The Reluctant Duke Christine Donovan

The Reluctant Duke

By Christine Donovan

  • Release Date: 2014-05-15
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4.5
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Description

Although this book is part of a series, it can also stand alone.

Thomas Seabrook, the penniless Duke of Wentworth, walks into White’s for a night cap.   He leaves no longer in need of coin. In fact, he has become a wealthy man and owner of Hamilton Whaling Industries of New Bedford, Massachusetts and guardian of a seventeen-year-old girl. Thomas travels to Boston intent on bringing his ward back and marrying her off to the first eligible gentleman who requests her hand. Except the first gentleman to ask for her, is his own brother, Sebastian. Thomas refuses, because bloody hell, he wants her for himself.

Emma Hamilton is not happy with her new situation. Her papa brought her up to be independent and assertive. How dare this stranger, this moody noble, dictate what she can do and not do? When she finds herself thrown into a London Season, being introduced from one gentleman to another, looking for a husband, she realizes only the duke will do. How can she break through the duke’s hard exterior and find the loving, caring gentleman she knows he hides from everyone.

Reviews

  • Don't bother with this book

    1
    By Silveplated
    This book was all over the place not worth the time I gave it
  • Ehhhh...

    2
    By amyserafin
    I found the writing to be weak, littered with modern phrasing that elite people back then simply wouldn't use. I found myself skimming at times as it was predictable and the characters tiresome.
  • Exciting

    5
    By Louisianablondie
    Couldn't leave this story alone. Great reading and I just have to read the rest in this series. Romantic, suspenseful. Loved all the characters.
  • The reluctant duke

    4
    By Dottieguionnaud
    Good but predictable.
  • To Marry A Duke

    5
    By Chabs23
    Great Book Loved It
  • Too bad. It had potential.

    2
    By zodiacring
    The male characters are all weak and childish. I cannot understand how desperate these women must be to pine over boys.