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    The Duke Knows Best

    I am hooked on Jane's series. She must check out lots of references. She has written about Randolph who is a son of a Duke. He works with church of moving around. He likes to stay and he meets Verity who wants to get away from her home. Randolph had run into her father in Christmas a while back. Major Spoiler. Now they are into London and has a call for them to sing for the hostess. After they are done to see a special man who can tell about you by rubbing your head. Herr Grossmann is sure it works. Verity went with Randolph's to see the Duchess 's school. They are hit by slop and later the Duchess gets sick. Major Spoiler! Now Olivia is trying to get people in trouble. Verity is trying how to stop her. I liked this book. There are a lot of people all over this book. Don't let this book get away from you. Check this book for you! You won't regret it!
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    Lived Historical Romance!

    Verity knew she didn't want the life her parent's had; her father was the Dean of a Cathedral in the country. She longed for adventure/travel. Lord Randolph, the third oldest son of a duke, had a parish in a country town. They'd both come to London for the season... Lively, engaging historical romance! There is more then one rhapsody happening here! Loved Lord Randolph and his family. Liked how Verity's character matured, as did her mom. Olivia just remained mean. Would like to read the previous books in the series. 3 1/2 stars. Voluntarily read ARC, through Netgalley and publisher, for honest review.
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    Undeniable Spark

    The Duke Knows Best (The Duke’s Sons Book 5) – Lord Randolph Gresham, purported to be the most attractive of the Duke of Langford’s six sons, is in search of a wife. Taking time off from his parish, he comes to London. Having lost the love of his life six years ago when he was unable to marry Rosalie Delacorte, Randolph has determined that now is the time to get back into the Marriage Mart and find a mate. Because after all, a churchman really should have a life partner. So he sets up in his father’s home. It is an impressive address and he wants to make the best impression possible. He isn’t looking for a grande passion, after losing Rosalee that is no longer possible. He simply wants to find someone who shares his view of life and with whom he can come to an agreement. Enter Verity Sinclair. As her father is Dean of Chester Cathedral, and relatives of the Archbishop of Canterbury, her parents are the epitome of proper church-like decorum. They don’t understand Verity’s need for adventure. It took everything she had and a full five years to convince them just to give her this London Season. She isn’t going to squander it on a churchman, she wants an Adventurer. When the two meet, the attraction is immediate. And why not? Both are attractive, intelligent, and charming. Unfortunately, Verity immediately makes sure that Lord Randolph has no illusions as to her suitability as his wife. Thrown together throughout the season, they remain attracted but distant. Then they’re forced to perform a duet together and something magic happens. Undeniable Spark I enjoyed how the author created an instant antipathy between the two characters. And yet still between the two of them is an undeniable spark. The juxtaposition between the two varying emotions makes for an interesting interplay between them. This is the fifth in the series “The Duke’s Sons”. Reviewed for LnkToMi iRead in response to a complimentary copy of the book provided by the publisher in hopes of an honest review.

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