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  • Cuteness Overload!

    Cuteness overload! Lol ;) Awesome! Worth it! Loved it! You will not regret reading this book! Tnx ms suzette!

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  • Love it!

    One of the best worthy reads in the ever expanding catalogue of romance books. The Duke Takes A Bride is one of the contemporary romance novels that I enjoyed severely-- meaning, I finish the book in one sitting. Since I am a fan of Im-inlove-with-him/her-since-eternity MC/LI, Imogen and Julian raised the bar of my standards on which book to pick again on this kind of story. Really, she raised the bar and ruin almost all of the stories I've read from the past. I love how the author brew the romance and commitment between the characters. It's not one of Hey-nice-to-meet-you-wham-bam-I-am-obsessed-with-you-wham-bam-I-love-you. There was a break. The characters did breathe. And oh boy, when they met again, I could see sparks fly in the letters. It's refreshing. I was smiling in the middle of the story while my heart is doing somersaults (I mean, come on, if you have Julian and his ways, your heart will surely melt). In the middle but then when it is about to end, d*mn. I can't remember how many times I put the pillow on my head and scream in frustration and heartbreaks. Yes Imogen and Julian made my heart do somersaults but they also manage to break it. But thanks God div-- I hate spoilers so I'll leave it to you to find out. *winks*

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  • Cute!

    This was a quick fun and enjoyable read. About a princess and a polo player. It was also humorous because the night they met they did not recognize each other. And, when they finally realized the identity of one another, let's just say that their interaction was very interesting. They both had a past which also hunted their future but in the end love conquers all. Still, both characters had their own flaws and the thing I disliked about Nic was thinking he knew what was best for Lexie. Still, Lexie realized where her heart truly lies. The same with Nic as well. I received an arc from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Gradual build to perfection

    *I was gifted a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review* OMG! I loved this so much. XD Imogen and Julian are amazing in The Duke Takes a Bride. I can't believe Genie's bold moves in this thing despite her natural meek - albeit sassy -attitude. She had her excitable best friend to balance out her wit whenever Julian was around, so I was glad to see that streak of her come out when the situation called for it. Their gradual understanding towards one another was nice to see, Imogen with her insecurities and Julian with his inability to let go of his fears. I loved Imogen's banter with Julian and how she struggled with her love for a man who wanted nothing to do with it. Julian's slow reluctance to love was also a nice thing to witness. Their whole story was a horrific climb up this large mountain covered in exotic flowers with a sharp kick off an abrupt cliff and swimming for your life from traitorous sharks and unmentionables before finally finding a private island of your own to live happily ever after. Overall this was a fantastic read with LOL moments and a steady increase in 'holy shit' ones. Not only was I entertained, I ended up falling in love with them and their little world. The pace of this book flowed pretty nicely except for when there was a change of scene or POV- there were no visuals for my eyes to let me know when to pause, so the beginning was a bit jarring. It got better towards the end, but more because it was something to already expect. As a reader, I did appreciate the way things weren't spelled out, leaving me to wonder if what I assumed, THEY also assumed. A lot of 'omg, is she implying' moments, which made the pages both fun and suspenseful. The other characters were great though I wish a few had just a wee bit more scenes to really feel like they were THERE. For example, I love love love Lukas, and despite only being in a few scenes, his presence and cheekiness snagged me right away. He had his own little moments that added more depth and made him more than Julian's helpful friend. It's a great read that brings on the old sexiness of Europe to LA, with a beautiful increase of feeling that explodes like a bomb and kills you. In a good way.

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