My Dearest Duke
by Kristin Vayden
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Pub Date 08 Nov 2022 | Archive Date 29 Nov 2022
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Fans of Bridgerton will fall in love with this fresh and evocative historical romance from Kristin Vayden. Get swept away to the bright society of Regency England in this beautiful romance featuring:A reluctant duke who'd rather be writing scholarly papersA lady with a unique and scandalous secretThe tempting chemistry between them they can no longer denyAnd a truth that will either set them free or tear them apart...
Lord Rowles Haywind has always shied away from the spotlight of his brother's dukedom, worried it would bring too much attention to the family secret. His mother suffers from mental illness, and he dreads that he may turn out to have it to, or worse, that any children he may have will inherit her disability. Now that the title of Duke belongs to him, he has more responsibility than he ever dreamed of. He needs help, but he's not sure he can trust anyone enough. Until he reconnects with Lady Joan Morgan...
Lady Joan's penetrating insights reassure Rowles as no one ever has. But she has a secret of her own that would cause a terrible scandal. She longs to tell Rowles the truth about her work for the war office, but she's afraid it'll ruin the connection they've kindled. But the longer she waits to tell him, the worse the outcome could be for them both once the truth is out...
Praise for Fortune Favors the Duke:
"Flawless storytelling! Vayden is a new Regency powerhouse."—Rachel Van Dyken, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Endearing...Readers looking for light Regency fare will be pleased."—Publishers Weekly
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