Sunday, January 30, 2011

Review: How to Marry a Duke by Vicky Dreiling

How to Marry a Duke
by: Vicky Dreiling
$7.99 mass market paperback
Grand Central Publishing
Historical Romance
Released: January 2011

Tessa Mansfield has no need for a husband.  Independently wealthy in her own right, she has decided to take on match making for the wallflowers of society. Imagine her surprise to find a Duke asking her to help him find a wife.

Tristan, Duke of Shelbourne, has an obligation to his title so he must marry to have his heir but he is tired of the constant fans dropping and giggling from the young debutants he is finding himself surround by, except for one beautiful woman who manages to match wits with him. He soon discovers the woman is a matchmaker things could not be better.

Tessa decides the best way to find a match that meets all of Shelbourne’s requirements she creates a contest of sorts. But, things begin to get out of control when it is Tessa that Tristan wants and as much as they fight the attraction she has a job to do and he has a duty to his family.

As they soon discover hiding their growing feelings and not acting on them is about to backfire on them while Tristan has made his choice in bride can he convince the woman who has stolen his heart they belong together.

In this debut book for author Vicky Dreiling she is off to an amazing start, HOW TO MARRY A DUKE as all the elements needed romance, humor, and two stubborn pig-headed people and their friends and family who love to help complicate things. I could not put it down it kept me turning the pages to see what kind of mischief Tessa and Tristan would get into next. I look forward to her next book.

Annette gives this book

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