In My Wildest Fantasies by Julianne MacLean

I borrowed In My Wildest Fantasies back in November 2020 from Kindle Unlimited. I couldn’t say how I found it. But I decided to read it to take a break from The Duke’s Daughter.

A quote from In My Wildest Fantasies by Julianne MacLean

Lady Rebecca Newland is the daughter of the Earl of Creighton. She and her father were returning home from her uncle’s funeral when their carriage came to a stop. They had no idea what had happened. Fortunately, a helpful stranger came by and discovered that their driver had fallen off the carriage after having a little too much to drink.

A quote from In My Wildest Fantasies by Julianne MacLean

The stranger is Devon Sinclair, future Duke of Pembroke. He rescues Rebecca when the horses pull the carriage away, leaving her father and Devon behind. Rebecca looks upon him as her knight in shining armor.

In My Wildest Fantasies by Julianne MacLean

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In the book In My Wildest Fantasies, Rebecca fantasizes about Devon for four long years after she first meets him. However, he’s traveled to the Americas since she last saw him. Now Rebecca is running from her father as he’s promised her hand in marriage to their neighbor, Mr. Rushton. Rebecca, along with her aunt, travel to Pembroke Palace to see if she can lure Devon into marriage.

Unbeknownst to Rebecca, Devon is being forced to marry in order to protect his inheritance. How will this all play out? What is the motive behind Rebecca’s father giving her hand away? Read this one to find out!


In My Wildest Fantasies is on Kindle Unlimited. It’s definitely worth reading if you like historical romances. There’s lots of drama to be found, but boy, the attraction between Devon and Rebecca could have set my fingertips on fire from holding the book.

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