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Call Me Duchess

4.29  ·  Rating Details ·  14 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
A rapist is loose in London...and he has plans for Marguerite Wiggins.Grippingly suspenseful and romantic, CALL ME DUCHESS is one young woman's stunning journey to find love in 1870s London while a dashingly handsome chaperone, a heinous villain, and her own lofty aspirations stand in her way. Left penniless by their father, Marguerite Wiggins and her sisters must find ...more
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Published (first published January 4th 2011)
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Maggi Andersen
Feb 19, 2011 Maggi Andersen rated it it was amazing
Shelves: my-books
Set during the 1870s, Call Me Duchess is the second book in the Winwood series. When the four Wiggins sisters go to London to debut in society, Marguerite has already decided to marry the Earl of Wallingford. The way to make her dream come true is frustrated by her faux pas and the stealthy actions of a dispicable rapist whose identity is hidden from us until the end of the novel when Maggie Dove ties all the ends up neatly.

Dove's depiction of the period is excellent, her characters strongly dr
Jan 30, 2011 Sheila rated it it was amazing
Enjoyable read. As the Wiggins sisters go to London to find husband, Marguerite is set on marrying the Duke of Wallingford. As a serial rapist is taking is victims from the Ton, a bodyguard is hired and Marguerite has problems with her plans to marry the Duke. This is a romantic suspense. Keeps you guessing until the end.
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
Four months is not much time to find a husband, but the Wiggins girls, Winifred, Penelope, and Marguerite, face the challenge with determination. With their Aunt Elizabeth’s help, they dive into the London Season decked out to the nines. Each girl approaches the hunt with her own agenda, with Marguerite being the most ambitious. She plans to become the Duchess of Wallingford. Since an early age, she has been in love with the Duke of Wallingford, Phillip Lancaster—or at least with her image of ...more
The Project
Jul 10, 2011 The Project rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Feb 27, 2011 Babs rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Historical Romance, Mystery
Maggie asked me to read her book and let me tell you how excited I was to read it. Marguerite her sisters Penelope and Winifred are sent to their Aunt Elizabeth and Uncle John's to try and find husbands during the London season. Their father makes a list of what men they should seek out as he wants them to be rich. Archibald Wiggins has pawned or sold off everything they had even the house they were living in. They were happy to go to their aunts house as their cousin Samantha was engaged and ...more
Feb 16, 2016 Mirella rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Call Me Duchess is the second novel in the Windword Trilogy Series. The story takes place during the London Season in the late nineteenth century. It is a tale for four sisters whose father has squandered the family wealth. The sisters must find wealthy husbands during the London season or they will face severely reduced circumstances. Each sister sets out on her own search for a husband, but it is Marguerite who sets her sights higher than the others. She plans to become the wife of Phillip ...more
Kate's Reads
Dec 28, 2013 Kate's Reads rated it really liked it
"Call Me Duchess", by Maggie Dove is a Victorian romance with a touch of Gothic intrigue thrown in for good measure. The Wiggins' sisters, whose father has gambled away their savings and their home, are off to London to land husbands during one "London Season" or resort to life as governesses. Marguerite, the eldest, has long set her sights on the very eligible and wealthy Duke of Wallingford.

Meanwhile, there is a rapist targeting the ton and the sisters are put under the chaperonage of Aston Ja
Dec 02, 2011 GCB-LovesGoodBooks rated it really liked it
Shelves: historical, romance, ebook
This was a fun read. It was like some sort of Historical romance reality show. We got to see the best in some people and the worst in others to make for a most entertaining composition.

I did not know that this book was the second book in a trilogy. All the information that I needed for the story was right there. It was complete.

Her style is a bit unusual for me. Scene breaks were a bit jarring sometimes. Give me a line or just 3 *** to break the scenes up, it would have been great, thank you. Bu
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Jan 12, 2011 Maggie Dove rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I wrote it. What do you think I think? Great, wonderful, fabulous!
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