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Released: June 22, 2010
Series: Stud Club #2
This was a really good book and I enjoyed it a little more then I did the first in this series One Dance with a Duke, I think this was because I preferred the characters of Rhys and Merry. I am a little bit of a sucker for a tortured hero, and Rhys definitely fit the bill with his heartbreaking childhood, self loathing and pinch of violence. And Merry, she was a stong female character and I liked that she didn’t give into Rhys straight away.
This also had a small secondary romance as well! I love a book that has a secondary romance! But, I was a little disappointed that we didn’t see Amelia and Spencer from the first book, I like to check in with previous HEAs make sure that all is well in paradise.
This was another great read in this trilogy, I don’t think this is going to be on my favourite books list, but it is worth reading if you want some quality historical romance.
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