Why Do Dukes Fall in Love?: A Dukes Behaving Badly Novel

Mass Market Paperback | July 26, 2016

byMegan Frampton

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In Megan Frampton’s captivating new Dukes Behaving Badly novel, we learn the answer to the question:

Why do dukes fall in love?

Michael, the Duke of Hadlow, has the liberty of enjoying an indiscretion . . . or several. But when it comes time for him to take a proper bride, he ultimately realizes he wants only one woman: Edwina Cheltam. He’d hired her as his secretary, only to quickly discover she was sensuous and intelligent.

They embark on a passionate affair, and when she breaks it off, he accepts her decision as the logical one . . . but only at first. Then he decides to pursue her.

Michael is brilliant, single-minded, and utterly indifferent to being the talk of the ton. It’s even said his only true friend is his dog. Edwina had begged him to marry someone appropriate–—someone aristocratic . . . someone high-born . . . someone else. But the only thing more persuasive than a duke intent on seduction is one who has fallen irrevocably in love.

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In Megan Frampton’s captivating new Dukes Behaving Badly novel, we learn the answer to the question:Why do dukes fall in love?Michael, the Duke of Hadlow, has the liberty of enjoying an indiscretion . . . or several. But when it comes time for him to take a proper bride, he ultimately realizes he wants only one woman: Edwina Cheltam. H...

Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 1 inPublished:July 26, 2016Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062412825

ISBN - 13:9780062412829

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An intelligent, practical heroine who will do anything for her daughter and an arrogant, lonely hero finally give in to passion and, eventually, completely “illogical” love in a story made sweeter by the presence of a charming child and a wonderful lummox of a dog.