The Duke's Proposal

The Duke's Proposal

Fenella J. Miller / Apr 05, 2020

The Duke s Proposal Regency romance new title never published before Sweet Regency romance Miss Lydia Richmond has no wish for a husband However when The Duke of Stenning proposes she knows it would be foolish indeed to

  • Title: The Duke's Proposal
  • Author: Fenella J. Miller
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  • Page: 115
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Regency romance new title never published before Sweet Regency romance Miss Lydia Richmond has no wish for a husband However, when The Duke of Stenning proposes she knows it would be foolish indeed to refuse Will a marriage without love lead to heartbreak

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    About "Fenella J. Miller"

      • Fenella J. Miller

        Fenella Jane Miller was born in the Isle of Man Her father was a Yorkshire man and her mother the daughter of a Rajah She has worked as a nanny, cleaner, field worker,hotelier,chef, secondary and primary teacher and is now a full time writer.She has over twenty five Regency romantic adventures published plus one Jane Austen re telling and one YA romantic fantasye also Fenella Jane Miller


    400 Comments

    1. Historical English romance with a very young rich lady finding love with her very rich friend of her father, the Duke of Stenning. The whole story is set outside of London, in the countryside and the country estate of several very rich powerful titled people. Miss Lydia Richmond is not looking for a husband because she knows that she is rich and too young, but after a series of stupid actions by the older Lord Aubry, the Duke of Stenning. As I look back over the story and knowing that the Duke h [...]


    2. The Dukes proposalaI enjoy lighthearted romances that I don't have to remember complicated plot points and this was a winner in that respect. An enjoyable quick read!


    3. A sweet story. Ending was a bit abrupt, but I enjoyed reading this. I may be wrong, but I thought ladies could not marry their brothers-in-law at this point in history??3.5-4*



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