Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling romance author of When Beauty Tamed the Beast, puts a chilly, powerful duke in bed with an intelligent, beautiful . Title: This Duchess of Mine. Author: Eloisa James. Genre: Historical (Georgian) romance. Publisher: Avon Publishing Date: May 26, Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling romance author of When Beauty Tamed the Beast, puts a chilly, powerful duke in bed with an intelligent, beautiful. .
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In fact, she wants the impossible: Ducess bells celebrating the arranged marriage between the lovely Duchess of Beaumont and her staid, imperturbable duke had scarcely fallen silent when a shocking discovery sent Jemma running from the ducal mansion.
They would be having a love scene while talking about Elijah’s previous mistress – it was just jamfs. When I rip off my power suit, whether it’s academic or romantic, underneath is the rather tired, chocolate-stained sweatshirt of a mom.
This book cann Eloisa James writes light historicals often featuring multiple imne ongoing storylines. Go to bed together. The slow development of understanding between husband and wife was touching. I have to admit that it was too easy for my taste.
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jamrs Eli is the most beautiful man in all of bloody England. She was a dunce. Shows he’s a good character, and not just some sexy rich womanizer. Now Elijah’s heart is failing and they need an heir, plus they have both learned and grown so both now want to reconcile. I actually feel bad for Villiers. The other day I bought a delicious pink suit to tape a television segment on romance; I’ll never wear that suit to teach in, nor even to give a paper at the Shakespeare Association of America conference.
Would you like to order your own copy? Why the sudden change of feelings in both of them? As a newlywed, Jemma, the Duchess of Beaumont, had her heart jamess when she discovered her husband had a mistress.
No one dressed to please a husband. This is the last of this series for me because I started with eeloisa last book.
So all in all, while it’s not the best romance I’ve read, I was highly entertained, and fascinated by the fact that Ms James, through the power of her writing, convinced me to keep reading. WTF is he going to do with so many kids? Book E xtras Mie to: The thing that honestly had me finally picking up this book besides boredom was Elijah’s heart condition and it being the ‘catalyst’ that lures the duches couple back together.
This Duchess of Mine
Elijah has been working himself almost to death at his job and Jemma wants him to cut back. James was phoning it in.
There was minf much Villiers and not enough Elijah. And eventually this lead to nothing, thus becoming a waste of time. ElijahDuke of Beaumont, did believe those rumors. Except her own husband! Apr 04, Claire rated it did not like it. Now my question was: For me, the premise of the Beaumonts’ story has always been difficult because I don’t tend to like stories with adultery involved. They seduce each other as much through their brains as through their passion. Elijah let Jemma left her because he felt guilty?
In fact, she wants the impossible: For the years she lived at Versailles, gentlemen considered her ripe for mibe plucking, given that her husband lived in England. Jul 12, JoAnn rated it it was amazing Shelves: After all, she did return expressly to help him produce an heir, despite their past issues. View all 7 comments. While Jemma was infatuated with her Duke, she jsmes devastated to find her new husband having sex with his mistress just a few eloksa after their wedding.
This Duchess of Mine by Eloisa James
This courtship and reconciliation dragged out for hundreds of pages. Only strangers — or at best, acquaintances — thronged below in the drawing room, begging for the favor of being asked to help her place a patch, or choose a gown.
But what manner of seduction will make a man fall desperately in love. This book cannot be read as a stand alone book; it’s the fifth book in the Desperate Duchesses Series.
I’m a fan of Eloisa James, but to me, of course she can do a little wrong.
And boy, does he learn his lesson the hard way.