The Duke in Question by Amalie Howard

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The Duke in Question (Daring Dukes)

The Duke in Question
by Amalie Howard
Pub Date -11/8/22
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This is the third in the Daring Dukes series. Loved the first two and this one was no different.

These two were spy vs spy, enemies to lovers, brothers friend, forced proximity (ship to England from America), and steamy chemistry!

They just couldn’t keep their hands off eachother. Though at the beginning she played the simpering miss which put her in the avoid category. Once he followed her into trouble and possible treason he was already in too deep.

Love how quick and adventurous this was. The banter and spy games were fun too!

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

❓(Forgot to put a qotd, sorry) If you could be a Bond girl what would your name be? Or something like Miss or Lady, This grade teacher first name, First Street Name

Miss Anne Twin Creeks 😂

Synopsis:
James Bond meets Bridgerton in this steamy enemies-to-lovers historical romance from USA Today bestselling author Amalie Howard:

This lady won’t let a savvy duke sway her from her mission.The Duke of Thornbury, retired agent of the Crown, has never lost a target.In a flirty game of cat and mouse, a spy must keep his enemy close to unravel the secrets that threaten to tear them apart.

Lady Bronwyn Chase is far from the paragon of society that her mother expects her to be. Which is why she’s on her brother’s passenger liner bound for America with a secret packet of letters that could get her into trouble. Serious trouble—the kind that a duke’s sister shouldn’t be in; the kind that puts spymaster Valentine Medford, the Duke of Thornbury, on her trail. But as the duke gets closer to Bronwyn and the secrets she’s keeping, he’ll have to decide between the mysterious woman who calls to him, or his allegiance to the Crown.

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