It's Hard Out Here for a Duke (Keeping Up with the Cavendishes, #4) Read Online Free - In the fourth novel of Maya Rodale’s tantalizing series, a newly minted duke spends one night with his perfect woman...but can he win her for a lifetime
When American-born James Cavendish arrives in London tomorrow, he’ll become the Duke of Durham. Some might be ecstatic at the opportunity. Not James. He’s a simple man, fond of simple pleasures. And right now, nothing could be more pleasurable than spending his last night of freedom with a beautiful stranger.
Are Far Too Good…
One wild night, Meredith Green, companion to the dowager Duchess of Durham, said yes to a man she thought she’d never see again. Suddenly, they’re living under the same roof, where Meredith is expected to teach James how to be a duke—while trying not to surrender to temptation a second time.
To Be Forgotten
For a duke and a commoner, marriage would be pure scandal. Yet nothing has ever felt as right as having Meredith in his arms…and in his bed. Soon he must choose—between a duty he never desired, and a woman he longs for, body and soul…
|Title||:||It's Hard Out Here for a Duke (Keeping Up with the Cavendishes, #4)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
December 23, 2017
I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars.
I seem to have spent a bit of time lately saying “don’t let the stupid title put you off reading this book because it’s really good” – and now I’m saying it again. This fourth book in Maya Rodale’s Keeping Up With the Cavendishes series is the b...
December 28, 2017
If IT'S HARD OUT HERE FOR A DUKE had been the first book in this silly, fun, sweet, series, I doubt I would have read on. Which would've been a shame as I loved, or at least enjoyed, the stories focusing on the three sisters in the Keeping Up with the Cavendishes series. But this final book featu...
December 30, 2017
I honestly can't make my mind up about this book. It was good, but not great. I think I may have enjoyed it more if I hadn't read the previous ones in the series. I can safely say that, while this is the final book in the series, it can easily be read first or just as a standalone. This...
November 27, 2017
Finally a book in this series I was able to finish and enjoy! Yay! Bring the booze to celebrate! I knew Jame's book wouldn't be a disappointment because he is the most sensible one. He is a little thick in the head sometimes, but all of this can be forgiven.He and Meredith have the best...
November 25, 2017
While I liked this book, I didn't love it and I was a bit disappointed.
Anyone who has read the previous books has for all intents and purposes, read 75% of this book. I knew before I started this book that James and Meredith had a past and that there was a strong attraction between them. And afte...
November 30, 2017
We are on to the last of the Cavendish siblings; The Duke himself. Although he doesn't really feel like a The Duke. He still feels like James the horse breeder from America. However, he is determined to try for the sake of his beloved yet vexing sisters. But, before he becomes The Duke, he is go...
December 09, 2017
3.5 stars rounded to 4.
The starting was a little slow in tempo.
The standout in the book was Meredith's capacity to suffer through. I mean, WOW! She takes the role of a martyr to a whole new level.
January 29, 2018
Now, I finally have the last book of the series I have been reading for what seems like a year. But in reality its was more captivating to have it given out in section. I very much enjoyed watching each of the Cavendish sisters fall in love and find their matches. I have very much enjoyed how eac...
December 21, 2017
Lovely book. I liked it that the 4 books where in the same time period with the same events. So we see the events from an other perspective.
November 28, 2017
A 3.5 star book. I really like the premise for this series - all four books with the four siblings occurring simultaneously- except that, by the fourth book, it becomes repetitive. You’ve seen the same drawing room scene through at least five characters’ perspectives. You know when Bridget falls...