Love Blooms in Unexpected Places in Tina Gabrielle’s ‘How Not to Marry a Duke’ [COVER REVEAL]

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If you love Regency romance and have already binge watched both seasons of Bridgerton on Netflix, you may be wondering where you’ll get your next fix. Those who enjoyed season one (based on Julia Quinn’s The Duke and I) know the fake-relationship trope well and are aware of just how fun it can be. Now author Tina Gabrielle puts her own spin on this classic convention in her forthcoming novel, How Not to Marry a Duke.

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Lydia Drake’s Debut Novel, ‘Cinderella and the Duke,’ Coming Winter 2022 [COVER REVEAL]

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We love a great fairytale. In debut author Lydia Drake’s forthcoming novel, she breathes new life into one of our favorite classics—Cinderella—with a heady mix of royalty, romance, and a dash of Jane Austen.

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In Sabrina Jeffries’ ‘Who Wants to Marry a Duke,’ the Heroine is No Wilting Flower [REVIEW]

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In Who Wants to Marry a Duke, the third dazzling installment of Sabrina Jeffries’ Duke Dynasty series (after The Bachelor), a beautiful young chemist is recruited to determine if a duke’s father died of natural causes or was poisoned. But will her experimental methods prove successful or will her investigation be thwarted before it even begins?

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Michelle McLean’s ‘Four Weddings and a Duke’ Promises Sweet, Blissful Fun [COVER REVEAL]

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We love a wedding. They’re fun to attend, and it’s always wonderful to watch two people we care about begin their life together. But when you’re the one getting married, the beauty of the moment can quickly get lost in the angst of making sure it goes off without a hitch, which is what we are guessing is the premise of Michelle McLean’s forthcoming novel, Four Weddings and a Duke.

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Sabrina Jeffries’ ‘The Bachelor’ Addresses Social Issues That Are Still Relevant Today [REVIEW]

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He is a wounded soldier confident no woman can ever love him. She is a lady willing to pay to keep a secret hidden. But when a sinister villain from the past emerges from the shadows to threaten their future, will they learn to trust one another long enough to thwart their betrayer? Or will each of them prove to be their own worst enemy? Find out in Sabrina Jeffries’ second Duke Dynasty novel, The Bachelor.

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