Review: The Duke’s Stolen Bride

The Duke's Stolen Bride (The Rogue Files, #5)


An urgent dilemma…

To save her impoverished family, Marian Langley will become a mistress. But she will not be just any mistress. Marian intends to become so skilled, so coveted, that she can set her own terms, retaining control over her body and her fate. Only one problem remains: finding a tutor…

A scandalous solution…

Other men deprive themselves of pleasure for propriety’s sake. Nathaniel, Duke of Warrington, would much rather be depraved. He slakes his desires with professionals who ask nothing of him but his coin. Marian’s proposal—that he train her without taking her virtue—is an intriguing diversion, until their lessons in seduction spin out of control.

And a most unlikely duchess…

When Marian is blackmailed into engagement by a man she despises, Nate impulsively steals her away. Though he never intended to take a wife, he can’t tolerate the idea of Marian forfeiting her freedom to another. But can he bear to give her what she demands—a real marriage?

Rating: 4.-5-stars


The Duke’s Stolen Bride by Sophie Jordan is a sensual adventure packed with action. This is one hot historical fiction novel. The romance blossomed quickly. Their lessons in seduction escalated far hotter than either one of them expected. Their hearts were destined yet so much was at risk. A young woman left her great position as a governess to help support her family. With no money, her family was destitute. An ugly yet older man deemed it his right to propose to Marian. If she doesn’t marry him everything that her family needed will be gone. Then, she’s told about seducing men. From there, she meets a Duke. One hot and intense man whose heart was broken. He feels nothing and everything at the same time. Marian held the key to not only his happiness but hers too. Overall, I loved there characters. They quickly grabbed and held my attention. The action was fast-paced and so was the emotional rollercoaster ride. I could not put this book down.

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