Dealing With The Duchess
The Duchess of Bentley is just out of mourning. As a widow, she has certain freedoms other women do not. But she has neither the time nor inclination to look for dalliance. She's much too busy overseeing the very special properties left to her by the late duke—including the elite gaming hell known as Dante's Inferno. Until another nobleman returns to London, and reminds her that she is still a young, passionate woman.
The Duke of Evermont has returned from his sugar plantations in the Caribbean. His life is full, running his estates and seeing to his investments. The last thing he's searching for is a wife. That is, until he sees Eleanor again, and other society beauties fade in comparison. The last time he saw her, Eleanor was walking down the aisle to another man. This time, Evermont is determined not to let the beautiful and vibrant lady slip through his hands.
Fortunately for him, the duchess turns to him for help—and he's more than willing to sweep her under his ducal cloak of protection. Whether his assistance is required in shielding her from members of society foolish enough to gamble away their fortunes or from the heartless schemes of her own father—Evermont will do what it takes to show her their future together is a sure thing.
Dealing With The Duchess is the first book in the Mayfair series. Each book is a standalone and can be enjoyed out of order
This was a good love story. I enjoyed you included the baby in the story. I guess you will tell who murdered their father in another book.
Dealing with a Duchess
A very interesting read. There was an abundance of sexual memories with the duchess and duke that provided a backdrop to the conclusion. Who murdered the duke? Remains unsolved.
Ending was anticlimactic. Lots of unanswered questions????