The Duke’s All That
by Christina Britton
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Pub Date 06 Feb 2024 | Archive Date Not set
Iain MacInnes, Duke of Balgair, has spent the last thirteen years believing his wife is dead—until he receives word that she is very much alive and living under an assumed name on the remote Isle of Synne. He sets off with only one goal in mind: bring his wife back to Scotland where he can divorce her and expose her for the liar she is.
After a devastating deception by the man who was supposed to love her, Seraphina did what was necessary to keep herself and her sisters safe. And though she’s still haunted by the events that tore her world apart all those years ago, she’s made a happy life on Synne, surrounded by loyal friends and building a secret career as a popular author. Now that Iain has found her, however, all that is at risk.
Despite their long separation, the attraction between Iain and Seraphina still burns strong. But with so much hurt and betrayal between them, can they possibly find their way back to each other?
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What a roller coaster of emotions this story will envelope you with! Being back to the Isle of Synne with the Odd ladies is wonderful and this story does not disappoint. We finally get the story behind Seraphina’s life. Such a hard thing to read, but her resilience is so heartwarming. Seeing Iain go through so much as well and come out strong was gratifying. Seeing their story evolve was frustrating as they danced around each other for so long and seeing Seraphina stand up to the villain was well worth the wait. ( Would have loved to have seen Iain get to him as well) I loved how all the ladies came together to help Seraphina see the error of her ways. The ending was beautiful and I am not ashamed to admit tears may have been involved. A great addition to the series!
I received this ARC copy for free and these are my own opinions