LOVED BY A DANGEROUS DUKE by Collette Cameron - A Reader's Opinion


A Reader's Opinion

A lovely romance filled with charm!

LOVED BY A DANGEROUS DUKE, written by Collette Cameron, is a lovely romance because of the tension and chemistry between the hero and heroine.

I have no doubt her characters will make you laugh and giggle as they communicate together, and there are times when they will catch your heart.

When these two finally give up fighting and accept the feelings they have for each other, sparks burst everywhere!

Stanford, known as The Dangerous Duke, is a man who always has his way. He inherits a bankrupt duchy and it is finally time for him to find a duchess, but the one he desires does not want it at all. Ophelia is a determined woman who knows what she wants and she certainly doesn’t want him. However, life has a way of showing one their true path. She becomes compromised and she must now marry the man, whom she intends not to fall in love with. Is she lying to herself? Stanford’s past is resurfacing while Ophelia is in danger. Will this event bring them closer or tore them apart? Is their love strong enough to survive all these assaults?

This is the 13th story for the Seductive Scoundrels series.


Loved by a Dangerous Duke

Is she desperate enough to marry a man she loathes? Sadly, yes…

He always has his way…

Stanford is aware of his nickname, The Dangerous Duke—and it suits him just fine. Inheriting a bankrupt dukedom and rebuilding it taught him just how useless niceties were. Except now, he’s ready to choose a duchess, and the only one he deems suitable (and enticing) enough despises him. Perhaps he should reconsider the value of niceties…

She’s a most reluctant bride…

Ophelia Breckensole knows what she wants, and it is not Stanford. But fate plays into his hand when she finds herself unwittingly compromised. Now, she must wed or face ruination—and Stanford is only too pleased to help. So, she’ll marry him, but she won’t love him. Or so she keeps telling herself…

But Stanford and Ophelia have much more to overcome on their path to happily ever after than his austere nature and her vow to never love her husband. Stanford’s enemies are determined to make him pay for his past, and they’re willing to use Ophelia to do it. Can this fragile union survive such an onslaught?


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Historical Romance | Pub: July 20, 2021

Format Read: E-book | Source: Provided by the author

Reviewed by: Nicole Laverdure | Content/Steam Rating:* 4 Hearts

*4 Hearts—We're getting hot in here! These characters know how to have a good time. Lucky for us, they don't go into too much detail.

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