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An Uncommon Duke (Secret Lives of the Ton) Mass Market Paperback – September 20, 2016
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"With a hint of drama and intrigue, I couldn't help but root for the characters and the little touches of humor added an overall sparkle to an already outstanding story." - Sarah S., Goodreads review
"This is one of those stories where you just adored the main characters so much that after the end you want a short novella where the couple is living their happy ever after and it's just a bunch of fluff because you just want to read more about them." - Carol, Goodreads review --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Laurie Benson is an award-winning historical romance author and RWA Golden Heart® finalist. She began her writing career as an advertising copywriter, where she learned more than you could ever want to know about hot dogs and credit score reports. When she isn't at her laptop avoiding laundry, Laurie can be found browsing museums or taking ridiculously long hikes with her husband and two sons. You can visit her at lauriebenson.net.
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Gabriel is a hero to love and Olivia is a heroine to feel for as well as laugh at her antics.
Perfect secondary characters. Nicolas, their son, will have you gasping and laughing. Andrew, Gabe's brother, has enough intrigue to want his story too. And Hart--I want to grab my fan, smelling salts, and practice my coquettish smile.
The heat level is a little hotter than An Unsuitable Duchess but not by much. In my opinion this book needed the extra sizzle to tell their story and I'm glad Mrs. Benson went there.
The romantic suspense part of the book is clever and allows you to be suspicious without giving away the assassin's identity early in the story.
I'm only sad that I've now read all of Laurie's books!