Author: Katharine Ashe

Donna’s Review: The Prince by Katharine Ashe

Donna’s Review: The Prince by Katharine Ashe

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Overall Rating: 5.00
There is a lot more going on in this book that I will not spoil. Mystery to solve, Libby’s issues and wondering if he’ll ever return to Scotland. Don’t worry, there is a HEA! I hope you’ll read this wonderful book. Katharine Ashe is an automatic buy for me.

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Donna’s Review: The Devil’s Duke Katharine Ashe

Donna’s Review: The Devil’s Duke Katharine Ashe

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This, in my opinion, is the best book Katharine Ashe has written and she has written some very good ones. We met Gabriel Hume, Duke of Loch Irvine, in the previous 2 books of this series, “The Rogue” and “The Earl”. Those glimpses didn’t begin to scratch the surface of the man you’ll come to know in “The Duke”.

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Donna’s Review: The Pirate and I by Katharine Ashe

Donna’s Review: The Pirate and I by Katharine Ashe

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Esme Astell loved Charlie Brittle, the printer’s son who worked across the street from the perfume shop she worked in. Charlie disappeared almost 2 years ago and is believed dead. She leaves London for Edinburgh to attend the Society of Perfumers meeting hoping to get a better job in Paris. Imagine her surprise when she sees Charlie alive!

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Donna’s Review: The Earl by Katherine Ashe

Donna’s Review: The Earl by Katherine Ashe

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This book is the 2nd of the Devil’s Duke series and the last, I think, of the Falcon Club series. I couldn’t put it down. The hard part for me in writing any review is to share my love of the story without giving too much away. I don’t like too many plot spoilers.

I have enjoyed the back and forth letters between Lady Justice and Peregrine, aka Colin Gray, now the Earl of Egremoor.

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Donna’s Review: The Scoundrel and I by Katharine Ashe

Donna’s Review: The Scoundrel and I by Katharine Ashe

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Katharine Ashe puts more story into a novella than some authors do a full length novel. This is a wonderful read and a gorgeous cover! It is part of the Falcon Club/Devil’s Duke series. It can be read as a standalone, but you might enjoy it more if you know about Lady Justice’s letters for the rights of the poor and women.

Posted February 13, 2017 by Felicia S in 2017 Read, Donna's Reviews, Reviews / 3 Comments
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