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LOVE LETTERS FROM A DUKE
by Elizabeth Boyle

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

2007 Historical Love & Laughter Nominee

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Boyle enchants as she spins a charming, poignant love story bursting with humor, passion and just the right amount of tenderness. A master at creating the perfect atmosphere and the most engaging characters, Boyle hits her stride with the latest in the Bachelor Chronicles.

Young Felicity Langley
boldly writes a proposal to the
Duke of Hollindrake, but it's his
grandfather who gets her missive,
and he's amused. He begins a correspondence with Felicity in his grandson's name that leads to a betrothal. When Thatcher returns from war and discovers he's engaged, he rushes to break the arrangement. His threadbare
clothing makes Felicity think he's
applying for the job of footman in
her impoverished household. Intrigued
by Felicity, Thatcher decides to become her servant.

Though she longs to marry the duke, Felicity falls in love with her inappropriate footman. As his deception continues, Thatcher falls in love with his own fiancee. How they manage to uncover the truth and find their hearts' delight is what makes this a true charmer. (Avon, Sep., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: September 2007

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