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I Dared The Duke is an enjoyable and fun read.
The Duke of Blackshire needed to convince his grandmother that it would be in her best interest to leave London.
Beth couldn’t be happier with her position as a companion for Alexander Savage’s grandmother. The dowager duchess depended on her and Beth loved to be needed. Although Beth didn’t care for living in the same house as the notorious rake, Alexander Savage, the Duke of Blackshire, Beth doubted that their paths would cross often enough to be bothersome. She was wrong.
The moment the Duke laid eyes on Beth he wanted her out of his house. He didn’t need another complication in his life. Beth, however, presented him with, an enticing compromise. She told the Duke that she would help him persuade his grandmother to move out of London, if he granted her three wishes. The fact that Beth thought the Duke didn’t want to spend time with his grandmother was laughable. The Duke adored his grandmother. So instead of Beth being fired, she became the Duke’s ally. Their agreement, however, brought Beth and the notorious rake together, for too many hours, too often, for them to keep their hearts from falling for one another. Although, this book is not entirely realistic it is entertaining, humorous and very well-written.
Thank you, St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy.
~5 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover