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  • Perfect Escape Read

    I received an ARC of this book to read through Edelweiss+ in exchange for a fair review. Would I Lie to the Duke is the second book in Eva Leigh’s delightful Union of the Rakes Series. It can be read as a stand-alone, but I enjoyed the first book in the series, My Fake Rake and do recommend it as well. When her employer is injured, Jessica McGale arrives in London with few responsibilities. Jess decides to take advantage of her free time to promote the honey soap made by her family. She is having little success until a chance encounter with the Duke of Rotherby leads to Jessica masquerading as Lady Whitfield at the Bazaar, a gathering of investors in order to secure capital for her family’s soap business. Noel Edwards, Duke of Rotherby, is enchanted by Jess, Lady Whitfield, is the most intelligent woman he’s ever met, beautiful, charming and something he never knew he wanted, dominant. She’s also one of the few people who sees him as a man and not a Duke. Jess’s masquerade has gotten out of hand. She never expected to fall in love, and she knows it can’t have a happy ending because the Duke never marries the farm girl and eventually, the truth is going to come out. I found this story to be the perfect escape and relished every page. Medium Steam. Publishing Date: July 28, 2020. #WouldILieToTheDuke #EvaLeigh #AvonRomance #HarperCollinsCanada #HistoricalRomance #bookstagram #EdelweissPlus

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  • Magnificent Historical Romance

    Would I Lie To The Duke is a phenomenal historical romance by Eva Leigh. Ms. Leigh has given readers a well-written book. The characters are fun and entertaining. Jessica is from a farm that makes soap to support the family. When their soap making screeches to a halt due to a fire she takes a job as companion to a countess. She finds herself in London without her employer for two weeks and masquerades as a lady of the ton to try to get backing to rebuild the family business. Noel is a Duke handles his own investments. Jessica and Noel's story is loaded with drama, humor, lies, sizzle and just a little suspense. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from Eva Leigh soon. Would I Lie To The Duke is book 2 of the Union of the Rakes Series but can easily be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Blazing Hot!

    I really enjoyed this romance and in some ways felt it had a refreshing twist to it. That being said, I'm not sure if you are a true-blue historical fan that this book is going to work for you. If you are willing to have an open mind and not be obsessive about the historical accuracy, I think you will find this steamy read quite fun. Jess and Noel made quite the pair. Jess was so fierce, spunky and determined. I could sympathize with her loyalty to her family and her desire to do what she had to do to help them and their business. As for Noel, I found him a delightful blend of surprising contrasts. He was funny and charming. Trust me when I say that these two generate enough heat to add to global warming!!! Things get blazing hot when these two come together. This is my candid, volitional review.

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