Author: Kerrigan Byrne

Donna’s Review: How to Love a Duke in Ten Days by Kerrigan Byrne

Donna’s Review: How to Love a Duke in Ten Days by Kerrigan Byrne

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Read for Review (NetGalley) Overall Rating: 5.00 Lady Alexandra Lane, Lady Francesca Cavendish and Cecelia Teague created the Red Rogues Society so they could read the books they wanted and drink wine while at a school in Switzerland. They are ready to graduate when the headmaster raped Alexandra. The girls killed and buried him with the help of the groundskeeper Jean-Yves who Cecelia hired as her protector. Ten years later the girls reunite for Francesca’s wedding and to find out why she is in danger. Alex takes the train to her destination to discover no one has yet arrived to take her to the estate. While watching a horse be unloaded, it escaped and was frightened. She grabbed the horse’s rope, talked to and turned him in circles to calm him. A man she assumes is the trainer took the horse from her. She finds out later he is the Duke of Redmayne, (Piers Atherton) Cecelia’s betrothed. The next morning the women go to the ruined medieval fortress to look for artifacts. Piers discovers them and luckily sees a glint of metal. They get down but can’t tell who shot at them. Francesca doesn’t want to marry Piers and vice […]

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Donna’s Review: The Duke with the Dragon Tattoo by Kerrigan Byrne

Donna’s Review: The Duke with the Dragon Tattoo by Kerrigan Byrne

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Overall Rating: 5.00
Kerrigan Byrne writes wonderfully complex books that leave the reader feeling every emotion – love, hate, sympathy, worry, anger, laughter, joy and wraps them all in a great read with a HEA.

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Donna’s Review: The Duke by Kerrigan Byrne

Donna’s Review: The Duke by Kerrigan Byrne

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I could not put this book down! The characters, the plots, the (to the best of my memory) accurate historical facts make this a keeper. The writing is wonderful and you feel the characters’ emotions. It’s a wild ride to the HEA.

Imogen Pritchard works as a nurse by day and as a waitress at a bar/brothel to pay off her father’s gambling debts to the bar’s owner. She is supporting her mother and younger sister. One night a group of soldiers come in to celebrate. She catches the eye of one soldier, the new Duke of Trenwyth, who has just buried his family and is leaving on his last assignment. He offers enough money for her to pay a good portion of her debt and she agrees as she is attracted to him.

Posted February 6, 2017 by Felicia S in 2017 Read, Donna's Reviews, Reviews / 5 Comments
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