Image of To Ruin the Duke


Image of To Ruin the Duke

There's charm and wit to Mullins' stories that simply enchant readers, making them care about her characters and leaving them eager for more.

The illegitimate daughter of a nobleman, Miranda Fontaine has no use for the aristocracy. When her best friend dies in childbirth, she promises to find the child's father, Thornton Matherston, the Duke of Wyldehaven, and force him to claim his son.

If the rumors are to be believed Thornton lives up to his Wylde name; he is involved in one scandalous incident after another. But when Miranda accuses him, he's certain that he has not fathered a child. Soon Miranda and Thornton realize that someone is impersonating him and join forces to uncover the truth. Along the way, they find a deep love and an undying passion. But as they unearth the truth they place themselves in grave danger, and the possibility of uncovering more secrets from the past could alter the future. (AVON, Jun., 380 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin