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Summary

One night, they found themselves under some mistletoe.

Now he owes her a kiss. And she is determined to claim it.

His heart torn in two, Graham Astor, Duke of Kensington, mourns his wife. As he distances himself from everything that reminds him of happier days lost forever, he comes to realize that there is one thing he cannot run from. Graham needs a new wife, if only for the sake of his daughter.

Disillusioned with love, Rosabel only wishes to not remain a burden to her uncle's family much longer. After seeing her parents' love turn against them, Rosabel dreams of an independent life as a governess. But then a stranger asks for her hand in marriage, and to her utter shock her uncle instantly agrees.

Will Rosabel find love after all? Or will the memory of Graham's late wife keep him from finding happiness?

©2015 Sabrina Wolf (P)2017 Tantor

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Thank You Bree Wolf

Anna Parker-Naples is a good narrator. Love the plot (marriage of convenience). The plot was meaty (Dukes late wife) And how the couple got their happily ever after. Would like to continue reading all the books in this series.

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Forgotten & Remembered

I struggled somewhat in this review. On one hand, I adored the heroine, even if she was a bit of a wilting flower at times, and the hero was appropriately noble and handsome, but I wanted to take a switch to his ass (and not in a fun way). The story was torturous and full of angst, a bit too much if you ask me, but they got there in the end, so I have given in a 4/5 all in all.

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  • 09-03-18

Don't do it

I struggled to finish this. Ninety percent of this book you are wishing both characters would get a backbone. Have a fight or something but the SAME constant dialogue back and forth was very exhausting to listen to. I picked this new author to try because of the book summary. Sadly the summary read better than the actual book. Characters are very undeveloped and shallow. Don't buy. You will be disappointed.

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