Wednesday, May 18, 2016

To Lure a Proper Lady (Duke-Defying Daughters Book 1)

To Lure a Proper Lady (Duke-Defying Daughters Book 1) by Ashlyn Macnamara

In this steamy novel from bestselling author Ashlyn Macnamara—“a born storyteller” (Jennifer McQuiston) who “brings all the elegance and romance of the Regency to life” (Tessa Dare)—a dutiful young lady tries to resist the charms of a rogue from the legendary Bow Street Runners.
When Lady Elizabeth Wilde and her sisters are summoned once again to their chronically anxious father’s deathbed, she’s shocked to find that his worries are at last justified. He’s terribly ill, and Lizzie suspects poison. But when she seeks help from the Bow Street Runners, her request is answered by a rough-hewn rogue known only as Dysart. Though his irreverent charm by turns shocks and captivates her, a man of Dysart’s background is an altogether inappropriate choice for a duke’s daughter—isn’t he?
Although Dysart has his reasons to disdain polite society, the promise of supplemental income from a noble’s coffers is too tempting to deny. But if Dysart means to apprehend the culprit who poisoned the duke, he’ll need to avoid any and all distractions—like the delicious swish of Lady Elizabeth’s hips. Yet as the investigation begins to unearth secrets he’d rather remain hidden, Dysart must decide at a moment’s notice whether to hold Elizabeth at arm’s length . . . or pull her dangerously close.


5.0 out of 5 stars lovely storyMay 18, 2016
This review is from: To Lure a Proper Lady (Duke-Defying Daughters Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
*I received this in exchange for an honest review*
This story was awesome. Lizzie wasn't looking for a title. She was looking for happiness. She lived her own way, regardless of what others thought. I enjoyed her loyalty to family and her maturity. This was a great story. I loved every page. There were no boring parts that dragged it down, no overly descriptive parts that I wanted to skip by. It was a well written, romantic, historial story that just drew me in and held me there!
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