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  • Great Series

    Never Have I Ever With A Duke - A swindler has ruined more than one family who was already in desperate straits but who is he, and can he be compelled to return the money he took? If not then both the new Duke of Halstead and Miss Arabella Stoke will need to marry for money and not follow up on the attraction between them. I enjoyed both the characters and the storyline. Great start to a new series A Duke is Never Enough - Phoebe jilted her bridegroom on his wedding day and only because she is wealthy has she not been totally shunned, as it is invitations are not precisely flowing. However that doesn’t concern Phoebe, who delights in being a spinster and not caring what Society thinks. When she meets the notorious rake Marcus Raleigh, Marquess of Ripley she does have some qualms though, any association with him will rip what remaining reputation she has into shreds. But, oh it is so pleasant to flirt with him! Neither Marcus nor Phoebe have any intention of marrying but their attraction to each other leads to scandalous behaviour behind closed doors - reader you have been warned! Recommended read. A Duke Will Never Do - Riddled with guilt and self-loathing over the death of his parents, Anthony drinks to numb himself. After a fight leaves him bruised and broken on our heroine’s doorstep, he spends the week recovering at her house and for once is sober as she has instructed her staff not to serve him strong spirits. Whilst not in an alcoholic haze, Anthony starts to connect and feel once more but his guilt is not easily assuaged. A lovely story about forgiving yourself, leaving darkness behind and moving forward into the future. The rather heavy and tragic backstory is handled with a light touch that makes it an engaging read. I have read the above books individually and copied my reviews to this boxed set.

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