The Duke's Daughter: Destiny Romance

The Duke s Daughter Destiny Romance When handsome army officer Avery Fox unexpectedly inherits a fortune he instantly becomes one of the season s most eligible bachelors More accustomed to the battlefield he has no patience with the n

  • Title: The Duke's Daughter: Destiny Romance
  • Author: Sasha Cottman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When handsome army officer Avery Fox unexpectedly inherits a fortune, he instantly becomes one of the season s most eligible bachelors More accustomed to the battlefield, he has no patience with the naive debutantes who fill the ballrooms of London.Honest and impetuous Lady Lucy Radley is a breath of fresh air, guiding him through the season and helping him to avoid any tWhen handsome army officer Avery Fox unexpectedly inherits a fortune, he instantly becomes one of the season s most eligible bachelors More accustomed to the battlefield, he has no patience with the naive debutantes who fill the ballrooms of London.Honest and impetuous Lady Lucy Radley is a breath of fresh air, guiding him through the season and helping him to avoid any traps So when Avery is left with little option but to marry Lucy, he can t help but feel he s been manipulated Nor can he shake the feeling that a duke s daughter should be out of his reach.From the wildly beautiful Scottish Highlands to the elegant soirees of Paris, Avery and Lucy go on a journey that is full of surprises for them both But will their feelings for each other be strong enough to overcome the circumstances of their marriage and survive the ghosts of Avery s past THE DUKE OF STRATHMORE SERIES Letter from a RakeAn Unsuitable MatchThe Duke s Daughter

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    1. I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.This is book three in the "The Duke of Strathmore" series. Avery Fox has been hurt physically from a injury the got in war. Then his brother is killed and he is given his brothers title. Avery has been a soldier and not so much a person raised for a title. Lady Lucy Radley is looking for love in her marriage but she does want to help Avery get more familiar with the town and his title. But they accidentally fa [...]

    2. A charming little story set in some great places like Scotland and Paris. I liked that the Duke's daughter wasn't your typical miss and the hero wasn't comfortable being the "hero". Ms. Cottman did a great job of describing the area of Scotland for the books' setting, she made me want to be there. All in all, an entertaining read.**Thank you to the publisher and Net Galley in exchange of an honest review.**

    3. I believe this author has written three books up to yet, but wow, they are gold! I'm so pleased I found Sasha Cottman. I love her style of writing - its fresh and original. The characters are wonderful in this novel and I love the storyline, always interesting. Because this series is FAB, I would recommend reading from book 1. Start reading this series now!I'm so hoping that William will be the next book, and that someone will find William to love.

    4. *** I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.***This is story of Lucy and Avery both wanting to be loved, but unsure how to go about it. Lucy was raised with privilege and money, a daughter of Duke. She never worried if she was loved by her family. She knew. Raised by a loving father and mother, brothers and sister that loved her. She knew what she wanted in a loving relationship. She never wanted to just settle, she wanted someone that she knew she lov [...]

    5. Charming!The Duke's Daughter is a charming romance, with interesting and sweet characters, written by Sasha Cottman. If you love a delightful romantic story, then this book is perfect for you! Beautiful chemistry between Avery and Lucy! Their journey is set in London, Scotland and Paris. Just relax and enjoy this romantic story!I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!

    6. This book was a great Happy Ever After Regency Romance. I liked that the story took place in three different locations- London, Paris, and Scotland- but still no matter where the characters were location-wise we were still connected to them. The story is well written and read great. I felt like I was on the journey with them from start to finish. Awesome book!

    7. I received a copy of this book to review from Netgalley.I wanted to try one of Sasha Cottman's books as I had not read any before. The fact that this story is one of a series about a family will not spoil the reader's enjoyment, as the other characters are fully explained. (The Duke of Strathmore series). The cover is also attractive and appropriate. Lady Lucy Radley, the heroine, has seen her brothers and friends fall in love and marry. When she meets the new heir of Lord Langham, a family conn [...]

    8. Avery Fox has spent the last 15 years of his life in the Army only to come home on deaths door. When he finally recovers from his war wounds he is not only haunted by the man he killed on the battlefield but by the death of his evil brother. Upon finding out his brother had been murdered he learns he is now the heir to the current Earl of Langham. Lucy is the oldest daughter of the Duke of Strathmore. She is looking for a man who will share a love with her like her parents and brother have. When [...]

