When deception leads to desire . . .
When her stubborn sister runs off the night before her arranged marriage, Meg Lyntonhardly hesitates before donning the wedding veil and walking down the aisle herself. It's the only way to save her family from sure destitution. By the time her wealthy groom discovers he has married the wrong sister, it will be too late to annul their vows. And too late for Meg to escape her wifely duty to a man reputed to be a devil in battle and the bedroom . . .
A bride is the last thing Nicholas Hartley, Duke of Temberlay, wants. Then he sees Meg and realizes that his wedding night will be a great pleasure indeed. But aside from the agreeable business of begetting an heir, Temberlay will never change his wicked ways for a wedding vow—until he discovers Meg's deception, and decides to teach the scheming beauty how to be a proper duchess, kiss by devastating kiss . . .
Lecia Cornwall lives and writes in Calgary, Canada, in the beautiful foothills of the Canadian Rockies, with five cats, two teenagers, a crazy chocolate Lab, and one very patient husband.
Even at the end, I wasn't able to forgive Nicholas for all the emotional hurt he gave Marguerite.
I felt that communication could've solved their problems, but even when they communicate--or tried to--it felt like they didn't.
A warm, sweet, and believable love story about courage that leaves a smile on your face and a tear in your eye.
There was a few places where the book drug on but basicly the overa book was well written. I liked the plot.Published 11 months ago by William T. Roach
I liked many things about this one, especially the spunky heroine with a heart of gold. Read more
The book was good enough to hold my attention to the end, but not so good that I would order another book from this author.Published 21 months ago by Christine S. Gallandt
A warm, sweet, and believable love story about courage that leaves a smile on your face and a tear in your eye.Published 21 months ago by Tom Hill
This book started out good. Very good. I liked the characters and was really enjoying it. Right around the middle of the book things turned south. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Duchess1968
HOW TO DECEIVE A DUKE takes unexpected twists and turns that are sure to delight readers.
Meg was a strong heroine--brave and likeable, the backbone of her family. Read more
I Was much impressed with this novel. It captured my attention and did not have a lull page. Would recommend this book only because the 2nd novel I read all the pleasure of the... Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by L. Weeden
`How to Deceive a Duke' lived up to its full potential, and then some!
In Marguerite Lynton, we have a heroine whose dedication to her family goes beyond love and... Read more