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Between the Duke and the Deep Blue Sea by Sophia Nash
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Feb 16, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: historical-romance, humor
Read in February, 2012

I adore the writing of Sophia Nash, and I am so excited that she has created a new series, "The Royal Entourage"! "Between the Duke and the Deep Blue Sea" features a half-French and totally charming hero, Alex Barclay. When he rescues lovely and lively Roxanne Vanderhaven from a murder attempt by her own husband, his own life is turned topsy-turvy in a most delightful manner. Banished to the country by the Prince Regent after a fateful night of debauchery, Alex is ordered to restore his own familial home and find a suitable bride. He is beset by all manner of marriage-minded females, put upon by his own great aunt, and tempted by the intelligent and enticing Roxanne, whom he is sheltering in his home. Roxanne is hiding out from her heinous husband, watching and waiting as he goes about "mourning" her and even going through with her funeral, which she secretly attends. Roxanne and Alex have a fiery attraction, complete with verbal sparring, deep, delicious kisses, and an unexpected yearning for mutual happiness. Sophia Nash has a undeniable talent for creating marvelous historical romance, with involving characters and intriguing, immensely enjoyable story lines. I look forward with great relish to the further romantic adventures of "The Royal Entourage". Highly recommended!

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