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    loved the hero, hated the heroine

    The Duke’s Desire is book 8 in Erica Ridley’s 12 Dukes of Christmas romance series. So far I have loved each one of Ridley’s books. I have scored them with 5 star reviews because I felt that’s what they deserved. Unfortunately I can only give a four star review for this one. I loved the hero, but hated the heroine. Lucien le Duc is one smoldering, hot Frenchman. I enjoyed his taciturn personality, and his glaring silent rebukes. I enjoyed watching him gradually melt. But the heroine Meg Church just didn’t grab my heart. I thought her too vulgar and unbelievable for her Regency setting. Her crudeness and self centered lust made her unappealing and unbelievable. I am still a Ridley fan, just not a fan of this book. I was given a copy of this book.
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    Once Upon A Time: In a town called Christmas

    I love both Meg and Lucien. Meg is so spunky, kind, and is always so herself and not ashamed of it that you can't help but love her and want to be her friend. Lucien was forced to leave France when he was young and has taken care of his family for years. I love how much he loves his family and his home country. He will do anything for them. He has dreamed of returning to France and reclaiming his family name and lands and in a few weeks, he is about to get his wish. But he is going to miss his family. He always thought they would return together but his brother and sister are both married and have put down roots in the town of Christmas. Lucien doesn't speak English and is proud of it but he decides to learn so he can better communicate with his family and make them feel at home if they ever come to France. Meg offers to help him. Meg slowly teaching him and him relaxing around her and showing a different side of himself to her was so heart-melting and tender. I love how their relationship grows in this book and loved watching these two find they're happily ever after. This is a very feel-good read with a bit of spice. It is the perfect Christmas read. I highly recommend it. *I was given this copy for an honest review by Erica Ridley via Netgalley. All opinions are my own.* Rating: 5 stars Content: Adult
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    An English miss and a French Duke.

    Welcome to Cressmouth, the town in the mountains that celebrates the yuletide all year. Meg Church is a twenty-eight year old spinster that doesn't worry about what she can and cannot do. She has her eye on Lucien Le Duc, but he doesn't seem to notice her. Once she finds his weakness she'll make herself available. At times humorous, a little sad and not exactly predictable. An entertaining story of the eighth Duke in a series of twelve.
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    Will they or won't they?

    I am a major fan of Erica Ridley and, as always, was swept into the story. Our main characters, Meg and Lucien, are likable, engaging and believable. There are also some memorable supporting characters. Making for a great read! I enjoyed watching as the game, otherwise known as courtship, played out between Meg and Lucien. The whole will they or won't they? At times, I found myself smiling, crying and even laughing out loud on occasion. I highly recommend the purchase of this book. I received an advance copy for my honest feedback. All opinions are my own.
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    Loved

    Lucien Le Duc is a blacksmith who was originally from France. He desires to return home to his home country as soon as possible. He desires to recover what was taken from him including his title and land. Margaret Church- known as Meg- lives on a dairy farm in her cousins spare room. When she learns that Lucien Le Duc is in need of English tutoring services, she volunteers. Lucien is determined that he will not remain in England. Meg is determined to get Lucien into her bed. Who will win? You shall have to read the book to find out. I received a free copy of this book in return for my honest review.
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