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The Duke Can Go to the Devil Prelude to a Kiss #3

Per behavior and he expects the same of those around him With her devil may care ways May vexes him nearly as much as she tempts him but there’s something about her that he just can’t resist He knows he’s falling hard for her but with lives that are worlds apart will they ever be able to find any common ground. Adeuate The only thing the heroine May had going for her was her beauty She was crass mouthy and irreverent in no way suited to be a duchess I could not suspend belief enough to buy that the hero William duke of Radcliffe would ever make someone his polar opposite his wife Their relationship building was primarily constant bickering their romance is not one for the ages Black Blue of those around him With her devil may care ways May vexes him nearly as much as she tempts him but there’s something about her that he just can’t resist He knows he’s falling hard for her but with lives that are worlds apart will they ever be able to find any common ground. Adeuate The The Moe Manifesto only thing the heroine May had going for her was her beauty She was crass mouthy and irreverent in no way suited to be a duchess I could not suspend belief enough to buy that the hero William duke Positive Church in a Negative World of Radcliffe would ever make someone his polar Prince Philip Revealed opposite his wife Their relationship building was primarily constant bickering their romance is not Toad of Toad Hall one for the ages

review The Duke Can Go to the Devil Prelude to a Kiss #3

Ely distraction but now she can’t wait for her father’s return so she can leave this country its suffocating rules and one infuriatingly proper nobleman in particular behind Because he is the Duke of Radcliffe William Spencer’s whole life revolves around his duties He never steps foot outside the bounds of pro. I knew I was clever in dubbing Erin Knightley a modern day Jane Austen and The Duke Can Go to the Devil was her Pride Prejudice William and May could not have been different and therefore of course could not stand each other May was a scandal waiting to happen and William was as pomp as they come But as they each began to set aside their pride HEE and prejudices HA May and William soon discover that there is much to one another that their aggrieved first impressions I m sorry I couldn t help it would have had them believeMay has been one of my favorite characters of this series from the very beginning so I had high hopes for her story And thankfully I was not disappointed and in fact had all my expectations exceeded tremendously May made for the most uniue heroine in the very best ways as I knew she would From her unconventional upbringing to her emboldened dresses that matched her flamboyant personality She drank spirits cursed like a sailor and was never afraid to speak her mind no matter the situation or person But being so outrageous in a place and era that was all about structure and following the status uo heavily grained on her May was also very stubborn and set in her outlook on life and it wasn t until she met William that she began to bend just a little Just enough to stop a moment and see things and people in a different perspectiveAs for William contrary to the kind of pampered self centered aristocrat May presumed him to be he was an exception in that he took his responsibilities as Duke very seriously which yes shockingly involved actual work and effort on his part And while yes he was on the starchy side and come on who doesn t love a good starchy hero he was in possession of the softest of hearts particularly where his young half siblings were concerned Not to say William wasn t difficult at times himself He was But like May and because of May William was able to take a step outside his black and white world and see that there was and could be to life than propriety and duty So in effect May and William made each other better people The fact that their banter was first rate and their attraction undeniable was just icing and cherries atop the most delectable of cakesI m so pleased with the way Erin Knightley s writing continues to enchant me This one definitely reminded me of why she s become one of my favorite authors I very much look forward to reading and presumably sobbing over Dering and Felicity s story nextPS Erin thank you so much for Radcliffe s wet Darcy moment I and I m sure May as well appreciated that particular visual very much indeed

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In the new novel from the bestselling author of The Earl I Adore May Bradford isn’t afraid to play devil’s advocate when it comes to a duke After her mother’s death May’s sea captain father sends her halfway around the world to live with his stodgy sister in England The summer festival in Bath made for a lov. Erin Knightley officially has a spot on my auto buy list Her books are delightful fluffy fun and it is a nice reprieve to open the pages of her books and know I am guaranteed a sweet romance and not an obsession with lust aka how often a hero happens to get an erection when around the heroineI swear for some authors I think many of the heroes have a medical conditionAnyways this story is a classic enemies to lovers story with the hero being stuffy and proper and the heroine being free spirited world traveled and opinionated as hell In many ways this story had a flavor of Pride and Prejudice These characters were helplessly drawn to each other in ways they couldn t understand Their lives were so different the Duke is tied to everything English and May s heart resists England in favor of the sea faring life she used to have with her tradesman father There were times when I wondered how the two would ever find common ground Just like Elizabeth and Mr Darcy May and William drew premature conclusions about each other and slowly discovered new things that made them realized perhaps they were wrongThere are several romantic scenes and I thought that William though stubborn was honorable and likeable May was difficult to like because of her pride and unwillingness to change her mind but I think her loyal nature and unpredictability are exactly what the Duke needed Despite the antagonistic beginning I do believe they would be happy together The secondary characters are delightful and include William s young stepsiblings May s friends Sophie and Charity and William s old friend Dering who is the hero of the last book in this seriesOverall this was a pleasant read and some of the cursing and name calling in it made me smile


10 thoughts on “The Duke Can Go to the Devil Prelude to a Kiss #3

  1. says:

    A great enemy to lovers storyWhen I started this book I was not expecting to like it this muchAn unusual heoine who acts with intelligence and is ready to acknolodge when she's wrong So refreshing And she's practicing thai chiThe h

  2. says:

    Erin Knightley officially has a spot on my auto buy list Her books are delightful fluffy fun and it is a nice reprieve to open the pages of her books and know I am guaranteed a sweet romance and not an obsession with lust aka how often a hero happens to get an erection when around the heroineI swear for some au

  3. says:

    Meh Given that all my friends adored this one I think it's time to officially admit that I have outgrown historical romances like this I didn't enjoy the bantering to be honest it than irritated me the way Mei would rail at

  4. says:

    Amanda and Autry's reviews are posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsAmanda's Review 5 StarsErin Knightley has written one of my favorite tropes in her newest story; The Duke can go to the Devil in which one very proper Duke exchanges intense heated sparring with a very free spirited young lady May Bradford is not your typical English lady and is biding her time until her father returns to take her home She’s the daughter of a sea captai

  5. says:

    I knew I was clever in dubbing Erin Knightley a modern day Jane Austen and The Duke Can Go to the Devil was her Pride Prejudice William and May could not have been different and therefore of course could not stand each other May was a scandal waiting to happen and William was as pomp as they come But as they each began to set aside their pride HEE and prejudices HA May and William soon discover that there is much to o

  6. says:

    Such a sweet heart warming conclusion to the stories of three friends This series just got better and better I loved May's character from the very beginning and knew she would have to find someone remarkably perfect for her to change her mind about traveling the world over William was an odiously snobby and righteous Duke who needed

  7. says:

    Thank you to PENGUIN for providing a print copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewThe Duke Can Go to the Devil is the story of a well traveled woman who lands in England with a sharp tongue and the stuf

  8. says:

    Adeuate The only thing the heroine May had going for her was her beauty She was crass mouthy and irreverent in no way suited to be a duchess I could not suspend belief enough to buy that the hero William duke of Radcliffe would ever make someone his polar opposite his wife Their relationship building was primarily constant bickerin

  9. says:

    THE DUKE CAN GO TO THE DEVIL is a brilliant tour de force Miss May Bradford whose real given name is Mei li spent most of her life abroad follo

  10. says:

    This might be my favorite of the series Proper stuffy Duke meets uninhibited woman who infuriates and captivates him at the same time That's all you'll get from me as I don't like to write or read plot spoilers This book is well written and very enjoyable I recommend it highly Also I'm thrilled the Duke's friend

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