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WHEN THE DUKE FOUND LOVE

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Bradford entices the reader in this third of the Wylder Sisters series, capturing the nuances of Georgian England. By including recurring characters from the previous books and a mischievous dog, alongside a spitfire heroine paired with a rakish Duke of Sheffield, Bradford creates a nicely crafted story.

With her two older sisters happily married, Lady Diana Wylder has no desire to wed yet. But, as a dutiful daughter, she agrees to her mother’s acceptance of an offer from Lord Crump. She cannot see herself married to this stern, humorless, older man. A chance meeting with a happy little dog and his handsome, flirtatious master results in a change of life for Diana and the gentleman, the Duke of Sheffield. Sheffield is intrigued by Diana, who is impetuous and a challenge. While passion and a deep love evolve, they discover that only duty to themselves is worth fulfilling. (BALLANTINE, Dec., 320 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Joan Hammond