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The Duke's Tattoo (2012)

by Miranda Davis(Favorite Author)
3.8 of 5 Votes: 3
Horsemen of the Apocalypse
review 1: Enchanting, sexy, funny Traditional Regency novel updated for the 21st century reader. Loved the Duke and his nemesis Miss Prudence Haversham. Loved the Duke's dogs, especially Attila, who is about the size of a Great Dane and has a very definite doggy mind of his own. Really enjoyed the hilarious encounters between Prudence and the Duke, and between the Duke and his buddies, the other three Horsemen of the Apocalypse.Miranda Davis has certainly done lots of research into Regency Britain - the fashions, social mores, the layout and appearance of cities like London and Bath at that time. and even the sights on the main road between London and Bath! My only niggles are small: a) there were no chipmunks in England in 1816 (and I don't think there are any now either) and b) th... moree London "Season" (in caps) was in the spring, not in August.
review 2: I absolutely adore the hero Jeremy Maubrey aka Ainsworth….what a man, what a man….oh what a man….and the heroine was just as great. The chemistry between the two was believable and the storyline was a blast…kept my interest from beginning to end…The book was hilarious, but it didn’t start truly picking up until after Chapter 10 for me. It just melted my heart to see the friendship growing between Ainsworth and Miss H. Especially when he kept breaking into her home at night just to talk….then when they became intimate for the first time….OMG… what a man…I was hot n’ bothered and teary eyed all at the same time. Then by the end of the book things started really getting crazy…it was so many misunderstandings going on that I thought I was watching an episode of “3’s Company” lol…(the old school readers would understand what I mean)…but it was a wonder read and I’m glad I bought it. less
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I loved this book so much, I am going to reread it at least 3 times next year :)
This was an excellent book. The best HR that I have read this year.
short and fun, nothing to look too deep into
I loved, loved, loved this book.
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