I thought it was time to return to the past. But I’m not sure how I found The Day of the Virgin Duchess. Plus, this was a book I read in September. Yes, I’m still trying to catch up!
Lady Madeline Beaumont is treated horribly by her family. Her father refuses to look at her as her eyes remind him of her mother. Her stepmother and stepsister are simply horrid. And then her father insists that she marry that season.
William Lyndon, the Duke of Sherrington, is, in one word, a rake. He doesn’t want to get married, but he knows that his mother will be on his case to get married soon. So he starts looking for a timid wife, thinking that he can always rule her. Plus, a timid wife would never betray him.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In the book The Day of the Virgin Duchess, the duke kisses Lady Madeline at a masquerade. Yet, simply by looking at her eyes, he knows who she is. This leads to him burning for her. What is a duke to do? What will happen? Read this one to find out!
This one is on Kindle Unlimited. It’s a stand alone romance. There is no cheating, no cliffhangers, and purely a happy ever after. What more could a historical romance fan want?
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