Read To the Duke, with Love (The Rakes of St. James, #2) Online Free - There may be times when a gentleman is desperate to gain a lady’s attention, but a gentleman would never resort to desperate measures to obtain it.
―A Proper Gentleman’s Guide to Wooing the Perfect Lady
Sloane Knox, the Duke of Hawksthorn is guardian for his sweet, younger sister. Due to his misguided past as one of the infamous Rakes of St James, Hawk is hoping to avoid the Season by securing a match for her before it begins. He has the perfect gentleman in mind, but for one infuriating―and unexpectedly intoxicating―obstacle: the intended groom’s own sister, Miss Loretta Quick.
Having narrowly avoided her own arranged marriage to an unacceptable nobleman, Loretta is determined that her dear brother―a gentle, good-natured soul―should marry for love. Matching wits with Hawk may be her greatest challenge yet. . .until she realizes it may also be her greatest pleasure. For the young duke’s irresistible charm has not only begun to crumble her stubborn resolve, it has claimed her heart in true love as well. . .
|Title||:||To the Duke, with Love (The Rakes of St. James, #2)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
December 08, 2017
To the Duke, With Love is the second book in Amelia Grey’s Rakes of St. James series and is both my first – and probably last – book by this author. This is wallpaper historical romance by numbers, and I suppose the alarm bells should really have started ringing when I realised that the hero –...
December 09, 2017
They had no soft bed, no sheets to tangle in, but those things weren’t needed. They had all they needed growing and bursting between them.
Maybe you're doing it wrong if things are already "bursting".
This wasn't a bad read for me but unfortunately I wasn't feeling either of the main chara...
November 29, 2017
Series: The Rakes of St. James #2
Publication Date: 12/5/17
This was a delightfully sweet read. It was well written, the characters were well developed and the story stayed on-point throughout. There was an excellent supporting cast along with the main hero and heroine. One thing that I loved about...
October 19, 2017
"Never send a young lady a secret admirer letter." ~ A Proper Gentleman's Guide to Wooing the Perfect Lady
Years ago, three friends came across this pearl of wisdom in "A Proper Gentleman's Guide to Wooing the Perfect Lady". Being just a little bit drunk at the time, they decided to put this piece...
October 31, 2017
DNF — think I'm going with 2 stars, because the writing was fine, so it wasn't all bad; there are definitely worse books don't know what to do for the rating ... others liked it a lot, so maybe it's just not my style? Feel mean giving it only 1 star
I couldn't get through this and decided to throw...
December 05, 2017
To the Duke, with Love was an excellent continuation of the Rakes of St. James series with a delightful romance between an outspoken heroine and a charming, rakish hero.
In an effort to avoid the possibility of his sister being affected by his past misdeeds as one of the Rakes of St. James, Sloane...
December 07, 2017
A somewhat slow burn type of romance but I enjoyed it. I really am wondering if the author has a hidden theme somewhere in this series because the heroine's name is Loretta QUICK and the heroine in the previous novel is Esmeralda SWIFT. The upcoming 3rd novel has a heroine whose name is slated to...
December 16, 2017
This is a highly entertaining historical romance with great characters, plot and writing - I really enjoyed escaping into it!
A few years ago a prank carried out by Sloane Knox, the Duke of Hawksthorn (aka Hawk), and his friends caused them to be notorious and embarrassed the young ladies who were...
December 04, 2017
Years ago Loretta made a vow that she will never break. Since that moment she has been isolated, away from friends and society. When Hawk arrives to present an arrangement to her brother she feels the whisper of discontent at what her life has turned out to be.
Hawk is instantly taken with Lorett...
December 07, 2017
Hawk and Loretta had banter that was fun to follow. She didn't bow to his dukedom and stood her ground with him, even when he was determined to go to "war" with her.
I would have liked a little more closure between Loretta and her uncle. He banished her, but that all fell by the wayside when Hawk...