He refused to fall in love with his own wife. FOUR NIGHTS WITH THE DUKE @EloisaJames #amreading #romance #historical
"No, Your Grace, I will not live with you, dine with you—or sleep with you, even for four nights."
ABOUT THE BOOK:
As a young girl, Emilia Gwendolyn Carrington told the annoying future Duke of Pindar that she would marry any man in the world before him—so years later she is horrified to realize that she has nowhere else to turn.
Evander Septimus Brody has his own reasons for agreeing to Mia’s audacious proposal, but there’s one thing he won’t give his inconvenient wife: himself. Instead, he offers Mia a devil’s bargain… he will spend four nights a year with her.
Four nights, and nothing more. And those only when she begs for them. Which Mia will never do.
Now Vander faces the most crucial challenge of his life: he must seduce his own wife in order to win her heart—and no matter what it takes, this is the one battle he can’t afford to lose.
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"Historical romance at it's smart, poignant best." ~Kirkus Reviews
"wit is sexy and romance is smart." ~RT Bookreview
"Full of seduction and adventure, the characters jump off the page and into the readers' hearts." ~Fresh Fiction
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ABOUT ELOISA: A reviewer from USA Today wrote that she "found herself devouring [Eloisa's] book like a dieter with a Hershey bar"; People Magazine raved that "romance writing does not get much better than this." Eloisa wrote her first novel after graduating from Harvard, but alas, it was rejected by every possible publisher. After she got a couple more degrees and a job as a Shakespeare professor, she tried again, with much greater success. Over twenty best-sellers later, she teaches Shakespeare in the English Department at Fordham University in New York City. She's also the mother of two children and, in a particularly delicious irony for a romance writer, is married to a genuine Italian knight.