Book Review

‘The Trouble with Dukes’ by Grace Burrowes

burrowes_thetroublewithdukes_mmBOOK BLURB: They Call Him The Duke of Murder…

The gossips whisper that the new Duke of Murdoch is a brute, a murderer, and even worse—a Scot. They say he should never be trusted alone with a woman. But Megan Windham sees in Hamish something different, someone different.

No one was fiercer at war than Hamish MacHugh, though now the soldier faces a whole new battlefield: a London Season. To make his sisters happy, he’ll take on any challenge—even letting their friend Miss Windham teach him to waltz. Megan isn’t the least bit intimidated by his dark reputation, but Hamish senses that she’s fighting battles of her own. For her, he’ll become the warrior once more, and for her, he might just lose his heart.

REVIEW: Reading one of Grace Burrowes books is like diving into a clear brook with your eyes wide open and gathering stones from the bottom of it, so that you can sort them out once you come up for air. The pleasure you get from both of those activities is priceless and you never want to let go of the experience.

This book starts a brand new series and what an awesome start it was. The characters were so real and personable, especially Hamish and Megan. Giving both of them real flaws made them complex and come to life. It was an utter pleasure watching them fall in love.

And if you are a fan of this author as much as I am, you will be thrilled to catch up with all the Windhams, especially the men of that family. They are vastly entertaining and will make you laugh out loud.

But just in case you’ve never heard of this author, have no fear. This story can be read as a stand alone, and is a perfect story to acquaint you with the writing voice of this amazing author.

Melanie for b2b

Complimentary copy provided by the publisher


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