Get ready for another pleasure filled adventure in Sophia Nash’s Royal Entourage Series. I enjoyed the plot of this book and Verity Fitzroy is a character that I really loved. Rory Lennox is a dashing duke, and a hero with sensitive undertones. The scenes are brilliantly detailed and the primary and secondary characters blend together like a well-choreographed dance. The third installment in the Royal Entourage series is even better than the first two and further cements my decision to keep Sophia Nash on my auto-buy list. I didn’t want to put it down and I didn’t want it to end.
Verity is a young woman who has been chronicling the life’s truths since she ten. Although, Verity didn’t have much to write about other than a multitude of childish dislikes and her secret crush on Rory Lennox. Well, not much to write about until the day Rory Lennox, the Duke of Abshire, unknowingly performs a wicked deed in front of her. From that day forward Verity begins to chronicle the Duke Diaries little knowing that it would become a truth she must hide from even her closest friends. When Verity finds herself compromised by none other than Rory several years later having to marry him is the least of her worries. Everyone wants to know who the mysterious author of the Duke Diaries is and if it’s found out that she is indeed the author scandal isn’t the only thing she’ll have to worry about.
Six Regency heroes—One royal hangover
After a royal bachelor party of the century, Lady Verity Fitzroy wakes up to find her brother's archenemy, Rory Lennox, the Duke of Abshire, in her bed. While Rory has always fascinated her, nothing can convince her to marry this rake even though her reputation is in peril. Indeed, there are far graver worries that plague her. If she is unmasked as the author of the infamous Duke Diaries, no one can save her . . . not even the man of her dreams.
Though he has known Verity since she was still in the schoolroom, Rory never imagined her to be such a spitfire! Which only makes the challenge of winning her hand more intriguing. Never mind that he has no interest in a wife. But when this secret war hero discovers the root of Verity's horrendous troubles, he realizes he must face down his greatest fears not only to save her . . . but to win her hand and her heart.Nash.