Only a Duke Will Do (Paperback)
|Author: Sabrina Jeffries|
|This second seductive story in Jeffries's School for Heiresses trilogy--the follow-up to "Never Seduce a Scoundrel"--features the beloved star-crossed couple from the "New York Times" bestselling author's Royal Brotherhood series. Original.|
From the Publisher:
From New York Times bestselling author and "grand mistress of storytelling" (Romantic Times) Sabrina Jeffries comes the second seductive story in her School for Heiresses Series.
"You can't avoid him forever, Louisa. Just tell him you're not interested, and put an end to it."
-- Mrs. Charlotte Harris, headmistress
Marry? Never! It would end Louisa North's work with her ladies reform group -- and truth be told, she likes her independence very much, despite her royal father's protests. So when Simon Tremaine, the dashing Duke of Foxmoor whom she once loved -- and had exiled from England -- returns bent on marrying her, she's skeptical. Does he truly care for her, or does he simply want revenge? It's difficult to resist Simon's dangerous charms, because the fire between them still burns as hot as ever. But when his ulterior motive for marriage is exposed, along with the deeply buried secrets of his past, Louisa vows to make him pay . . . and the price will be his heart.
Returning from a five-year exile, Simon Tremaine, the Duke of Foxwood, the man she had once loved, proposes to independent Louisa North, but she is unaware that he has made a secret bargain with the king--her hand in marriage in exchange for a place in the royal government. Original.
Joining the Royal Brotherhood series with the School for Heiresses series, ONLY A DUKE WILL DO tells the story of Louisa North and Simon Tremaine, Duke of Foxmoor. Simon is willing to do anything to win the hand of the recalcitrant Louisa, despite the fact that she had him exiled to India. The independent-minded Louisa, reluctant to trust the man she once had punished, finds herself squelching feelings of burning desire as Simon's advances become more and more persistent.