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How to Tempt a Duke How to tempt a duke By refusing to be tempted at allHe'd returned from war a duke Now Rafael Daughtry was battling a force terrifying than Napoleon's army—his family Thankfully his childhood friend Charlotte Seavers had agreed—reluctantly—to a bargain While Rafe would provide her with the home she'd lost Charlotte would provide him with a chaperone for his unruly twin sistersBut who would chaperone Rafe For the feisty young girl he remembered had blossomed into a sensual woman—a woman whose haunting beauty and deeply kept secrets drew him like no other Charlotte had good reason to mistrust men—yet could Rafe's sizzling seduction convince her to give in to temptation

10 thoughts on “How to Tempt a Duke

  1. Alicja Alicja says:

    very nice Pleasant story nice romance and heroes to like

  2. Laura Laura says:

    one of the best Regency Romances I've read in a long time The end has a twist I definitely never saw coming The next book is about one of the Duke's sisters and I didn't want to read ituntil she grew up a bit at the end But Rafe and Charlotte were a great pairing and a cute romance Rafe comes back from war to a new dukedom that shouldn't have been his He says rather grimly at one point And I only had to step over 3 bodies to get it But Charlotte helps him gain his footing and deal with his 17 yr old younger twin sisters Nicole and Lydia They fall in love but charlotte has a big secret that prevents them from getting close And it's a biggie I liked this book alot than I thought I would It was a pleasant surprise

  3. Maggie Maggie says:

    I don't think I've read a Kasey Michaels book before and I really really liked this one There was a little bit f violence towards women which I really hate reading about seeing on tv movies etc I got caught up into this story uickly and I loved the strength friendship and diaglog between Rafe and Charlie Fitz was also a great character and played a key role in a tear wrenching part of this book The next book is Nichole's story and I hope there will be a third about Lydia

  4. Kathy Kathy says:

    I loved this book It had the humorous moments to the ones that caused me to tear up I'm looking forward to reading the other books in Kasey Micheal's Daughtry Family series

  5. Maryel Maryel says:

    This is some straightforward friends to lovers story with a bit of idiots to lovers which is really cute But the story seems underdeveloped there are some parts imo that make scratch my head and go huh?

  6. Storyteller 906 Storyteller 906 says:

    This story Justmy heart Just read it honey It's so worth it Wonderful characters Fitz ❤️❤️❤️ I think my only ualm is with the romance I never really felt it bloom It's like it was there but not as the center of the story I didn't really like that but it was a good read😉

  7. Cindy Cindy says:

    Fun to read the first book of this series I was remembering my mum and how she loved these books❤️

  8. ChristineZ ChristineZ says:

    Cute Likeable main characters I was interested in the twins and their future stories Unfortunately accordingly to the poor reviews they books are underdeveloped

  9. Frances Frances says:

    More graphic than I enjoy reading

  10. Mina Mina says:

    I don't give half stars but I'm sorely tempted to change my rules for this one It's mostly very good with a vivid engaging cast of characters and a romance I readily bought into; on a story level I want to give it a four However there were some weaknesses in the writing that I couldn't ignore The story is rich and we're given plenty of time to get to know the characters but the passage of time especially but not only in the jump from part one to part two is patchy enough to detract from the flow of the story Or rather it doesn't really have a flow; Michaels shows us some important passages of the leads' relationship but it doesn't unroll as a story I enjoyed that but it makes the work feel oddly unpolished so I can't say it's a plus Also because of the odd non narrative narrative sometimes the characters' behaviour was unnecessarily repetitive Definitely I failed to understand or sympathize with the heroine's self sacrificing reluctance to get involved with the hero when it persisted into the last third of the book And then when they do finally get together it's all at once and in my opinion all too fast even with the hero's grief at losing his friend as a mitigating factor The epilogue drops some important exposition in a noticeably clumsy way And Michaels' misuse of modes of address keeps me from being able to really buy into the world of her story a duke's mother doesn't become 'dowager duchess' if she was never married to a duke herself; a duke's sisters don't get the courtesy 'lady' with their first names if their father was never the duke; there might've been others besides but those were major and recurring enough to keep me from being able to drop this nitpick So although the story's enthralling and the book's a good read it could have been better and only gets three stars spoilersI'm a bit confused as to how Rafe turned out to be such a good man given his complete lack of responsible and respect worthy parental figures Also I was almost too upset to continue when I realized that Fitz would be Lydia's 'lost love' by book 3; he's such fun and I was rooting for their sweet romance Michaels won me 'round by the end though so while I miss Fitz I'm willing to give Tanner his chance And at first I made many allowances for Nicole and told myself I should like her for what she is; then her obliviousness and selfish immaturity got too much and I was thinking I wouldn't bother with the rest of the series because I couldn't stand her enough for a whole book and I didn't want to see Lydia without Fitz; but again by the end Michaels won me 'round and I find myself again able to be in sympathy with Nicole even while being exasperated by her brattiness I guess it's impressive that Michaels creates characters it's possible to get so invested in 6 Aug12

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