Karen Hawkins – Duchess diaries series

Like I said before I love books, which has a story mixed with romance and history. I can see that Karen Hawkins books are in top of the list. At least mine. Through all books you can laugh, be angry at characters, because they do some stupid things (he is in love with her, but he is so stupid, he can’t see it…), but in the end, for those with a romantic heart, you wish that something like that could happen to you. With little spicy romance, stolen kisses and true love, you will love this books. Characters are interesting, well described, story is not boring and you learn a lot about theirs families. Enjoy, laugh and dream with this books.

Genres: Historical romance, romance, regency, historical fiction.

About author: http://www.karenhawkins.com/ (and other books she wrote)

The Duchess Diaries series:

Book 1: How to capture a countess

Book 2: Princess in disguise

Book 3: How to entice an enchantress

Sumarry of book How to capture a countess:

Urged by her favorite nephew, the intimidating Duchess of Roxburghe agrees to transform a thorny Scottish rose into a lovely bloom. But even she isn’t prepared for fiery Rose Balfour.

At seventeen, Rose fell wildly in love with Lord Alton Sinclair, known as Lord Sin for his wicked ways. Stung by his indifference, the starry-eyed girl tried to win an illicit kiss, but then panicked and pushed the notorious rakehell into a fountain. Leaving Lord Sin floating among the lily pads to the mocking laughter of his peers, Rose escaped back to the obscurity of the Scottish countryside.

Six years later, Sin convinces his aunt, the Duchess of Roxburghe, to invite Rose to her annual house party, where he plans to get revenge by making Rose the laughingstock of polite society. To his astonishment, he finds she has become an alluring woman who threatens to turn the tables on his nefarious plans. Thus Sin and Rose begin an epic battle of the sexes that becomes more passionate at every turn. Eventually, one will have to surrender . . . but to vengeance? Or to love’s deepest passion?

Enjoy, M.


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