Malin’s #CBR5 Review #19: The Way to a Duke’s Heart by Caroline Linden

Charles de Lacey had a massive falling out with his father, the Duke of Durham, because when he was 22, Charlie wanted to marry a penniless girl of unsuitable family, and his father made sure the marriage never happened. Now Charlie’s father is dead, and he discovers that the late duke also had a youthful indiscretion, but that said impulsive marriage may cost Charles his title as duke, and make him and his younger brothers illegitimate. While his two brothers initially started trying to sort out the whole scandal, one through legal means and the other by tracking down the blackmailer, they’ve both gone and fallen madly in love with their new wives, demanding that Charlie himself save the ducal title, his estates and their fortunes.

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One thought on “Malin’s #CBR5 Review #19: The Way to a Duke’s Heart by Caroline Linden

  1. As always, I agree with your reviews. Charlie’s book was my least favourite, but I still thought he was wonderfully charming. Linden did a great job of creating 3 very different men and women for each book. I’ve had one of her earlier books sitting on my Kindle for months. I just can’t seem to get into it.

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