The Duchess of Asherwood

Mary A. Garratt

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The Duchess of Asherwood

The Duchess of Asherwood from the back cover You will be my duchess declared the Dour Duke of Asherwood But never my wife No one was stunned by her acceptance of his outrageous proposal than Lenore Lanier herself It was an a

  • Title: The Duchess of Asherwood
  • Author: Mary A. Garratt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • from the back cover You will be my duchess, declared the Dour Duke of Asherwood But never my wife No one was stunned by her acceptance of his outrageous proposal than Lenore Lanier herself It was an arrangement neither pure nor simple She would be accessory to a secret debt of honor, stepmother to his two spirited sons and the most beautiful butterfly ever tfrom the back cover You will be my duchess, declared the Dour Duke of Asherwood But never my wife No one was stunned by her acceptance of his outrageous proposal than Lenore Lanier herself It was an arrangement neither pure nor simple She would be accessory to a secret debt of honor, stepmother to his two spirited sons and the most beautiful butterfly ever to distract London s ton a perfect diversion as the duke embarked on his dangerous, clandestine plan.It was a challenge Lenore couldn t resist She would play the game to perfection and win the heart of the man she had married the unlikeliest suitor of all

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    1. Damona on said:

      I've had this book for nearly 20 years now. I picked it up on the free paperback exchange rack at the local library when I was in junior high, never realizing until just now that it's apparently a pretty rare book that only had one printing. I absolutely love the writing style, the fantastic Regency-era slang ("talking slum"), and the general upbeat tone of this book. There's also a bit of a mystery, just for extra fun. I also like that it's a "clean" romance. no heaving, glistening bosoms and r [...]

    2. Kel on said:

      A mad romp! Don't let the cover fool you. This story is much better than you'd imagine. Ms. Garratt has an excellent grasp of the language and mores of the haut ton in Regency England. I have read this book several times. Does this site have a "re-read" shelf?This book is the total antithesis of the Amanda Cross book I am also reading, which is a feminist, literary mystery. I like the variety.

    3. Beth on said:

      An Adorable old regency style romance, forgot I had it on a shelf. If you can find it, its a fun read, its not rocket science, and some of the sensibilities might be a bit skewed, but its still fun.

    4. Angelyn Schmid on said:

      Someone said it was adorable. It was in the 1980s and it still is.

    5. Susan Ward on said:

      One of my favorites - read it many times. Enjoyed this time just as much!

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