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The Duke's Challenge By Fenella J. Miller,

  • Title: The Duke's Challenge
  • Author: Fenella J. Miller
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Charlotte Carstairs has no choice but to seek out her estranged grandfather, Lord Thurston, the Duke of Lenster, and ask for his help Without it she and her siblings will be destitute.Major Jack Griffin, a disfigured and dissolute Napoleonic war veteran, now holds the title and is determined not to allow Charlotte and her family to remain at Thurston He offers her an impCharlotte Carstairs has no choice but to seek out her estranged grandfather, Lord Thurston, the Duke of Lenster, and ask for his help Without it she and her siblings will be destitute.Major Jack Griffin, a disfigured and dissolute Napoleonic war veteran, now holds the title and is determined not to allow Charlotte and her family to remain at Thurston He offers her an impossible challenge Charlotte and the children can remain if she can improve the dilapidated house and poor estate withing two months She has no choice but to accept.Despite his many faults Charlotte is drawn to Jack As their love grows there are sinister forces working to ruin their plans Can they unmask the murderous plotters before they lose everything
    The Duke s Challenge Charlotte Carstairs has no choice but to seek out her estranged grandfather Lord Thurston the Duke of Lenster and ask for his help Without it she and her siblings will be destitute Major Jack Griff

    One thought on “The Duke's Challenge”

    1. English historical romance with a disfigured only his face war veteran become a Duke of a ruined estate falls in love with an orphaned distant family member who has become his ward with the death of her mother who was the estranged daughter of the original Duke.Miss Charlotte Carstairs must find a place to live and care for her two younger siblings when her mother dies and orphans them She is a tough girl of 19 because she spent her childhood following the drum because her father was a Major in [...]

    2. The sporadic typos and conflicting age details of the kids started to bother me after awhile Felt like there was a bit too much trying to go on all at once in some places, and the happily ever after ending was a bit abrupt and too convenient.Overall, it was ok, but nothing I d recommend.

    3. Pretty good I was expecting but I guess it was decent to entertain reading it though I wish it would had I love the characters and I guess I like it.

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