Review: One Night with a Duke

One Night with a Duke (12 Dukes of Christmas, #10)


Dashing Scot Jonathan MacLean never returns to the same town twice. The happy-go-lucky philanthropist seeks constant adventure… and is desperate to outrun his past. When a blizzard traps him in a tiny mountaintop village, he meets a woman who tempts him with dreams he’d long since abandoned: Home. Community. Love. But other people’s livelihoods depend on him leaving for good as soon as the snow melts.

Talented jeweler Angelica Parker has spent her life fighting for recognition. She’s Black, she’s a woman, and she will prove her creations are the equal to any artisan in England. With a contract anchoring her in place for seven years, she lands the project of a lifetime. There’s no room for error—or distractions. Such as the charming drifter whose warm embrace and melting kisses have become more precious than jewels… 

Rating: 4-stars


Erica Ridley is a talented writer. Her characters are charming and fun. The book is full of humor as well. Her story captures the time period accurately. I was surprised how real her books feel. Once again, this book, like her previous books, went by fast. One Night with a Duke tells how a jeweler working her way through society and a Duke who dreams of things he didn’t think he could have. Until her met her…

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