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Publisher Description

A proper English wife, or the freedom of the sea?

Lord James Gresham is the fifth son of the Duke of Langford, a captain in the Royal Navy, and at a loss for what to do next. He’s made his fortune; perhaps now he should find a proper wife and set up his nursery. But the sea calls to him, while his search for a wife leaves him uninspired. And then, a dark beauty with a heart for revenge is swept into his life.


He can’t have both, but he won’t give up either

Half-English, half-Polynesian Kawena Benson is out to avenge her father and reclaim a cache of stolen jewels. There’s nothing for James to do but protest his innocence and help Kawena search for the jewels, even though it turns his world upside down.


Praise for Heir to the Duke:

“Engaging characters, plenty of passion, and a devastating secret in this heartwarming read.” —RT Book Reviews, 4 stars

“Fabulous romance with wonderful characters…I couldn’t put this book down.” —Night Owl Reviews, Reviewer Top Pick

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2016
September 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sourcebooks, Inc
SELLER
Sourcebooks, Inc.
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

celticmaggie ,

What the Duke Doesn't Know

Jane's stories always pull you into the book. You will laugh and you will sometimes have to walk away. You will never be bored. This story starts with a gun and a wooden statue. James, a Duke's son, is visiting his family. Kawena is from the other side of the World and wants her statue back. Big Spoiler. She is half English, dad, and half island mother. Spoiler. Then her unknown Uncle busts in to "help" her manage her life. Big Spoiler. She hates the "Proper" life of the English. James has a terrible time to figure how they will go together. There are nosy relatives. There are others who try to help. This story really shows how the British would have looked back then. I am so glad I read this book. I hope you will want to read this too. Keep this one on your shelf. Enjoy reading this book! I have this book for an honest review for NetGalley.

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