The Duke of Jervaulx was brilliant and dangerous. Considered dissolute, reckless, and extravagant, he was transparently referred to as the ′D of J′ in scandal sheets, where he and his various exploits featured with frequency. But sometimes the most womanising rake can be irresistible, and even his most casual attentions fascinated the sheltered Maddy Timms, quiet daughter of a simple mathematician.
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Flowers From the Storm
This one of the finest historical romances I have read!
I had high hopes for this book, started out well enough in the beginning; really liked the hero and the progress he made unfortunately the girl totally ruined it for me, one of the most thick headed, timid, selfish and hypocritical heroines ever. Didn't take a stand or asserted herself at all. So oblivious to everything. I found myself just flipping through the last 60 or so pages because I couldn't read a scene with her without rolling my eyes.
Completely surprising and eloquently written
This book was a delightful surprise with an interesting hero and heroine.