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The Duke's Mistress
Ann Elizabeth Cree
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The Duke's Mistress

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Hell Hath No Fury Like a Scorned Duke.

Lady Isabelle Milborne would pay in hell for her treachery--even if he went there with her! Three years ago, Belle had participated in her late husband's wager, which had ruined Justin, the Duke of Westmore. And now the duke would stop at nothing to see justice served....

But the stricken expression on Belle's face when Justin made his
ebook, 288 pages
Published April 16th 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published October 4th 2002)
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Undemanding read. The author really bent over backwards to avoid making either the hero or the heroine actually bad, meaning that the first chapter is virtually incomprehensible in the complexity of its set-up. There is a lot of non-communication. Overall, though, the book had to fit into the parameters of a category romance and given that, it was pretty readable.
Apr 17, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I fell in love with this story and its plot.
This poor girls puts up with so much and manages to remain humble and still give her heart.
It is very easy to feel lonely and pain for her when she is ruined privately and publicly in London.
I do wish I was able to read more about her husband and wish that she had gotten some retribution when he was alive.
This is a great read for anyone with a romantic heart.
Aly is so frigging bored
I had this book for some time so I decided to read it. It was so weird... Some of it didn't make any sense to me.
The villains were so truly, completely villainous. No gray here. Recommend.
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Ann Elizabeth Cree finished her first historical romance, A Bargain With Fate, while on maternity leave with her first child. In 1995, A Bargain With Fate won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award for bestunpublished Regency Romance. Harlequin Mills and Boon later bought the book and it was published in 1998.

Since then, she has published six other historical romances with Mills and Bo
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