He is a duke in search of a perfect bride.
She is a lady - but a long way from perfect.
Tarquin, the powerful Duke of Sconce, knows perfectly well that the decorous and fashionably slender Georgiana Lytton will make him a proper duchess. So why can’t he stop thinking about her twin... read more
Regency Historical. Brash, bawdy, and blessed with an irreverent sense of humor, full-figured Olivia Lytton is well aware that she's no "diamond of the first water," unlike her oh-so-proper twin sister, Georgiana. Indeed, her social-climbing parents continually remind her how fortunate she is... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Regency Historical. Brash, bawdy, and blessed with an irreverent sense of humor, full-figured Olivia Lytton is well aware that she's no "diamond of the first water," unlike her oh-so-proper twin sister, Georgiana. Indeed, her social-climbing parents continually remind her how fortunate she is to be (almost) betrothed to a future duke -- even one as dim-witted as Rupert. However, when Olivia meets Georgiana's intended, Tarquin Brook-Chatfield, the Duke of Sconce, Olivia rejects fate and follows her heart. Based on "The Princess and the Pea," The Duke Is Mine is the 3rd installment of Eloisa James' Happily Ever Afters series, which begins with the Cinderella-themed A Kiss at Midnight.
1. In Which We Are Introduced to a Future Duchess
2. In Which We Are Introduced to a Duke
3. In Which the Merits of Virginity and Debauchery Are Evaluated, and Debauchery Wins
4. That Which Is Engraved on the Heart of a Man (or Woman)
5. Events That Warrant No Introduction
6. Her Grace's Matrimonial Experiment Commences
7. Ineligible! And More So Every Moment
8. Defining the Qualities of a Fairy-Tale Prince
9. Introducing Lord Justin Fiebvre
10. One Should Never Underestimate the Power of a Twist of Silk
11. The Art of the Insult
12. The Merits of Scrambled Custards and Gooseberries
13. What It Means to Lead an Army
14. The Flight of the Cherry Kite
15. "Turdy-fancy-nasty-paty-lousy-fartical rogue!"
16. Various Anxieties Related to Children and Canines, but Not to Canapes
17. For Better, for Poorer, in Sickness and in Health
18. Madness, in All Its Forms
19. Much Spontaneous Kissing. And the Other Kind, Too
20. The Lucky Lady from Peedle
21. The Definition of Marriage
22. Wreathed in Glory
23. Why Heroes Are Not as Much Fun as Dukes
24. Gallic Mustaches, a Friend in Need, and the Spirit of Adventure
25. The Matter of a Parental Blessing
26. The Dangers of Poetry under the Moon
27. "And Miles to Go Before I Sleep"
28. One Putain, Two Putain ...
29. Lost Treasure
30. The Princess and the ...
31. The Bark of Cerberus
32. A Warrior and an Amazon
33. The Merits of Simple Words
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