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A heartwarming romp between a socially awkward duke and the social butterfly who pines for him, from a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author:

The Duke of Azureford isn’t the arrogant, aloof lord his peers perceive him to be. Yes, he’s awkward, but he has a plan to fix it. In order to woo a respectable lady, he must learn how to flirt. The completely inappropriate girl next door would make a perfect instructor, but a terrible duchess. So why can’t he walk away?

Incorrigible hoyden Miss Carole Quincy likes fast carriages, carom billiards, and the beautiful, buttoned-up Duke of Azureford. She’d be delighted to help him out of his shell and into her arms. Who cares if they’re just pretending to flirt? The heady, breath-taking, soul-consuming feeling inside her runaway heart surely can’t be love

The 12 Dukes of Christmas is a series of heartwarming Regency romps nestled in a picturesque snow-covered village. After all, nothing heats up a winter night quite like finding oneself in the arms of a duke!


1. Once Upon a Duke

2. Kiss of a Duke

3. Wish Upon a Duke

4. Never Say Duke

5. Dukes, Actually

6. The Duke's Bride

7. The Duke's Embrace

8. The Duke's Desire

9. Dawn with a Duke

10. One Night with a Duke

11. Ten Days with a Duke

12. Forever Your Duke

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October 22
Erica Ridley
WebMotion Inc

Customer Reviews

El G MA ,

Dukes Actually

A perfect romance!

Peg1951 ,

Five Golden Rings and Pear Tarts for Teas

The Duke of Azureford is confident and respected in the House of Lords, but in a social setting, he is uncomfortable and shy. More than anything he wants to make friends and find a suitable wife. Carole Quincy is Azureford’s neighbor. She is charming and friendly, outgoing, everything Adam hopes to be. She has been the head of her household since her mother died when she was a young girl. She has a vivid imagination and likes to illustrate her thoughts and ideas in a sketchbook (which she misplaced at Adam’s house at his last attempt at a party). When he comes to his summer cottage in Cressmouth with a plan to gain and practice the social skills he needs to accomplish his goal, he believes Carole might be the one to help him. Will it work? Will it lead to more?

Each visit to the village of Cressmouth, the town that honors Christmas year round, is full of fun and romance. Dukes, Actually is no exception. This is a quick, entertaining story with likeable, engaging characters, lots of humor, and a few surprises. Adam and Carole are a great hero and heroine, and there is a delightful cast of secondary characters. I especially liked Judith and Swinton and enjoyed their budding romance. Dukes, Actually is an awesome addition to The Dukes of Christmas series. I recommend this one. You have to read it and find out why Adam sees five golden rings every where he sees Carole. I love Swinton’s answer.

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