He's far too dark and dangerous…
The Duke of Danesbury is not a man to be trifled with. Dark and wickedly handsome, the man's reputation precedes him and Lady Cassandra Winterset knows when to leave a man alone. She's a widow after all, and versed in the harsh realities of the world. What she needs is a husband who will secure her future not a man who will only provide a temporary escape from her reality. But that doesn't mean she isn't tempted…. Still, she's smart enough to know when to stay and when to flee. And this duke is a man a woman should run from. If he chases… well, that's another game entirely.
She's the beauty he needs to possess…
From the first moment he lays eyes on her, Damian knows he has to have her. But the harder he tries to seduce her, the more elusive she becomes. He'd like to yell in frustration or applaud her amazingly dexterous skill. But if she wants to evade him, he'll play along. He's always been a hunter and she is excellent sport. Until he actually catches her. And the moment he finally gets the kiss he's been craving…well, everything changes.
Because one kiss isn't nearly enough. And as he tries for another and another he begins to wonder who is the hunter and who is being hunted…
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Cassandra’s first marriage has left her feeling sad and inadequate. Even though she would like a love match, she has agreed to allow her friend Raithe help her find a husband. Damian, Duke of Danesbury, has been without female companionship since a disastrous end to his engagement years before. He is ready to end his drought and has invited himself to a party he believes is two weeks of debauchery. He also believes Cassandra is part of the entertainment, but she quickly corrects that mistaken idea. Despite the misunderstandings, Damian and Cassandra are drawn to each other. This is a fantastic story with a sad, sweet heroine and a dark brooding hero, great chemistry, an unexpected offer, an unpredictable outcome. When to Dare a Dishonorable Duke is seventh book and a wonderful addition to the Romancing the Rake series. I loved this story and highly recommend it and the series.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
Def not daring
Silly, unbelievable, boring, nonsense mush.