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James's patented clever dialogue and complex characters make the unusual situation completely believable from setup to denouement Publishers Weekly (starred) Expertly infuses her latest fairy-tale love story with just the right ratio of tart wit and sensuality to create a hopelessly and hopefully romantic tale that will have James's fans swooning with delight Booklist (starred) With the latest in her fabulous fairy-tale series, James' twist on the Ugly Duckling sweeps readers into an uplifting love story with just the right amount of poignancy, tenderness, sensuality and pure romance to make readers sigh... Kudos to James for encouraging us all to be ourselves and grab what life has to offer RT Book Reviews The Ugly Duchess is a refreshing addition to the series. James always seems to write books that are 'unputdownable', but this book stood out ... this book will stay on my shelf as I can always count on Eloisa James to deliver a nice warm read, that leaves you with the belief that there is a 'Happily Ever After' ... Book Chick City --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
How can she dare to imagine he loves her . . . when all London calls her The Ugly Duchess?
Theodora Saxby is the last woman anyone expects the gorgeous James Ryburn, heir to the Duchy of Ashbrook, to marry. But after a romantic proposal before the prince himself, even practical Theo finds herself convinced of her soon-to-be duke's passion.
Still, the tabloids give the marriage six months.
Theo would have given it a lifetime . . . until she discovers that James desired not her heart, and certainly not her countenance, but her dowry.
Society was shocked by their wedding . . . and is scandalized by their separation.
Now James faces the battle of his life, convincing Theo that he loves the duckling who blossomed into the swan.
And Theo will quickly find that, for a man with the soul of a pirate, All's Fair in Love—and War.See all Editorial Reviews
Not what I expected. The plot twist and turns kept me reading far into the night.Published 4 days ago by EnglishBabe
Passage of time and development of characters was slow. Not light-hearted or truly romantic. A rather sad turn of events but still a happy ending.Published 11 days ago by Rachel M. Yamaguchi
Eloisa James does it again! She takes a fairy tale and makes it into a beautifully written romance. Read morePublished 21 days ago by tjarch
Pathos, steamy scenes, comeuppance and a great story! Eloisa James' writing is a pleasure to read. Her heroes and heroines are not perfect. Her books are a perfect escape.Published 2 months ago by JoFJohnston
I don’t read many historical romance books ( this actually might be the only historical romance author I read) , but I enjoy what this author writes and she easily became one that... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ash