2 edition of Bringing Down the Duke found in the catalog.
Source title: Bringing Down the Duke (Thorndike Press Large Print Romance)
|Statement||Thorndike Press Large Print|
|Publishers||Thorndike Press Large Print|
|LC Classifications||Mar 11, 2020|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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East Anglian miscellany upon matters of history, genealogy, archaeology, folk-lore, literature, &c., relating to East Anglia.
Surprisingly, the lady settled for a brusque nod. A threat which is ready to blow apart everything they know. Worryingly for her, Vin has become the focus of a new religion, a development that leaves her intensely uneasy. Annabelle Archer is an English country girl on her way to the University of Oxford in 1879. He absently patted his belly. One experience that would take some beating is that endured by Baxter Dury.
Granted, the foundation of the dukedom had been crumbling for decades, and his grandfather had broken most of the entails. The cover might make it seem that this is all lighthearted joy and hijinks but don't be fooled. Annabelle clutched the ends of her shawl against her chest in a frozen fist.
Whenever she met her reflection, she saw her eyes. They can go suck eggs! Also, an extrem Fantastic I enjoyed this romantic historical fiction so much that I am impatiently waiting for the next in this series! Why do you think the author chose to set the story there? But surely, this was not just a case of her wanting too much. While their initial attraction to each other felt forced at first, I enjoyed their intelligent conversations - they felt genuine and showed the characters making real connections over important topics.
I wish they had connected this way first and the physical attraction came in slowly later, as that Bringing Down the Duke have been more natural. But there were years when I read nothing else than this genre. These Londoners share two things: a bus journey and a threat.
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