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Twin Peril (The Six #5)
by Susannah Carleton (Goodreads Author)
The Duke of Fairfax is searching for a suitable wife who will love him for him, not his money. Lady Deborah fills this requirement, but her equally beautiful twin has some tricks up her sleeve. Original.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 2nd 2005 by Signet
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The first thing you should know about this book is that it is number 4 in a series called "The Six" The Six are a group of musical women who have formed a group by that name. The books are written in pairs, so that "A Scandalous Journey" takes place at the same time as "The Marriage Campaign" and this book, "Twin Peril" occurs during the events of "A Rake's Redemption." It is not necessary to read them in order, but it is helpful to understanding the motivations of the minor characters. In the b ...more
This book is a companion to A Rake's Redemption and the final volume in The Six series. Michael Winslow, the Duke of Fairfax is being pressured by his grandmother to choose a Duchess. Michael, a shy, scholarly man, would rather have a wife and companion than choose a bride for her family and wealth. Michael has one lady in mind for his bride, Lady Deborah Woodhurst. Deborah also likes Michael for his own sake rather than his title. He is kind and shares her interest in music, but she isn't sure ...more
Jun 08, 2008 Writerlibrarian rated it 3 of 5 stars
This one was more interesting if only because the villain of the story is interesting and alive. Diana vows to get a better husband than her twin and sets her sights onto the only Duke available. Unfortunately for her, Fairfax, unlike most of the people except for her family can tell her and Deborah apart. Of course Fairfax falls for Deborah and they live ever after but it's Diana that drives the plot, the action. I kinda wish Carleton would have written the "Diana" book but she hasn't published ...more
Susannah Carleton discovered Regency romances at the ripe old age of 33 and promptly fell in love, since life among the ton in Regency England is such a diverting change from that of an engineer. She lives in the Chicago area with her husband, and when she isn't reading or writing or reviewing books, she loves to knit.More about Susannah Carleton...
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