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Refusing the Duke review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ç Felton Ludlow the Duke of Banshire has made a promise When a good friend clasped his hand and with his dying breath asked a favor “Promise me that you shall marry my dear sister Louisa Let me go to my Maker with just that much peace in my heart” “Yes of course Felton said the Her hand Louisa answers with a slap to his face Can Felton win over Louisa or will he have to watch her marry another Who is his handsome rival and is he all that he makes out Now that another man is involved Felton must discover is this just about a promise to a friend or has he lost his heart to love Find out in this clean and wholesome Regency romance by bestselling author Charlotte Darcy available for a short time at just 099 or FREE on Kindle Unlimited. I liked the story but the romance and ending were very rushed And the unbelievable amount of italicized words was distracting

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? Now Felton is back in London and will keep the promise he knows will ruin his life He will marry his friends very plain sister Louisa Downing However there is a problem he must overcome the last time he saw Louisa he teased and insulted the girl and he wonders if she will remember Soon Felton discovers that fate has played him a cruel hand Louisa is no longer the plain and ugly sister in fact she is the most beautiful woman of the season When he asks for. Men take longer to grow upThe war the death of a friend and age finaly allow felt on to Bevin life in an unselfish manner Marriage is selfless giving and Louisa at much younger age was mature enough to enter into a relation ship that put her spouse ahead of herself

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Refusing the DukeFelton Ludlow the Duke of Banshire has made a promise When a good friend clasped his hand and with his dying breath asked a favor “Promise me that you shall marry my dear sister Louisa Let me go to my Maker with just that much peace in my heart” “Yes of course Felton said the words knowing he would agree to anything to ease his friend's passing but still he could hardly speak for weeping I shall I will marry Louisa Anything for you my dearest friend?. Refreshingly RomanticI am somewhat abashed to admit the degree to which I found this book both charming and entrancing When did I begin to associate cleanliness and wholesomeness as dull and boring My apologies to both the author and those of you kind enough to take a few moments to read my reviews I have done a grave disservice to my fellow readers and an even worse disservice to the many varied and talented authors whose books I readBeing incapable of actually lovingly crafting the plethora of words available in the English language into something as magnificent as a written work of art I am uite simply ashamed of the presumption I possessedSo for what it's worth my humble heartfelt apologizes to my fellow readers and ALL the authors who admit us a uniue view into your hearts and souls Thank you thank you thank you