Sunday, August 23, 2015

What to do with a Duke by Sally MacKenzie

★★★★ 1/2   I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I loved the premise of a confirmed spinster and a Duke that actually longs for a family instead of the other way around.  The characters inner monologue had me cracking up often and I really enjoyed the authors writing style. 

     My only disagreement with this book is that she leaves the ending a bit open for me, stating I must read the next book to find out about the curse...  I had planned to read it anyway but I like my "Happily Ever After" in books a bit more secured at the end. 

** I was given this book in exchange for an honest review **

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Here's the blurb: 

Welcome to the charming, fatefully named village of Loves Bridge, where a woman destined for spinsterhood can live a life of her own choosing—or fall unexpectedly, madly in love…

Miss Isabelle Catherine Hutting would rather be lounging in the library than circling the ballroom in search of a husband any day. So when Cat hears that the town’s infamous Spinster House is open for a new resident, she jumps at the chance to put all this marriage business behind her. But first she must make arrangements with her prospective landlord, Marcus, the Duke of Hart—the most handsome man she’s ever seen, and the only man who’s ever impressed her in the least…

With her wit, independent spirit, and not least of all her beauty, Marcus can’t help but be stirred by Cat. It’s terribly unfortunate he’s not looking to marry, given the centuries-old curse that left his family with the Spinster House to begin with. No duke shall live to see his heir’s birth. But is there a chance the curse could be broken—in true fairy-tale fashion—by an act of true love? The race to Happily Ever After is about to begin…

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