Tuesday, November 28, 2017

#Review: A GOOD DAY TO MARRY A DUKE by Betina Krahn


4 of 5 stars
   
This is the first book I've read by Ms. Krahn. She is a talented author who has a knack for keeping the reader engaged to the last page. There are so many twists and turns in this book. After her disastrous debut in New York, Daisy Bumgarten bungled her New York debut badly and has been labeled a hoyden by the mistresses of the Four Hundred. Now she's trying to make amends to help her sisters be accepted by society. She's in England to find a titled husband, but like New York Society, she is not accepted in England either. A countess friend is helping her catch the eye of a duke, but who she catches is the duke's brother, Ashton Graham. Daisy is determined not to make any mistakes this time, but can she tame her traitorous heart and fall for the shy duke instead of his handsome brother?

I enjoyed this book and even the secondary characters took on a life of their own. I can't wait to read another Bumgarten sister's journey to married bliss.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. Although no fault of the author, the digital copy of the book lacked any formatting whatsoever and it made for a difficult read.

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