A Most Unusual Duke by Susanna Allen

A Most Unusual Duke (Shapeshifters of the Beau Monde)

by Susanna Allen
Out Now!
This is the 2nd in the Shape Shifters of the Beau Monde series. An arranged marriage between a reclusive alpha Duke and a widowed young woman who has a reputation for being cold.

They both have damaged and traumatic pasts that have made them a bit guarded and surly. But once they open up to each other it gets steamy. They find out they are better suited than they thought.

I enjoyed that the prince regent and the nobility were all animal shifters such a fun fantastical historical romance.

Read if you enjoy:
🐻 Marriage of convenience
🔥 Alpha males
🐻 Slow burn to sizzle

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Had to put this quote since they did love their uniqueness and the steamy reads!

Thank you @sourcebookscasa and @netgalley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.

❓ If you could shape shift into any animal, what would you choose?


Bridgerton meets Werewolves Within in this sparkling shapeshifter Regency romance mixed with humor, steamy chemistry, and fantasy.

The Duke said he’d never get married…

The Prince Regent insists his cousin and fellow bear shifter Arthur Humphries, the Duke of Osborn, take a mate to ensure the continuation of their species. After all, Arthur is an Alpha, so he must set a good example. The duke would very much prefer to continue his comfortable bachelor lifestyle, but the Prince Regent is not a bear to be poked.

Beatrice, the widowed Marchioness of Castleton, is in possession of a powerful secret. She knows all about Shifters, her horrible late husband being one of them. At any moment, Beatrice could reveal the secrets of the Prince and those like him—unless the Prince can make sure she marries another Shifter.

A marriage between the Duke of Osborn and Beatrice is far from ideal for either one, but at least they won’t fall in love…right?


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