From the back of the book:
How to Tempt a Duke?
By refusing to be tempted at all…
He’d returned from war a duke. No Rafael Daughtry was battling a force more terrifying than Napoleon’s army – his family. Thankfully, his childhood friend Charlotte Seavers had agreed – reluctantly – to a bargain. While Rafe would provide her with the home she’d lost, Charlotte would provide him with a chaperone for his unruly twin sisters.
But who would chaperone Rafe? For the feisty young girl he remembered had blossomed into a sensual woman – a woman whose haunting beauty and deeply kept secrets drew him like no other. Charlotte had good reason to mistrust men – yet could Rafe’s sizzling seduction convince her to give in to temptation?
This story was perfect. There was emotional plot lines, one in particular that made me cry, and a lot of funny moments as well. Rafe is a fun and interesting character. He returns from war a Duke, even though he wasn’t expecting it. The death of his Uncle and two cousins have left him next in line. Rafe isn’t ready to be a Duke and comes to rely on Charlotte to help him find his way and to help him deal with his younger twin sisters. The relationship between Charlotte and Rafe was funny, sweet, and romantic. I can’t wait to read the next story in the series about Rafe’s sister, Nicole. Although the story I’m really hoping we get to read at some point is Lydia’s story.
the book girl gives HOW TO TEMPT A DUKE by Kasey Michaels 5/5!
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