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What's a wallflower to do when she's suddenly in need of a husband? Use all the pluck and moxie she can muster to get what she wants…
SHE'S IN NEED OF A PARTNER
Miss Cecily Hurston would much rather explore the antiquities of Egypt than the uncharted territory of marriage. But the rules of her father's exclusive academic society forbid her entrance unless she weds one of its members. To clear her ailing father's name of a scandalous rumor, Cecily needs to gain admission into the Egyptian Club―and is willing to marry any old dullard to do it.
AND HE HAS ALL THE RIGHT MOVES
Lucas Dalton, Duke of Winterson, is anything but dull. He's a dashing and decorated war hero determined to help Cecily―even if that means looking the other way when she claims the dance card of Amelia Snow, this season's most sought-after beauty. But Lucas has a reason for wanting Cecily to join the Egyptian Club: His brother went missing during one of Lord Hurston's expeditions to Egypt. An alliance with the explorer's bluestocking daughter could bring Lucas closer to the truth about what happened…or it could lead him to a more dangerous love than either he or Cecily could have imagined….
a few issues that annoyed me- early in the book,the heroine was grateful that her engagement had been kept secret. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kimberlee Jewell
Glad I picked this series. Loved it from day one and it is a page turner. You will not be able to put it down. If you are looking for a great romance book this is it.Published 18 months ago by Chantay Haxton
great series. I like the feisty, smart heroines in this series. I thought the introduction between this pair was funny and they kept me compelled throught the story.Published 21 months ago by AJ in DC
It was pretty good. I always like when there is a bit of adventuring in these books with the H/h. In this case its the Egyptian trope, which I like. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Atunah
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I really enjoyed How To Dance With A Duke. Read more
This was very well written. I loved both the romance and the mystery parts. I thought they were believable and brought a fresh take to the genre. Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by Wendy Michaels
I highly recommend this novel along with the other novels in the series. Manda Collins brings something refreshing with her storytelling, her original heroines and heroes who are... Read morePublished on April 8, 2013 by Kim Brennan
My first read by Ms. Collins and I absolutely loved this book. I didn't feel the story was rushed along and it had believable aspects. Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Read Me Reviews
after writing so many reviews about poor quality books of late,it is so pleasant to be able to say I thoroughly enjoyed this book and its companions. Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by nightdweller