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By Tessa Dare

<span>What's a duke to do, whilst the lady who's completely fallacious turns into the girl he can't stay without?

Griffin York, the Duke of Halford, has no wish to wed this season--or any season--but his diabolical mom abducts him to "Spinster Cove" and insists he choose a bride from the women in place of abode. Griff comes to a decision to educate her a lesson that might finish the wedding debate ceaselessly. He chooses the serving girl.

Overworked and suffering, Pauline Simms doesn't dream approximately dukes. All she wishes is to hold up her barmaid apron and open a bookstore. That dream turns into possible whilst an boastful, sinfully appealing duke deals her a small fortune for a week's employment. Her tasks are basic: undergo his mother's "duchess training"... and fail miserably.

But in London, Pauline isn't a depressing failure. She's a courageous, quick-witted, beguiling failure--a girl who ignites Griff's wish and soothes the darkness in his soul. retaining Pauline by means of his part won't be effortless. no matter if Society may settle for a serving woman duchess--can a roguish duke persuade a serving lady to belief him along with her heart?</span>

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