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Lord Randolph Gresham has come to London for one reason only--to find a suitable wife. Verity Sinclair may be intelligent, beautiful, and full of spirit, but her father knows a secret about Randolph that makes her entirely unsuitable as his bride. Not right for him at all, never, not a chance.
Verity knows that Lord Randolph lives in a country parish, and she wants nothing more than to escape to town. He may be fascinating, attractive, rich, and the son of a duke, but she'll never marry him, nor will she talk to him, flirt with him, walk with him, or dine with him. She'll sing a duet with him, but only this one time, and only because everyone insists.
But one duet invariably leads to another.
The Duke's Sons Series:
Heir to the Duke (Book 1)
What the Duke Doesn't Know (Book 2)
Lord Sebastian's Secret (Book 3)
Nothing Like a Duke (Book 4)
The Duke Knows Best (Book 5)
|Title||:||The Duke Knows Best (The Duke's Sons, #5)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||382 pages|
November 19, 2017
Series: The Duke’s Sons #5
Publication Date: 12/5/17
This book was a delightful surprise. I saw several three-star reviews and wondered if I was going to agree or disagree with them. I also noticed that the author is compared to Georgette Heyer – and I’m not a fan of hers. So, imagine my delight wh...
December 05, 2017
The Duke Knows Best is the second book I've read in The Duke's Sons series (Nothing Like A Duke was the first). It's actually the sixth book in the series, which doesn't matter all that much as long as you don't mind not knowing the full background of the whole cast of characters.
September 29, 2017
This is the first time I have read a book by Jane Ashford. I like the setting of regency England, the Gresham family was charming, but honestly I won't be reading another one of Ashford's books again. This dragged along to the point I was going to give up on the whole thing. A good book to me is...
December 05, 2017
Lord Randolph Gresham is one of the six sons of the Duke of Landford.
He's a clergyman. And he loves what he does.
But a misfortune has recently made any promotion within the Church impossible.
To help him deal with the difficult years to come, Randolph decides it's time to find a wife. He spent yea...
November 15, 2017
I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review. This is the last book in Jane Ashford's The Duke's Sons series. It can be read as a stand alone however. I struggled with the book even though the writing was great. Randolph is the middle child of the Duke and a vicar. Verity Sin...
November 05, 2017
I read an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review. The Duke Knows Best is book number 5 in Jane Ashford’s series The Duke’s Sons. It could be read as a stand alone but as the other books in the series are very enjoyable I would suggest reading them all. The story is more swe...
October 11, 2017
This story begins with an interesting premise of a clergyman, Lord Randolph Gresham meeting Verity Sinclair, who has absolutely zero interest in the parish life. Having been raised by the Dean of Chester Cathedral, Verity is more interested in a life of adventure than continuing to live within th...
October 10, 2017
This is the first book by this author that I have read and I will give another one a chance. This was a bit slow and dull for my taste, it moved along a bit to sedate for me, thought the characters were likable and the story was interesting when it got down to it, it was the getting there that wa...
September 28, 2017
I am voluntarily submitting my honest review after receiving an ARC of this ebook from NetGalley.
This book had all the elements of a bang-up Regency romance, but it just never really came together for me. Anachronistic language aside, much of the book's plot revolves around the childish antics o...
September 29, 2017
Let's start by saying that I have not read the previous four books in the series, so take what I say with a grain of salt...
...however, I really wanted to like this but the main characters just had no charisma together. None. I get that they sing well with each other, but all of us have known som...