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LADY VIVIAN DEFIES A DUKE
by Samantha Grace

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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Sprightly, amusing, fun and quite charming, Grace’s latest wins fans over with everything a love-and- laughter romance reader could desire. From first page to last, her characters’ antics keeps readers smiling. Though the plotline is tried and true, the characters shine and Grace’s talents sparkle.

Lady Vivian Worth has been warned by her stern brother to behave, but she has a few weeks before her fiancé arrives and she must become a docile, proper lady. Luke Forest, Duke of Foxhaven, inherited the title and a bride-to-be. He wants nothing to do with marriage either. Instead, he seeks adventure around the globe. He plans to cry off from the betrothal — until he arrives early and finds his future bride swimming in her chemise. Now, he’s not so sure about calling off the wedding. Perhaps he doesn’t need to find Vivian another husband. She leads him on a merry chase that ends with surprising results. (SOURCEBOOKS, May, 344 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: SOURCEBOOKS

Published: May 2013

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