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Deceiving a Duke [PDF / Epub] ✅ Deceiving a Duke By Ryleigh Stone – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Life is tough for a girl like Clarissa Born into the lower class of society and spit upon by all those above her it didn’t seem as if life held much in store for a woman of her status But all of tha Life is tough for a girl like Clarissa Born into the lower class of society and spit upon by all those above her it didn’t seem as if life held much in store for a woman of Deceiving a PDF or her status But all of that was soon to change As a day arrives when the youthful lass discovers a discarded letter adorned with ornate markings right on the side of the street Upon opening the fancy missive she learns that it is indeed a marriage proposal – only not addressed to her It just happens to be for another woman one who has never met the husband to be referenced in the letter With nothing to lose Clarissa decides to reinvent herself in the likeness of an upper class lady and travel to meet the mysterious man surprisingly it turns out that he is not only very wealthy but also a terribly handsome young and seductive fellow A Duke at that However when the original woman receives news of this treachery – it sets off a chain of events that threatens to ruin Clarissa’s wonderful fantasy and unravel a host of family secrets Will she flee or fight for the fortuitous love that sprang about through her passionate masuerade.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 226 pages
  • Deceiving a Duke
  • Ryleigh Stone
  • English
  • 27 May 2015

6 thoughts on “Deceiving a Duke

  1. Al *the semi serial series skipper* Al *the semi serial series skipper* says:

    I started this book against my better judgment After reading the blurb i was intrigued the poor ratings did not deter me even though i had never heard of this author Never againThis was a variation of the Cinderella story only she was DrezillaAnastasia She assumedssomeone's identity out of spite she stole for revenge That's not who i want my heroine to be She was uneducatedunpolished the duke had to teach her how to use the proper cutlery she cried a lotShe had tears in her eyes a lot I can't even fathom how this worked She kept blurting out things about herself when she was pretending to be someone else things i think the Duke should have found suspiciousodd She says she's a seamstress and would like to open a shop and he doesn't even bat an eyelid She tries to slurp soup from the bowl and he thinks it's because her guardians were lax in raising her Are you kidding me? How obtuse can you be

  2. Stephanie Oldham Stephanie Oldham says:

    Good StoryBut The story was good but the typos were abundant It made for a challenging read I was a little disappointed

  3. Tonileg Tonileg says:

    Cute historical English romance between a reclusive Duke and a smart seamstress with on future in LondonClarissa is smart a hard worker but other then her dying mother her life has been a huge disappointment and a series of being used by her father and her employerClarissa gets a chance to something better and then goes for it because there is nothing left in London when her mother dies The Duke is a cardboard hero but Clarissa gets a full character development and adventure in this story There is a HEA but it is much too coincidental226 pages and kindle freebie2 stars

  4. Louiseann Walter Louiseann Walter says:

    What a SurpriseThe book about the duke was great and a different spin on the high society of London I really enjoyed but the bonus book was great That doctor was at the asylum too long but at least he knew a gem when he saw her and I am glad she had a happy ending

  5. lynn lynn says:

    Fantastically writtenWow what a writer 2 stories in one book both written in depth that I felt I was feeling what the main characters were feeling so much so that I couldn't put it down Well written

  6. Nancy Nancy says:

    Potential to be a good book but poor editing and grammar with a plot that isn't consistent makes it hard to read

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6 thoughts on “Deceiving a Duke

  1. Al *the semi serial series skipper* Al *the semi serial series skipper* says:

    I started this book against my better judgment After reading the blurb i was intrigued the poor ratings did not deter me even though i had never heard of this author Never againThis was a variation of the Cinderella story only she was DrezillaAnastasia She assumedssomeone's identity out of spite she stole for revenge That's not who i want my heroine to be She was uneducatedunpolished the duke had to teach her how to use the proper cutlery she cried a lotShe had tears in her eyes a lot I can't even fathom how this worked She kept blurting out things about herself when she was pretending to be someone else things i think the Duke should have found suspiciousodd She says she's a seamstress and would like to open a shop and he doesn't even bat an eyelid She tries to slurp soup from the bowl and he thinks it's because her guardians were lax in raising her Are you kidding me? How obtuse can you be

  2. Stephanie Oldham Stephanie Oldham says:

    Good StoryBut The story was good but the typos were abundant It made for a challenging read I was a little disappointed

  3. Tonileg Tonileg says:

    Cute historical English romance between a reclusive Duke and a smart seamstress with on future in LondonClarissa is smart a hard worker but other then her dying mother her life has been a huge disappointment and a series of being used by her father and her employerClarissa gets a chance to something better and then goes for it because there is nothing left in London when her mother dies The Duke is a cardboard hero but Clarissa gets a full character development and adventure in this story There is a HEA but it is much too coincidental226 pages and kindle freebie2 stars

  4. Louiseann Walter Louiseann Walter says:

    What a SurpriseThe book about the duke was great and a different spin on the high society of London I really enjoyed but the bonus book was great That doctor was at the asylum too long but at least he knew a gem when he saw her and I am glad she had a happy ending

  5. lynn lynn says:

    Fantastically writtenWow what a writer 2 stories in one book both written in depth that I felt I was feeling what the main characters were feeling so much so that I couldn't put it down Well written

  6. Nancy Nancy says:

    Potential to be a good book but poor editing and grammar with a plot that isn't consistent makes it hard to read

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