Treat yourself to a delightful Regency romance with a fairy-tale twist "much in the manner of Mary Balogh." (Kirkus)
Duncan Wentworth once tried his hand at rescuing a damsel in distress long ago, and he's vowed he'll never make that mistake again. Yet when he comes across a stranger in the poacher-infested woods of his estate, decency compels him to offer the lady aid. Matilda is whip-smart, she can read Duncan's horrible penmanship, and when she wears his reading glasses all Duncan can think about is naughty Latin poetry.
Widowed duchess Matilda Wakefield can't entrust her secrets to Duncan without embroiling him in the problems that sent her fleeing from London, but neither can she ignore a man who's honorable, a brilliant chess player, and maddeningly kissable. She needs to stay one step ahead of the enemies pursuing her, and falling into Duncan's arms is a distraction she can't afford-or they'll both pay the price.
"Grace Burrowes is terrific!" --Julia Quinn
"Grace Burrowes is a romance treasure." --Tessa Dare
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APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Grace Burrowes’ charming Regency romance took us out of the ballroom and onto a crumbling family estate filled with secrets. World traveler Duncan Wentworth has agreed to spend a year in the English countryside making his cousin’s estate profitable again. When he catches Matilda Wakefield poaching on the property, he offers the starving woman a position, giving him time to discover why a clearly highborn lady has been hiding in the forest. With its sharp, Jane Austen–worthy dialogue, erudite hero, and mysterious heroine, When a Duchess Says I Do is a spellbinding and addictive read.