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What the Duke Wants (Agents of Change) (Volume 1) Paperback – November 19, 2014
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About the Author
Amy Quinton is an author and full time mom living in Summerville, SC. She enjoys writing (and reading!) sexy, historical romances. She lives with her husband, two boys, and two cats. In her spare time, she likes to go camping, hiking, and canoeing/kayaking… And did she mention reading? When she’s not reading, cleaning, or traveling, she likes to make jewelry, sew, knit, and crochet (Yay for Ravelry!). https://amyquinton.net/
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Top customer reviews
Grace is totally charming, and as klutzy as they come, something I can relate to. The dinner scene with the flying prawn had me howling! And although Beatryce is less than endearing, even I could feel some empathy for her in the end. Not a lot mind you, but just enough to make me think redemption (in another novel?) may be possible.
Speaking as someone who doesn't normally read Regency Romances - and how anyone can say this is not a romance is beyond me - I was delighted not to be overwhelmed by the history of the period. The author puts in just enough to let you know exactly where you are, but still allows you to enjoy the story which, let's face it, is the whole reason we're reading it to begin with, right? I predict a long and successful future for Amy Quinton.
The hero Ambrose Stonebridge the 10th Duke of Stonebridge was a different story. I didn't really care for him. Oh he wasn't a bad man, he was just an all around jerk in my opinion. He had good qualities, a kind heart, loyalty, honor, but to me seemed full of an arrogance because of his title and it is that arrogance that is almost his downfall. Maybe he reminds me of too many guys I knew in high school and that's why I just didn't take to him fully.
Now Dansbury, the Dukes best friend. That is a different story. I was sorry that Grace couldn't run off with him. Sigh. But I know, I know the Hero and Heroine are meant to be together in a romance and eventually Ambrose does come around. It just takes him forever. :)
I'm looking foward to reading the second book in this series What the Marquess Sees, and I hope you will give both of them a try.
First off , I simply loved the characters in this book. We have Grace, who is hilarious and quite refreshing. And we have Ambrose, The Duke of Stonebridge who is devilishly handsome and is down right swoonworthy. Then we have the best friend Lord Dansbury. He's such a sweetheart and I so hope that he gets his own story.
Enough about that because , frankly all the characters, even the secondary ones are fabulous. So moving on..... We have great characters but we also have an amazing plot . Filled with suspense, danger and intrigue. It's well written and an all around delightful read . Amy Quinton belongs on every Historical Romance lovers book shelf.