“The Duke of Her Desire,” is one of the best historical romances that I have ever read. I am so happy regarding this novel that I just wanted to shout out that this is the romance that I have waited all year to arrive.
The romance is my favorite part of this story. Thanks to the flawless writing of the author I was able to feel the passion-the heat of how badly both Thomas and Amelia wanted to be together. Add in a scandal romance and I was reeling through the pages as quickly as I could. If you are looking for a book that is purely romance you must read this one!
Thomas, the hero was an honorable and yet scandalous in nature and he was an admirable match for the fire spirited Amelia who possessed a carefree heart. From the very beginning the duo had a strong attraction and when Thomas agreed to help Amelia with a project dear to her hear the book seriously began to get hotter.
There was just so much to love about this book but I don’t want spoil anymore than what I already have. Romance, heart, steamy scenes and scandals, the novel has everything a reader could possibly dream of and much more.
He was only supposed to keep an eye on his friend’s sister . . . now he’s about to lose his heart . . .
When Thomas Heathmore, Duke of Coventry, agrees to steer his friend’s inexperienced younger sister through society, he doesn’t expect the lady in question to be so infernally stubborn. Amelia Matthews seems to have little interest in balls or suitors at all. Instead, she intends to open a school, and against his better instincts, Thomas offers to help. Yet somewhere along the line, Amelia ceases to be a simple responsibility . . . and becomes an undeniable temptation.
Since her brother inherited a dukedom, Amelia’s prospects have transformed. But though she’s long been secretly infatuated with Thomas, she refuses to heed the arrogant aristocrat’s advice. If only it were as easy to ignore his heated touch. And as Amelia soon learns, the ton is a minefield, where one moment’s indiscretion can unleash a scandal—or entice her to surrender everything to the duke of her desire . . .