    9. This romance is great for some aspects but a bit uncertain for others.Lets start by saying that I do like Sasha Cottman a lot, Letter from a rake is still in my heart. She has quite the charming style and she creates interesting characters. However here the situation sometimes is a bit too protracted, for some aspects I appreciate that she spends many words in portraying the hero, but in some instances it was a bit too much, almost distracting. On the other side, in romances, I'm not a big fan, [...]

    10. The 3rd in the Duke of Strathmore 'Regency Romance' series is centred on Lucy, the sister of the heroes of Books 1 and 2. We have seen enough of Lucy in the previous 2 books to have got to know her quite well. She can't help herself, she is a meddler and when she meets the physically and emotionally scarred Avery Fox (the unexpected heir to the Earl of Langham), she sets her heart on improving him and helping him to fit into the 'ton'. Circumstances interfere and Avery and Lucy are thrown togeth [...]

    11. Author Sasha Cottman has been on my radar since I read and loved her debut romance two years ago. I had not had the chance to read her follow up book but I was delighted to know that a third story in the Strathmore series was out this year. I grabbed The Duke’s Daugher with the expectation of enjoying it just as much as I did the first book. In the end, however, the story and romance in it are too uneven for me to rate it higher than an average read.Please read the full review at Romantic Hist [...]

    12. I have been following this series with a great deal of enjoyment and Lucy Radley's story doesn't disappoint. I think she's my favourite heroine in the series so far and that's saying something because Sasha Cottman creates marvellous female leads. The Duke's Daughter takes us from London to Scotland then on to post Revolutionary Paris. Throughout it all there's rich period detail that delights. But at the heart of every Duke of Strathmore book is a hero or heroine that has a very unique and intr [...]

    13. This was a very sweet story. I really liked Lucy from the beginning and I grew to like Avery as well. Avery was a little hard to warm up to, his brother was a scoundrel, but he seemed almost unengaged with everything around him. Lucy was quite kind and helpful to him and was falling in love with him and he kind of dismissed her.This book ended up being sweet and had a good love story between Lucy and Avery after they cleared up a number of misunderstandings, too many in my opinion, but it was a [...]

    14. I liked this book a lot. I felt so bad for her that the two main characters. They were in love with each other but because of stubbornness they could not be together. They really had a lot to work out in this book, and it may have all worked out in the end. I do like happy endings. Enjoy the book, enjoy the author. I am off to find another book by Sasha Cottman that I can enjoy.

    15. I was so happy to see this book on my Kindle yesterday. It couldn't have come at a better time. As always, Sasha Cottman's penned a number that's left me with that big warm-fuzzy smile on my dial. Three words to sum this one up. 'I love Lucy!'

    16. This is a new author for me and the first book I read. She has a great flow to the book, it has romance, adventure and mystery to the bookis is the story of Lucy and Avery. When Avery inherits a fortune due to the death of his brother he becomes the most eligible bachelor. Avery was an Army officer. He ran away from an unloving family and join the Army he served 15 years but was injured in battle and discharged. Accustomed to the battlefield he has no patience with the young ladies wanting to tr [...]

    17. THE HEADLINING CHARACTER!!I recommend reading this series as a series. That makes all the characters fairly deep by the time you hit this book. It also fills in a large number of back stories. And the characters are deep. They have several layers each, and each reveals more layers in this book. The plot is simple, but the author's coverage of it is wonderful. I really enjoyed all three books, and I am hoping for more.

    18. Lucy's storyThis was a wonderful historical romance. It has just enough hot scenes to make it intriguing. The story line kept you interested. It was hard to put down until I was sure of Lucy and Avery's happily ever after. I usually like more suspense, but this story went a different way. I would definitely recommend it.

    19. Avery has been in the Army for fifteen years and has been hurt from an injury while fighting in the war. Then his brother killed and Avery is heir to the title of earl. Lucy was a daughter of a Duke and she knows she wants to love the man she marries like her parents love each other as well as her. Avery has never known love, his dad and brother were thieves Avery wasn’t. Avery had learned young not to trust and he carried that into adulthood. Lucy has offered to help Avery to become familiar [...]

    20. This is the latest in the Duke of Strathmore series and I enjoyed this as much as the first two. A good read, I particularly enjoyed it when the story moved to Paris. Lucy and Avery were well suited. Looking forward to the next book.

    21. Another enjoyable read from Sasha Cottman. Lucy Radley is a likeable heroine and Avery Fox is like tasting a fine wine - lots of layers to appreciate and discover!

    22. Not bad but not really my cup of tea either. I may have enjoyed it more if I'd read the first two books in the series but I'm not sure I care enough to go back and take a look at them.

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