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Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
“So if you want to marry, I suggest you find someone who is willing and command her to marry you, because I am not available.”
He leaned in close to her and softly said, “I hope that is not a challenge for me to persuade you differently, Miss Prim, because if it is, I’ll have to accept.”
The Duke in my Bed was an emotionally complex historical romance focusing on a roguish duke with a promise to fulfill, and a vicar’s daughter with four rambunctious sisters to raise.
I started off not sure if I would like Lord Bray Drakestone after the opening scene and what shortly followed after his wager with Miss Louisa Prim’s brother. However, I personally thought Bray was the strongest and most intriguing character in this story. Well, aside from Louisa’s hilarious sisters, of course. I loved that he had a lot of personal growth as he became a duke and tried to make good on his promise to marry her.