Sunday, 29 March 2009

The Taming of The Duke by Eloisa James


The Taming of The Duke by Eloisa James
(Essex Sisters 3)

I didn't even know that there were two other books about the main characters sisters, and you really don't have to know that to read this book.

Lady Imogen Maitland is a widow and in the position of taking a lover. A man who knows how to keep quiet.

But she is still under the watchful eye of her former guardian, rafe, the duke of Holbrook. he believes that she still needs someone who watches her. But she laughs at the idea that a lazy drunk of a man can do anything. Why should he have anything to say what she is doing.

Then the illegitimate brother shows up, and Gabriel is everything Rafe should be. and they even look the same. He interests her and he would suit perfectly for her need. He agrees to escort her to a play in disguise, but who is it really she is with, Gabe or Rafe?


I needed some fun and this was just the right book for that.

I wans't sure that a could like drunk who wasn't described in a nice way, but I did started to like him. Imogen was an allright heroine, but dunno if I liked her or not. I guess I did because I wanted her to get a happy ending, and get her ideas of affairs out of her mind. And then I learned about her previous marriage. An to get back to Rafe, I have sure not read about a drunken hero before, and it's not like they had AA meetings back then.


The brother Gabe, well he was kind of boring, and not onyl because he was a professor of divinity. Reading about her sisters Annabell and Tess, well that made be wanna read her two other books. And i guess I want to know what will happen to the fourth one, Josie. Oh and Griselda needs some loving too.


This book fitted my needs, regency and romance. I smiled, and giggled. I actually liked it a lot. She has an easy way of writing, and that makes it easy to read too. A good book when you don't wanna think at all, just get lost.


3,5/5


The two other books are:
Much ado about you
Kiss me, Annabell

8 comments:

  1. I love books that will help me to just escape from the real world. Sounds like you found a good one.

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  2. Thank you so much Yvonne :D
    I am truly honoured.

    And it was a very nice escapee book

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  3. It's been a while since I've read any erotica.

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  4. For me too, I have mostly been reading fantasy and chick-lit for some time now

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  5. What a fun book! I love Regencies!! I'm going to head over to PaperBack Swap and add this one to my wish list.

    By the way - did you change your color scheme? I love all the pink - it is very warm and inviting. :)

    ~ Wendi

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  6. Wendi, :D
    Now, it has always been this pink. Dunno why I fell for the colour, it think it went well with my header. And it does feel nice :)

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  7. I love the way you have displayed your awards. I've never seen that done.

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  8. Tea,
    Those slides are lovely, Check them out :)

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