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Publisher Description

Ren never wanted to be duke or inherit the castle. I want the castle desperately. But more than that—I want Ren. And if I'm not mistaken, he wants me. I just don't know if that's enough.

DUKED is a sexy, standalone modern marriage of convenience story that blends billionaire, modern gothic, and contemporary romance and has a happily-ever-after.

From an American billionaire’s daughter to a duchess…

Our plan is simple, if not scandalous. Me, the 29-year-old daughter of an American billionaire, marry him, the ancient Duke of Manly on his hundredth birthday. By marrying, we each get something we desperately want. The plan is working brilliantly. Until Manly dies at the altar. 

With his dying breath, Manly maneuvers me into a marriage of convenience with his hot, mysterious heir, Ren Sattler, the new duke. Suddenly I'm drawn into the mysteries surrounding the castle and Ren—mysteries that threaten my hopes of saving the estate and my marriage…not to mention my heart.

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October 16
Three Jays Press LLC
Three Jays Press

Customer Reviews

Aindelic ,

This is my favorite

I have read almost all of Gina’s books at this point and have enjoyed them all, but this one is by far my favorite. It’s her longest story to date and holds so many enjoyable elements. Romance, adventure, and a good mystery to go along with it.

The story of Bliss, Ren, and Manly castle was so enjoyable I could barely put it down! If this book is any indication to how the new Duke series is going to go, I can not wait until the next one!

**A copy of this book was supplied to me for review but the opinions are completely my own...and I love it!**

AuntSuze ,

Porn or Romance?

I thought I was going to read a romantic mystery from this author. Instead, the first half of this book was nothing more than one long sex scene, no plot, no real story. I never thought sex could be so boring! I found myself skipping pages to try to get to something more than moans, thrusts and grunts. Boredom ad nauseam. Finally, about half way through the plot kicked in, and by the final chapter was interesting. Overall, a huge disappointment from previous works by this author.

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