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The characters are strong, determined, and crafty in their various roles. The rich, vivid description had me right in the midst of the action whether it was a dangerous secretive action or tender moments between characters. There are so many unexpected happenings that it was hard to guess who was trying to destroy Cassandra because she was looking out for the less fortunate young ladies. She gave of her resources and knew she was taking a chance on her own life being destroyed each time she assisted another to set them free for a better life. The Duke’s Dilemma is well written and captivating where I had to know who was causing all the havoc. It’s filled with action, mystery, romance and God’s message of His great sacrifice despite the past of an individual. How will the Duke’s dilemma be resolved?
Order your copy and discover the wholesome writing of Elaine Manders. This is the second book in Elaine Manders, The Wolf Deceivers; however, it can be read as a standalone. Manders’ books are filled with astonishing women that inspired society during the historical setting of each story, along with dependable faithful men. and a message of God’s great love, grace and mercy interwoven into their lives. I’ll be reading more of Elaine Manders’ books, as I know her stories are wholesome, fantastic storyline, filled with history, suspense, romance, faith and God’s love.
The Duke's Dilemma is the second book in Elaine Manders series, The Wolf Deceivers, and it is really good. This is the first time I have read anything from Elaine Manders and I am so glad I did. This book is a mix of Christian Historical and Suspense Fiction.......2 genres I love. This historical fiction takes place in Regency Era, an Era I am learning more and more about, totally love it! Elaine Manders writes with authority about The 1880's in England, The hierarchy, society mores, language, and the issues of the time and our time PTSD and sex trafficking. The characters are definitely interesting and good or bad they made the story. My favorite character is Sarah. She is a great character. She is comic relief in the midst of this book. Her viewpoints and her antics really made me laugh and see this world through her eyes. Sarah is a part of Edward and Cassandra\s romance, helped them to see who each of them really were. I enjoyed Edward and Cassandra's story, one of hope, forgiveness, righting wrongs, and their romance. As I stated above I have not read any books from this author so I came in at Book Two but never fear this book stood on it's own two feet and I felt like I missed anything. So it CAN be read that way so don't hesitate to buy it because it says Book 2. I enjoyed this book and I really like Elaine Manders writing style. She writes beautifully and with all of the characters and things going on, she did an excellent job "juggling" it, keeping it all straight, and by the end ensured we as readers, were able to know the full story. This author writes some of the most horrible things the underclass went through, she handles it beautifully in a non violent way Elaine Manders is a new to me author so I am going to have to get more books of hers. So I highly recommend this book to anyone who like Christian Regency Romance with some pretty intense Who Did It? I look forward to her next book in this series. I give this book 4.5
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1: First time for this author. I enjoyed it. Also.... possibly first time for regency.Read more