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    ...made for an enticing journey.

    No risk, no gain. I am so glad that I took a chance on Hamish and Megan. Neither are what they seem. Each carries a heavy load of baggage that they need to sift through. However if they can weather the storm, the best is yet to come. The Trouble With Dukes is that once one captures heart, it's forever. Grace Burrowes spirited characters and emotional story made for an enticing journey.
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    Sweet, and excellent characters

    I've read most of Graces books, and this one stand out from the pack!
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    An entertaining read

    This was a great read and kept me in supense as to what was going to happen next The story also provided a good insight into the society of that era.
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    I highly recommend!!!

    Hamish MacHugh, the very reluctant new Duke of Murdoch, can’t wait to leave the sweltering ballrooms and stuffy clubs of London behind. Admitting he needs to give his sisters at least one season among the Ton to let them choose husbands, he enlists the help of Megan Windham, niece to grand old Duke Percy and his duchess Esther Windham, to teach him the dances and etiquette his new rank requires. When Megan is bullied by Sir Fletcher, an old flame and bearer of evidence proving Megan’s youthful indiscretion, Hamish intervenes. Sir Fletcher is ruthless in his pursuit of Megan’s substantial settlements to pay off his gambling debts and threatens social ruin if she doesn’t marry him. What follows is a slow building of trust, respect, affection, and finally love between Hamish and Megan. Hamish bears emotional scars from his own past, having served during the war against Napoleon, surviving capture and torture. As much as Megan brings Hamish to life and sanity, Hamish encourages Megan to see solutions when she is bereft of hope. There are enough twists and turns in the storyline (as is common in Ms. Burrowes books) so that it is at first impossible to see a resolution that will give Hamish and Megan their happy ever after. Then, just when you are certain you know how it is going to end, Ms. Burrowes comes up with a denouement totally out of the blue, completely satisfying and awesomely perfect. Ms. Burrowes’ writing is beautifully descriptive, without being overly wordy, choosing the ideal words to convey the circumstances. Characters from past books in the Windham family series make appearances, though this book is a standalone. That said, it was like a family reunion to revisit Valentine, Westhaven, Percy, Esther, Rosecroft and the rest of this loving clan as secondary characters who assist, but never intrude on, a lovely romance. But given a taste of Ms. Burrowes stories, you may well want to read the rest of the Windham’s saga! I highly recommend!!!
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