Someday My Duke Will Come

Isle of Synne Book 2

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Book 2

A fake engagement becomes the real thing in this historical romance that New York Times bestselling author Grace Burrowes calls “first-rate Regency fun!”

Lady Clara Ashford had no intention of ever getting married. A rogue took advantage of her innocence when she was young, and she’s spent her whole life trying to make sure no one finds out. But now that her sister is engaged, Clara’s well-meaning aunt has set her sights on Clara. Desperate to avoid the matchmaking schemes, Clara’s not sure what to do — until her neighbor, the new Duke of Reigate, shows up on her doorstep in need of her help.

Quincy Nesbitt reluctantly accepted the dukedom after his brother’s death, but he’ll be damned if he accepts his brother’s fiancée as well. The only polite way to decline is to become engaged to someone else — quickly. Lady Clara has the right connections and happens to need him as much as he needs her. But he soon discovers she’s also witty and selfless, and if he’s not careful, he just might lose his heart.

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Reviews for Someday My Duke Will Come

“A fake engagement to avoid an arranged marriage ends in wedding bells in Britton’s fantastic second Isle of Synne Regency romance…the couple’s dynamic is fun and flirty and their easy emotional connection will win readers’ hearts. Shame, redemption, and loyalty provide the backbone of this swoonworthy romance.”

~Publishers Weekly

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“The grief these characters have endured is palpable, but the joy they experience with each other is healing and beautiful. Their emotions and internal turmoil are convincing and poignant. Quincy and Clara learn not just how to be vulnerable with each other, but how to open themselves up to their closest loved ones and find comfort from their support. Moving and heartfelt.”


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