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At the Duke's Wedding (A romance anthology) Kindle Edition

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Editorial Reviews


"Four fabulous authors in one place! The perfect summer read!" - Sarah MacLean, New York Times bestselling author of A Rogue by Any Other Name

"The best Regency romance I've ever read." Pam Rosenthal, RITA Award-winning bestselling author.

"At the Duke's Wedding is a delightful anthology. The four stories are tied together wonderfully by the storyline around the duke's wedding. Each one made me excited to read the next. The romances were all adorable, sweet and/or charming. If you want an entertaining, fun and heartwarming read, this one definitely fits the bill." - Romance Novel News

"Filled with romance, passion, danger, scandal, and love... The characters are engaging, the plots interesting as well as intriguing and the passion is fulfilling... A must read for any historical romance readers!" - My Book Addiction and More

About the Author

Award-winning Katharine Ashe writes lushly intense historical romance with a touch of adventure. She is the author of How To Be a Proper Lady, one of Amazon's 10 Best Romances of 2012, and eight other acclaimed novels set in nineteenth-century Britain. Readers can visit
Caroline Linden was born a reader, not a writer. She earned a math degree from Harvard University and wrote computer software before turning to writing fiction. Ten years, eleven books, two Red Sox championships, and one dog later, she has never been happier with her decision. Her books have won the NEC Reader's Choice Beanpot Award, the Daphne du Maurier Award, and RWA's RITA. Since she never won any prizes in math, she takes this as a sign that her decision was also a smart one. Visit her online at
Miranda Neville grew up in England, loving the books of Georgette Heyer and other Regency romances. She now lives in Vermont with her daughter and an immensely talented cat who made a book trailer for her last novel. Her historical romances published by Avon include the popular Burgundy Club series, about Regency book collectors, and the current Wild Quartet. P.S. I Love You was inspired by Cyrano de Bergerac and her very talented fellow authors. For more information about Miranda and her books, and a link to the fabulous feline book trailer, visit her website
Maya Rodale began reading romance novels in college at her mother's insistence. She is now the author of numerous smart and sassy historical romance novels. A champion of the romance genre and it's readers, she is also the author of the non-fiction book Dangerous Books For Girls: The Bad Reputation Of Romance Novels, Explained and a co-founder of Lady Jane's Salon, a national reading series devoted to romantic fiction.Maya lives in New York City with her darling dog and a rogue of her own. Visit her on the web at

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  • File Size: 2170 KB
  • Print Length: 401 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: The Lady Authors (December 17, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 17, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00D8T3GQU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,356 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Christina Brett on June 20, 2013
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I enjoyed this book, first, because the writing of all the novels is flawless. Second, excellent idea of these wonderful writers to tie together the stories and use the characters in all of them even if in some cases it was "on passing"... or just acknowledging their presence in the castle.
The stories themselves were very nice, sweet love scenes in spite of showing all the passion between the two characters involved. This is what I call "done with exquisite taste".
As I like Victorian and Edwardian novels I thought this would be just one of the many, but it surpassed them all. Again, the writing is what puts the book in the FIVE STAR category.
Highly recommended!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lovemuffins on July 11, 2013
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While I didn't dislike this anthology, I didn't love it either. To be honest, considering the author's involved, I expected a lot better. Maya Rodale in particular is a favorite of mine and yet I found her offering to be not nearly as deep as I expected.

"That Rogue Jack" - unfortunately Ms. Rodale just didn't have enough pages to do either of these characters justice. It's a cute introduction to the anthology, but that's mostly what it is. Cute. Jack's basically an idiot who can't remember where he put THE ring... the heirloom that is supposed to be the wedding ring for the Duke's wedding in a little over a week, and at the beginning of each section of the story we get a little tease that tells us a little bit more about where the ring likely ended up. This becomes frustrating after awhile. Why? Because of Henrietta.

I mostly liked Henrietta. She's a poor orphan who is companion to the Duke's great-great (and very eccentric) aunt Sophriana. She knows that she has nowhere to go if she's turned out of this position and so she does everything she can to be prim and proper and not risk her place... up until she is charged with getting the ring from reckless Jack and all of the sudden she's being swept up into kissing and doing all sorts of things that could ruin her and get her dismissed from her position - especially cuz they STILL CAN'T FIND THE RING. Considering that she thinks her livelihood depends on finding this ring you'd think she'd be a little bit less obsessed with Jack and little bit more obsessed with actually finding the ring.

Both characters end up coming off as more caricatures than anything else. They just didn't have enough depth.

"P.S. I Love You" is an obvious play off of the famous play "Cyrano de Bergerac.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Alix S on June 12, 2013
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I loved this book! I would have loved it for $7.99, and that's saying a lot! Each of the stories was super engaging with great characters and satisfying plots -- no "Why are these people still not together?" feelings reading any of the four. And they were all woven together very skillfully, so that I never felt like I was reading the same old scene over and over again from different POVs. It's rare that I read a romance novel that still has me thinking about the characters a few days later, but this one was like that. Nice!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tyler's mom on June 14, 2013
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I loved this book. I found that once I started, I had to keep going. I had to know what was happening next. The first story is a tale of a lost heirloom wedding ring and the couple that try to find it. The second is a tale of a romance started through letters, but the end result is not what started out. The third tale is of the Duke and his betrothed. He is marrying for duty, not love and when he meets Miss Grey's widowed sister, he is truly at a loss of what to do. The fourth tale is of an unexpected visitor to the wedding and her adventures two hundred years in the past. I loved each of the stories and I wished there was more. I know that I will have to pick up more by these four ladies and I can't wait to start reading more from them. You can't beat the price of this book, I would have paid more.
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21 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Misuzmama on June 17, 2013
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My dislike with these novellas is entirely my personal opinion that modern language has no place in historical romances. A few slips I could forgive, but these stories are peppered with contemporary phases. "Interesting, that" , and "Oh yeah" to name a few. I find that these sort of errors pull me completely out of the story and ruin my enjoyment. It's very disappointing because the stories themselves were fun and quite interesting.

I won't even mention the situations some of the heroines got themselves into, definitely did not pass the regency rules litmus test.

I recommend this anthology to anyone not put off by prodigious use of contemporary language in a historical romance. I can't tolerate it.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ki on June 14, 2013
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Oh My Gosh!!! Oh My Gosh, Oh My Gosh, Oh My Gosh~!!!! I love this book so much! Every time I read an anthology from these ladies I fall head over hills for them and just want to jump through time to be with their characters. This is their second work together and I just want to weep for more.

I am so shaky and giddy right now I can't stop smiling and typing is taking me forever to type what I'm feeling. I just want to bounce round the room and roll around the floor in giddy bliss!

I can't even begin to describe what an out of the world this book was. Every story was like dragging me through a field of rose bushes. They're beautiful to look at then- wham! The vines pulls you right in and you can't get out because all of the thorns are hooking and grabbing on to you not wanting to let you go. You began to feel the pain as each one stabs you everywhere you turn, but it's okay because you want to keep on moving. Then once you're out and on the other side: beat up, torn, weeping with giddy bliss with a nice banquet of roses in your arms, you just want to dive back in and feel the joy and pain and bliss of the effects all over again.

It might even take me days just to recover from this book because I don't think I'll be able to move on to a new book anytime soon. Just writing about this book now is difficult enough let alone writing about all four stories!

I haven't felt like this in awhile about a book! I love everything about it: how it started, the middle stories, how it ended, EVERYTHING~!

First, here you have Ms. Maya Rodale's Jack, Lord Willoughby, the troublemaker whose appearance and mesmerizing smile will need the servants running for smelling salts for the ladies.
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