Download A Duke of Her Own (Desperate Duchesses, Book 6) by Eloisa James PDF
By Eloisa James
A duke needs to decide upon properly . . .
Leopold Dautry, the infamous Duke of Villiers, needs to wed fast and nobly—and his offerings, unluckily, are few. The Duke of Montague's daughter, Eleanor, is exquisitely appealing and fiercely clever. Villiers betroths himself to her with out extra ado.
After all, no different lady particularly qualifies. Lisette, the outspoken daughter of the Duke of Gilner, cares not anything for garments or decorum. She's engaged to a different guy, and doesn't provide a fig for prestige or name. part the ton believes Lisette mad—and Villiers is susceptible to agree.
Torn among good judgment and keenness, among intelligence and mind's eye, Villiers unearths himself interested in the very fringe of impropriety. however it isn't till he's in a duel to the dying, combating for the popularity of the lady he loves, that Villiers ultimately realizes that the best probability is probably not within the dueling box . . .
But within the bed room. And the center.
Read Online or Download A Duke of Her Own (Desperate Duchesses, Book 6) PDF
Best historical romance books
"Hadrian Bothwell was once by no means a superb healthy with a non secular calling, so whilst his titled brother asks him to take over operating the family members property, Hadrian offers up vicaring and returns to Cumberland. He�s spent years deliberating girl Avis Portmaine because the girl he must have fought for, yet he unearths Avis has turn into a recluse at the neighboring property, socially avoided, and extra unavailable than ever.
"A Lonely Princess . . .
Emily Wright is wealthy, attractive, spoiled--and friendless--until she discovers her boastful servant boy is hiding a mystery expertise. As not going friendship blossoms into forbidden love, Emily needs to choose from her ardour for a pauper and her position in excessive society.
A Pauper grew to become Prince . . .
Grey Rees is now a well-known, filthy rich musician, yet his soul nonetheless burns for the princess who as soon as governed his center and rejected him. whilst destiny offers him the opportunity to make Emily his servant, he seizes it. Now he's HER grasp. And he'll ultimately wrest from her the ability she nonetheless yields over him . . . yet previous passions are tough to tame.
A nation in danger . . .
When a sinister mystery from the earlier returns to torment the star-crossed fanatics, can they locate redemption and a moment probability at love? Or are a few damaged hearts very unlikely to mend?
"Bestselling writer Judith McNaught masterfully portrays a extraordinary heroine, and an unforgettable ardour, during this powerfully relocating love tale -- one among her so much loved novels of all time!
The tempestuous marriage of Alexandra Lawrence, an blameless kingdom woman, and Jordan Townsende, the wealthy and strong Duke of Hawthorne, is set to stand its final try of smooth loyalty. Swept into the without end interesting international of London society, free-spirited Alexandra turns into ensnared in a tangled net of jealousy and revenge, stormy satisfaction and overwhelming ardour. yet at the back of her husband's chilly, conceited masks, there lives a young, very important, sensual guy. .. the fellow Alexandra married. Now, she's going to struggle for his very existence. .. and the rapturous bond they on my own can share.
Even if celebrated for her notable stories of recent dance within the overdue Nineteen Twenties and early thirties, Barbara Morgan loved a creative profession that embraced quite a lot of philosophical and aesthetic impacts. Her experiences of pioneering dancers reminiscent of Martha Graham, Jos Lim*n, Erik Hawkins, and Merce Cunningham trap the spirituality of a temporal paintings.
- His Immortal Embrace (Zebra Historical Romance)
- The Outsider (The Men of Pride County Series, Book 2)
- A View to a Kiss (The Bow St. Agents: Spies in Love, Book 1)
- The Art of Sinning (Sinful Suitors, Book 1)
Extra resources for A Duke of Her Own (Desperate Duchesses, Book 6)
Of course, if he were still about somewhere, perhaps trying to mend his vessel, then it was my duty to warn him of what was being said in the village. I topped a sandbank and looked out at the empty patch of shore between two spits of rock and then back up at Fergus’s cottage hunkering in the dunes well up from the ancient shoreline, whose edges were fringed with sea grass that had somehow survived a half century buried in sand. I put up a hand to shade my eyes from the sun that was still on the incline and bright enough to burn the eyes when it peered around the clouds.
Still, I was a long way from being completely at ease in my thoughts as I prepared my meal. I didn’t need to light the kitchen fire since the embers were still glowing, a further confirmation that my visitor had felt free to make himself at home. However, by the time I had stirred the oatmeal into something nearly edible, my thoughts had turned from tales of devils to stories of night visitors of the amorous variety. Legend had it that the area was once populated with sleagh maith, the local Gaelic term for fairies, notorious for seducing humans.
My grandmother had sometimes spoken the language, and my husband had used it with his few friends, so I recognized some of the stranger’s words. The man was asking who I was and if I recognized him. The voice was a bit like a rusty razor that was perhaps not often used but capable of cutting deeply if needed. Against my will I answered. “Is mise…Megan. ” I gasped the last bit, and it sounded something like laughter—hysterics, though, not girlish giggles meant to attract a man. The stranger inhaled deeply.