The Duke and I review

By Julia Quinn

Oh my goodness, Oh my goodness! I am officially addicted to this perfectly adorable historical romance series! Years ago I fell in love with historical romance novels but I’ll admit that over the years, I have often pushed those to the back burner for other genres. So it was a pleasant surprise to pick one up that kept me engaged and connected, as well as craving more of this adorable family! Luckily for me, there are many more books in the series. I’ve heard 8-9, but I think it depends on whether you read the 2nd epilogues separately or not. Regardless, I’m officially on a mission!

Daphne, the oldest daughter and fourth child of Violet and her late husband, is being introduced into the ton with the sole purpose of finding a husband. Upon meeting the Duke of Hastings, otherwise known as the Devastating Duke, she formed a great friendship, but secretly wanted more. However, Simon is determined not to marry, even by threat of death! Will Daphne be able to force Simon to overcome his reservations and extreme disregard for marriage to find true love?

Even if you are not a huge fan of historical romances, this book begs you to grab it. And don’t forget that you can now watch the series on Netflix, so grab the book and grab a good cup of coffee…you’ll be there a while!

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