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- Publication Date: March 19, 2014
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The Duke's Promised Bride (Damsels in Breeches Regency Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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She had friends who needed to have their first season. The former fiance of her companion got engaged to an acquaintance of the new duchess who was not a pleasant person though she looked like the companion. She came to London a bit later and arrived after the marriage because if illness. The Duke was very upset that his wife had deceived him by not telling him of Wallis being her companion.
It is all brought to a head when they find out. I wish the author had told of the season and perhaps become jealous over attention being given to his wife. I wish we had been told who the unpleasant acquaintance sloped with which allowed the Colonel and friend of the Duke to be free to marry the companion, Wallis. Perhaps those are future stories. It just seemed to end too quickly. I won't mention what happened to the Duchess to make him realize he already loved his wife and she loved him. It did let us know they had at least two kids they were both crazy about. However the real story is in the details I have omitted. It is a quick story to read and it was enjoyable. Hope you enjoyed like I did.