When he stopped the carriage he anticipated fear, bluster, fainting, maybe. He never expected a prune faced lady suggesting he was her grandson and heir to the dukedom. That was before he took his mask off.
This sole fiasco would be a complete waste of time if not for the time Jack was able to spend with ol’ prune face’s companion, the lovely Grace, who refuses to be seduced until she knows he’s not really the duke.
A re-read for me, I enjoyed this but not nearly as much as the first time. It was a light quick read heavy on the sarcasm (a plus for me) and snark.
|Source:||Purchased in 2008 from Doubleday|
|Series:||Two Dukes of Wyndham, 1|
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