The Perfect Duchess - AVAILABLE NOW!
The Perfect Duchess, the latest installment in Erica Taylor's The Macalisters series, is now available! Every duke needs a duchess. It is only fitting that the woman to melt the heart of Andrew Macalister, the brooding Duke of Bradstone, is Lady Clara Masson, the social outcast twin sister of the woman who jilted him!
After his fiancée elopes with a footman, Andrew Macalister, the brooding Duke of Bradstone, is hesitant to trust any woman ever again. It is only fitting that the woman to melt his heart is Lady Clara Masson, the social outcast twin sister of the woman who jilted him!
When Clara's life is threatened, Andrew does the only thing he can think of to protect her: proposes marriage. Despite having been in love with Andrew since childhood, Clara only agrees to the engagement to buy herself more time to escape her brother's murderous plans.
What begins as an engagement of convenience quickly turns to a passionate battle of wills between the stubborn duke and his distrusting fiancée.
With fate giving them a second chance at love, Andrew and Clara fight to trust in their love, and each other, before they are torn tragically apart.
Praise for The Perfect Duchess
"An exciting historical romance, "The Perfect Duchess" is a beautifully written love story, with promises of more to come in the upcoming series."
"I have a soft spot for good Dukes and this one is a great one for sure! . . . I loved the characters and could not put it down! I finished it in one sitting and would have been happy with more."
"[A] wonderful story of love that must and eventually triumphs. The story contains a smidgen of love/hate, danger and of course stubbornness. All the ingredients for a truly wonderful and happy ever after tale."
"From page one to the end, I laughed, smiled, got irritated and just rooted for the heroine and the hero. At times I became a little too involved and felt like I was standing there with them! One thing I must say about this author, she has a way of getting to my emotions. She is definitely talented and I cannot help but look for more of her writing."