- File Size: 595 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing (February 12, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 12, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IFG18NE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #237,380 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Both Kristin Vayden’s writing and the story flowed beautifully. I just adored the characters and their interactions with each other. The dialogue is full of fun, witty banter that leaves you feeling connected to the characters and as if you were sitting there eavesdropping on their conversations.
I highly recommend this book – I enjoyed it so much I have already read it twice and it has only been out two days! This is the perfect book for anyone who enjoys Regency romance, magnificent banter between characters and a couple with fabulous chemistry and the makings of a great love story.
The plot line was so romantic, humorous, and entertaining, and very touching too. I loved, that the hero was instantly smitten, and that the reader got a lot of his point of view,- and his inner musings/conflicts were so funny and adorable.. I loved that the heroine was beautiful, smart and no push-over, even when she was very attracted to the hero, she refused to allow him to use her as a doormat. At times she even stopped his amorous advances, unlike most heroines, who tend to lose all pride, and perspective, basically willing to give in completely, in the middle of a crowd if need be, and it is the hero who usually, comes to his senses (I really hate that). I loved the secondary characters: the girls, and the match-making Lady. Bu above all I was over the moon, that this story was (for the most part) driven by the hero's feelings for her, not the other way around. It is so very difficult to find a romance book with this scenario!!!!!! Thus, I completely enjoyed the story, savoring every minute of my reading, and so sad to see it come to an end..
Charles and Carlotta gave me all the mushy feelings I can feel within two very adorable characters. I fell in love with them the instant they showed their attraction to each other. Charles, the "manwhore" of the royal world; and Carlotta, the damsel in distress/Cinderella--- what more can a reader like me ask for?
And there goes Lady Southridge, whom I first me in The Only Reason for the London Season. When you thought she couldn't be funnier, hang tight. She will tickle you in every way with her wit and classic humor in What the Duke Wants.
What the Duke Wants is like a fairy tale come true for me. Forget Cinderella, Jasmine and Belle. Carlotta and Charles are my new dream royal couple.
With a perfect blend of humor, romance and all things royally magical, What the Duke Wants has surely climbed not only to my top reads of 2014 but to my oh-so-romantic heart.
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