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Currently Reading: The Duke's Perfect Wife by Jennifer Ashley

…and totally loving the heroine.

Here’s the blurb:

Lady Eleanor Ramsay is the only one who knows the truth about Hart Mackenzie. Once his fiancee, she is the sole woman to whom he could ever pour out his heart.

Hart has it all–a dukedom, wealth, power, influence, whatever he desires. Every woman wants him–his seductive skills are legendary. But Hart has sacrificed much to keep his brothers safe, first from their brutal father, and then from the world. He’s also suffered loss–his wife, his infant son, and the woman he loved with all his heart though he realized it too late.

Now, Eleanor has reappeared on Hart’s doorstep, with scandalous nude photographs of Hart taken long ago. Intrigued by the challenge in her blue eyes–and aroused by her charming, no-nonsense determination–Hart wonders if his young love has come to ruin him . . . or save him.

This is the fourth book from the Highland Pleasures series, and it’s scrumptious so far.

You can buy The Duke’s Perfect Wife from Amazon, here, and from Barnes & Noble, here.

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  • ooohhh I have this one in my TBR pile!

    Mireya

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  • Jane G
    April 23
    8:37 am

    What’s so special about this heroine?

    I’m asking because generally I don’t care for highlander romances.

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  • Hey Jane, she’s really…practical? There’s no drama with her, and she seems to really know the hero, in a way that an old lover would, but without the whole “I hate your guts” baggage. I really like her, and so far she’s making the book for me. Plus her father is a hoot, and the way she handles him is just lovely.

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  • Oh by the way, I know that the series is called Highland Pleasures, but honestly, it doesn’t feel like a Highland-type book to me, which some would look at as a negative, but not being a fan of Highland themes myself, I think it’s a definite positive. The most Scottish thing about this book seems to be the surname of the heroes.

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  • Jane G
    April 23
    8:55 am

    Thanks!

    Sounds really interesting. You had me at practical, but hey, she’s competent too *swoons* 🙂

    Have to give that a try.

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  • I’m reading this one right now. I read Jane’s review over at DA and was somewhat disappointed that Hart is not going to be nearly the sexual freak I anticipated from the other books, but stii I’m enjoying the read.

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  • @Jane G: Testing.

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  • I finished it and must say I really enjoyed this book. Besides the first book, I enjoyed this one the most ipof the four and it almost topples the first. I think it’s because it had so much Ian in it. I always wondered why she began this series with Ian’s book, but now I understand; Ian is the linchpin of this family. Frankly I could’ve done without Mac and Cam’s book altogether. I found Cam’s relationship with his ex wife totally implausible.

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