How to Beguile a Duke by Ally Broadfield
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The spirited Catherine Malboeuf has just arrived in England to reclaim her ancestral home, Walsley Manor, and a valuable missing heirloom. Nicholas Adair, the attractive and frustratingly inflexible Duke of Boulstridge, however, is quite unwilling to sell the estate back to Catherine. Unless, of course, she accepts a small wager...
Nick will sell Walsley Manor if--and only if--Catherine secures an offer of marriage from an eligible member of the ton before the end of the London season.
Of course, Nick is certain he'll win. After all, no proper gentleman would ever marry a woman who conceals a cutlass in her skirts. Yet something about Catherine's unconventional disposition seems to ignite a need deep inside him. A need that won't just cost him the wager, but the very heart he swore to never give away...
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I live in Texas with my husband, three children, and a menagerie of animals ranging from dogs to lizards and everything in-between. I’ve been an avid reader from the moment I was able to sound out my first word. Madeleine L’Engle and Eva Ibbotson were among my favorite authors growing up. I’ve always loved to read in many different genres, but during high school I discovered my affinity for historical romance. Some of my favorite authors are Julia Quinn, Amanda Quick, Lisa Kleypas, Eloisa James, Sherry Thomas, and of course, Jane Austen. There will always be a special place in my heart for Jennifer Blake, the author of the very first historical romance I ever read, Royal Seduction.
My books are set in Regency England and in Imperial Russia during the early 1800s.