thaw for a man that has just as much to lose… Elijah Weston is once again staring into the eyes of his one and only love. After years of abuse and humiliation from his father, he’s being forced to do the very thing he swore against…hurt his beloved Olive…again… Olive and Elijah start their rocky romance as enemies, but little by little, they grow to know each other and see the truth behind the actions of long ago…and together, their love affair may be the very thing to heal the rift between their families. Erica Ridley’s 12 Dukes of Christmas is such a heart-warming series, and this latest installment may be one of my favs! Loved and highly recommend! **I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own. **

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  • Something extra special

    I enjoy this series but I thought that there was just something extra special about this entry. Olive and Eli's story was like a Cupid's arrow right to my heart! I fell so hard for these two characters. I felt that even though these characters were often at cross purposes, you could very easily feel for them both. I thought Olive was fierce, yet vulnerable and Eli was brilliant and quite sweet. I adored them together! The story hold your attention with a skillfully crafted blend of emotions, humor, twists, drama and heart. This book is now officially my favorite of this whole series. Of my own accord I am posting a sincere review.

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