Tag Archive | Elizabeth Hoyt

Today’s New Historical Fiction Releases, #Not The Duke’s Darling & #A December with a Duke

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Don’t Miss Today’s New Fabulous Releases!

Not The Duke’s Darling & A December with a Duke

 

 

 

In Case You Missed My Reviews, The Links Are Below:

 

Not The Duke’s Darling by Elizabeth Hoyt—4.5 stars

Https://write-escape.com/2018/11/19/not-the-dukes-darling-by-elizabeth-hoyt-review-4-5-stars-netgalley

A December With a Duke by Collette Cameron—4.5 stars

https://write-escape.com/2018/12/16/a-december-with-a-duke-by-collette-cameron-review-4-5-stars

Duke of Desire by Elizabeth Hoyt–Book Review

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Elizabeth Hoyt’s Newest Historical Fiction Romance! — Duke of Desire– Coming 10/17/17—

 

The Duke of Desire is a dark, gritty, and captivating historical fiction romance.

Raphael de Chartres, the Duke of Dyemore returned home for one purpose, and that was to infiltrate the Lords of Chaos and bring them down. His depraved, now deceased, father, had once been the head of that vile organization. When Iris Jordan, a woman Raphael had secretly desired, was kidnapped, by the Lords of Chaos, Raphael was compelled to save her. He knew of all the horrid things that Iris would have to endure before the despicable group would end her agonizing torture and put her to death. Raphael couldn’t allow that to happen. It didn’t matter that Iris tried to murder him, or that he would never enjoy a consummated marriage with her; he just needed to keep her safe.

Iris couldn’t stop her traitorous heart from falling for Raphael, the man who forced her to marry him. Raphael considered himself a hideous and detestable man. How could he not be? He had his father’s evil blood running through his veins. Iris, however, knew differently. She just had to convince Raphael of that, before he sent her away, or ended up getting himself killed.

The Duke of Desire is an engrossing adult historical fiction romance. If you like dark and gritty, then this book is for you.

Thank you, Forever-Grand Central Publishing and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy.

~4 out of 5 stars~ Review by Peg Glover

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*Duke of Pleasure* by Elizabeth Hoyt

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New Captivating Release by Elizabeth Hoyt

Duke of Pleasure is a captivating, well-written, historical fiction romance.

Alf never lived anywhere beyond the stinking streets of St. Giles. The crime-infested area was home to Alf until she met and fell in love with the Duke of Kyle. The Duke hired her as an informant and brought her under his protection and into his home. He didn’t know, however, that Alf was not a male because that’s how Alf presented herself. During the day Alf dressed as a boy and worked the streets for her employers. Aristocrats, like the Duke of Kyle, hired her to spy and gather information. At night; however, Alf disguised herself as the mysterious Ghost of St. Giles and fought murderers, rapists, and thieves. She was fast on her feet and proficient with a sword. The Duke informed Alf that someone was trying to kill him. She knew this, of course, because she had fought his assailants, alongside him, dressed as the Ghost of St. Giles. All had gone well, that night, until the Duke kissed her.

Alf hid her heart. She knew that falling in love with anyone, especially a Duke would only bring her pain. If the Duke ever discovered that the woman he kissed, the Ghost of St. Giles, was the same person he hired as his male informant, he would be livid, and Alf’s heart would break into a million pieces. Secrets, however, have a way of becoming unearthed at the worse possible moments.

The Duke of Pleasure is an emotionally charged, character-driven, engrossing novel. It has a well-thought-out plot and realistic dialogue. I loved the story and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys historical fiction romance.

Many thanks to the publisher, and NetGalley, for my complimentary advanced review copy.

~5 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover