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- Publication Date : October 4, 2017
- File Size : 1392 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 238 pages
- Publisher : Soul Mate Publishing, LLC (October 4, 2017)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B0756L2ZJP
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #423,756 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Enchanting the Duke of Demoon was maybe my favorite of the series. It is the last book and I liked the chemistry between Edmund and Carolyn. I did feel I knew a little bit about Carolyn from the other books in the series, but even if you do not read them, you will know her. There was something very appealing about Edmund.
I would recommend this book and any Jenn Langston books.
Touched by Fire Series Book 4
This is the story of Edmund Marsham (Duke of Demoon) and Carolyn Ashford. A love story long overdue.
Years ago there was a tragic fire, one that brought together 4 young boys. All of the young boys were injured in the fire and scarred for life. Three of them remained life long friends but the one who was rescued in the fire became a recluse. This is the story of that recluse.
The Duke of Demoon had his face burnt and scarred at the age of 16 in a fire that consumed his fathers body that was layed to rest in a remote cabin.
Fast forward to the present, Carolyn Ashford loved time alone. She had no interest in finding a husband, whe wants only a love match not marriage of convience. While out one day she came across a long forgotten garden belonging to the reclusive Duke of Demoon. Each day she would sneek into the hidden passage to work on restoring the beauty of the garden. One day she was surprised by a man while in the garden. Unknown to Carolyn the mystery man was indeed the Duke. Since no one has seen him in many years she had no way of knowing it was his garden she made into her secret happy place.
The two forge a friendship although they agreed not to know each others last names.
The Dukes cousin Thomas has been courting Carolyn Ashford for a year but she has made it clear she will never return his feelings.
Unknown to either Thomas or Edmund they both want the same woman.
One day Carolyn and Edmund give in to mutual passion. Can one night of need repair the years of pain for Edmund and longing in Carolyn or will it confuse things more? What will happen when the truth of who they are comes out? Can years of mistrust and pain be healed by strong love or will tragedy pull them apart forever?
Secrets will be revealed, hearts will be tested, mysteries will be finally solved.
Enchanting the Duke reunites our heros and the strong women who saved them from the previous books.
Ian Caldwell – Viscount Knightly and Claire Ashford
Gordon Ashford – Baron Dailey and Annalise Hera
Marcus Hera – Earl of Starsen and Isabella Rossland
Edmund Marsham – Duke of Demoon and Carolyn Ashford
Each book in this Beautiful series can be read as standalone stories but trust me when I say you will treasure each and every one of them.
I fell in love with each book, more than the previous one, that being said I LOVE the Duke and Carolyn.
Jenn Langston has a wonderful talent for Historical Romance. I have yet to read one of her stories and not loved it.
*This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review*
Enchanting the Duke of Demoon (Touched by Fire Book 4)
The characters are well written, the story jumps off the page, and you will be so enthralled that you will read "Prologue" then look up hours later after reading "in that moment".
Dive into the story and see for yourself.
I really enjoyed this tale of a lonesome man, hating himself and his father. The characters were realistic, the dialogue fit the action and the plot while complicated was well written and kept your attention. It was an easy and fun read. But I will say the duke likes to brood. It has intrigue and the end may surprise you.
I received this Arc free and voluntarily reviewed it.