A December with a Duke: A Regency Romance: Seductive Scoundrels, Book 3 (Unabridged)
He’s entirely the wrong sort of man. That’s what makes him so utterly right.
After a horrific marriage, widow Everleigh Chatterton is cynical and leery of men. She rarely ventures into society, and when she must, she barely speaks to them. Her one regret for refusing to marry again is that she’ll never bear children. As a favor to a friend, she reluctantly agrees to attend a Christmas house-party. Unfortunately, Griffin, Duke of Sheffield is also in attendance. Even though Everleigh has previously snubbed him, she can’t deny her attraction to the confident, darkly handsome duke.
For almost a year, Griffin has searched for the perfect duchess to help care for the orphan he’s taken on. He sets his sights on the exquisite but unapproachable widow after her sweet interactions with the child impress him. Everleigh vows she’s not interested in him or any other man. But Griffin is convinced he can thaw her icy exterior and free the warm, passionate woman lurking behind the arctic facade. Only, as he pursues her, it’s his heart that’s transformed.
Can Everleigh learn to trust and love again? Will Griffin get his Christmas wish and make her his bride? Or, has he underestimated her wounds and fears and be forced to let her go?
This audiobook is part of a series but it can be enjoyed as a stand-alone.
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A December with a Duke
I found this to be a very sweet regency romance. A strong female lead who knows what she doesn’t want, and a very romantic gentleman who is willing to give her the space she needs.
This is the first book by Collette Cameron that I have had the pleasure of listening to, and it won’t be the last.
Stevie Zimmerman did a very nice job with the narration and I would not hesitate to listen to more of her narrations.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.