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Duchess By Night Reading Duchess By Night Author Eloisa James Bandcamptomp3.co.uk Tired Of Sitting On The Sidelines And Watching Everyone Else Have Fun, Widowed 27 Year Old Duchess Harriet Decides To Do A Little Pleasure Seeking Of Her Own Where Better To Begin Than At The House Of One Of The Most Disreputable Men In The Country, Lord Strange


10 thoughts on “Duchess By Night

  1. says:

    This book had many high points and some annoying points but overall it was a descent book Really sweet characters but at times it was just too lengthy when it didnt need to be Overall though the storyline was really good 3.4 stars


  2. says:

    I thought this one would be a snoozer, Harriet was always pretty yawn y in the other books, so imagine my surprise when the author took a bunch of cliches girl dressed as guy anyone and made it sooo good I really really enjoyed these characters MUCH than I thought of Other than a somewhat MEH ending which actually I think is the only weakness in these books, the endings are always so HEA anti climactic since they re stand alone and you know they re gon...


  3. says:

    This audiobook was a romantic comedy set in the Ton.Widower Duchess Harriet Berrow is still coming to grip with her husband s suicide over his failure as a chess gamer when she decides to aid her friend, another Duchess, in a plan to lure her husband back to London.The plan involved Harriet dressing up as man named Harry Cope and accompanying her friends to reside at Lord Jem Strange s estate.Part of the amusing part of this story was trying to pull off the ruse as well as the inner musings of Lord Jem who found himself attracted to Lord Cope I chuckled often and I enjoyed the personal growth of Jem and Harriet It made me think of transgendered people in the Ton and the sheer terror it would have been for them This story wasn t about that but I...


  4. says:

    After reading too much paranormal romance I decided to take a break and try something else, you know, change the air and all that, and I thought that a historical romance will do just fine Having already started this series I was a bit reluctant at first because I got a bit meh towards the previous book, An Affair Before Christmas, and I was afraid that this one won t be so good also A friend of mine insisted on it and told me a bit about what happens in the story and I became excited Now, after finishing it, I have to admit that I loved it.The aspect I love most in this book was the same that made me start reading it a woman going under disguise as a man I always thought it would be fun doing something like that and I wished many times that I could be able to infiltrate an all male crew and just spy on them for a couple of days Maybe even join in Oh the fun The story went really well with this, there were many moments where Harriet got herself in really funny situations and it was so enjoyable I respect and admire Eloisa James for her unique writing skills and her great talent of creating the best set of dialogues I ve ever encountered so far Her humor is just great and her stories, even though they re simplistic, manage to suck you in and entertained you from start to end.Duchess...


  5. says:

    Harriet, Duchess of Berrow, is lonely so she dresses as a man to go to a wicked party with her friends Lord Justinian Strange hosts these wicked parties and mostly ignores everyone Except the new party goer who is just distracting Once he figures out that Harry is a lady suddenly his boners are A OK So then there s sex and also feelings because what kind of romance novel would this be without those 1 This was better than I was expecting, which sets the bar low where it belongs and doesn t mean it was great which it kind of wasn t But I didn t want to put it down, which means something 2 The undercover element of Harry s disguise felt kind of unnecessary Why couldn t she go as a woman again It was just this big unnecessary thing that made the first half of the book feel reallyoff kilter 3 That said, I thought the chemistry between Harry and Jem was pretty engrossing I was into it 4 Eugenia was such a monster I would read her book 5 I didn t quite follow why Harry decided to turn against Jem s lifestyle Like, in theory ...


  6. says:

    Duchess by Night is my second Eloisa James book and I again thoroughly enjoyed it It was very funny and witty especially the horseback riding and fencing lessons I read the first in this series, Desperate Duchesses, and then this one so I already knew the heroine, Harriet d b a Harry in this book I really felt bad for her as she s a widow, her husband committed suicide, and her life is in limbo some people blame her for his death, she feels tons of guilt and sadness, and leads a very lonely life The only thing she really has going for her is she works in the court and she has her girlfriend, Jemma I love Jemma and can t wait to read her story she reminds me of Gigi from Private Arrangements Also, Villiers is in this story again and I m dying to read his story too Basically, Harriet needs to find some excitement in her life, do something different and un duchess like Her friend, Isidore, who is married, but never met her husband, also wants to do something wild and cause a scandal So they come up with this idea to go to Lord Strange s house party he s the hero, also goes by the name of Jem, has an 8 year old daughter, and his wife dies in childbirth , which is basically so scandalous that Isidore hopes it will bring her estranged husband back from his travels abroad so she too can start her life These poor girls So Villiers will go with them to the party even though he s been ill, recovering from dueling incident , but the catch is Harriet...


  7. says:

    This one took me a while to get into Despite my love for Alanna, I m not the biggest fan of romances where the woman disguises herself as a man There s too much deceit inherent in the premise and too much, Oh noooo, I m attracted to a man But it did eventually grow on me I like the relati...


  8. says:

    4 Stars I really liked this book One reason was that there were less characters than the previous book and focused on the single story, with only one main side story I loved Harriet, her character was delightful to watch evolve through the book Jem to...


  9. says:

    Re read September 2016


  10. says:

    I don t often read romances but decided to play in a challenge this month on goodreads a big romance feast during the season of love, Spring, and in particular September A little way in, I kept thinking I have heard of these characters and thought I was reading a book I had previously, only to discover I did previously read a book by the author that appears to follow on from this and enjoyed it greatly I was drawn into this out of a few I had on hand because of the dedication to Georgette Heyer and the following I couldn t get my character into clothing at all without help I was flipping through the pages of this story rather quickly, oddly intrigued, not for the first time about a woman dressing up in men s clothing, because of the humour the author brought to the narrative I laughed a few times out loud Even repeated a couple of lines to my husband I was held captive until the time the hero admitted he knew the heroines sex, then something fell flat to me once the sex scenes started I don t have any issue with sex scenes in books, and there is really nothing in this book that would cause alarm, but I found myself thinking that I couldn t see that charisma, or attraction between the characters for me to lose or suspend my belief throughout tho...


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