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A woman spurned by the ton....
A duke harboring an appalling secret....
Life radically changes for Arabella Jennings, the daughter of an Oxford don, when her father becomes the Earl of Barrington. She’s an intellectual who would rather be discussing Shakespeare’s works but now finds herself navigating the vicious waters of Polite Society.
Jonathan Sutton’s twin dies, making him the new Duke of Blackmore. Pledging to live for both himself and Arch, Jon becomes one of London’s leading rakes, breaking rules and bedding women as his brother would have done had he lived.
Jon meets Arabella the first night of the Season and decides this woman, so different from every conquest he’s made, might help him from the abyss he’s sunk into.
Can a bluestocking with a quick wit tame the disreputable Duke of Arrogance — and save his soul?
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- Edwina "I Love books"
Arabella Jennings father was an Oxford Don. But now all his brothers are dead and he has become the new Earl of Barrington. Arabella is very intelligent and beautiful but she is also, kind. She is found by Jonathan the Duke of Blackmore reading a book in the library of a Ball she was attending. Jon was bored with the ball too. But he and Arabella strike up a conversation and she tells him how she tried to meet young ladies at the Ball but they had Stubbed her giving her the Cut Direct. Jon sets out to help her by introducing her to all his Ducal friends and their wives. Jon loves Arabella straight forward way of conversing with him. He is determined she will become his next Duchess.
I loved Jon and Arabella they talk and work things out. No misunderstandings that are not cleared up right away. This is what I loved about this story.
Narration was Okay!!