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    Free download The Disgraceful Duke Barbara Cartland Ò 5 Download The Disgraceful Duke (PDF) Well the duke certainly was disgraceful He came up with a dastardly plot to con the chief tan of a Scottish clan into leaving his money to his friend who had an unsuitable wife He hires the heroine for the job who joins in the plot with a few Oh this is so wrongs but she follows along none the less Add in a trusty maidservant drunken retainers a fire which almost kills the hero and the discovery the unsuitable wife was

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    The Disgraceful Duke (PDF) Barbara Cartland Ò 5 Download Free download The Disgraceful Duke Another faintly ridiculous and OTT romance by Ms Cartland this delivers on all the tropes you would expect If you go in thinking you

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    review ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Barbara Cartland The Disgraceful Duke (PDF) This is one of the first Barbara Cartland's novels that I read in high school as a part of my exploration of the historical romance genre It was uite exciting for my teenager self I love history lesson at school and so I felt educated by her novels Since reading her novels my daydreams changed setting usually to a British countryside set in Victorian era or during the Napoleonic warHowever after reading 3 of

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    The Disgraceful Duke (PDF) This book isn't as problematic as her other books but it isn't that great anyway It seems like the author has managed to do some research before writing itThe plot is underwhelming to say the leastEverything conveniently falls into place all the timeThe protagonist is as always a Mary Sue Her love interest is as always

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    review ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Barbara Cartland Barbara Cartland Ò 5 Download The Disgraceful Duke (PDF) This romantic historical novel still held some of the same magic as the numerous novels of Barbara Cartland I read as a teenager The novel was a sweet and fast read not especially challenging or original But nonetheless I still somehow liked it maybe I am a hopeless sucker for sweet romance

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    The Disgraceful Duke (PDF) Barbara Cartland Ò 5 Download Free download The Disgraceful Duke Barbara Cartland really could write romance novels DI mean it's no wonder she wrote several novels in a year It's a wonder no one has invented Barbara Cartland Romance Novel machine already D

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Free download The Disgraceful Duke

Free download The Disgraceful Duke Free download The Disgraceful Duke ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Barbara Cartland Shimona was face to face with the notorious Duke She had imagined an older man with slanting eyes arched eyebrows a long thin nose and pointed earsB. Well the duke certainly was disgraceful He came up with a dastardly plot to con the chief tan of a Scottish clan into leaving his money to his friend who had an unsuitable wife He hires the heroine for the job who joins in the plot with a few Oh this is so wrongs but she follows along none the less Add in a trusty maidservant drunken retainers a fire which almost kills the hero and the discovery the unsuitable wife was already married and we are entertained with standard BC nonsense All that is left is for the heroine to cure the hero with nothing but a jar of honey and the happily ever after ending What could you ask for

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The Disgraceful Duke

Free download The Disgraceful Duke Free download The Disgraceful Duke ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Barbara Cartland An expression that made her body tremble and her heart pound wildlyAppalled by her own ecstasy she blushed and turned from the Duke's penetrating ga. This is one of the first Barbara Cartland s novels that I read in high school as a part of my exploration of the historical romance genre It was uite exciting for my teenager self I love history lesson at school and so I felt educated by her novels Since reading her novels my daydreams changed setting usually to a British countryside set in Victorian era or during the Napoleonic warHowever after reading 3 of her novels I recognized a recurring pattern that Dame Barbara used in probably all of her novels After reading 7 I was sureIt s always about a vanilla heroine met a colorful and usually socially powerful hero The story may set in a different time and place few occasion it happens in a made up east European country But the plot is always the same The climax is always followed by having the heroine misunderstood something that makes her ran away SO then the last chapter was dedicated to describe the devastation that the girl experienced for loosing her true love Some promised herself that to never marry At last suddenly said true love came knocking her door Then they kiss a blissful kiss that made her hallucinate about angels paradise the light of heaven etc Then the endWell though it s fun to read one of her I d say if you re an adult don t expand your reading list with her books Nowadays we have writers as funny and smart as Julia uinn as elouent with words as Sherry Thomas and so many others who in the presence of cliched romantic scene still try to innovate their works Though of course having several explicit scenes made their works are not appropriate for children below the consent age or say your book club at churchAnyway Dame Barbara Cartland did matter greatly in this genre Well I think she was the one who create and used up all of the cliches in her hundreds penned novels

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Free download The Disgraceful Duke Free download The Disgraceful Duke ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò Barbara Cartland Ut as she looked across the room she saw not the devil she had anticipated but a surprisingly young extremely good looking manHe looked at her with. Another faintly ridiculous and OTT romance by Ms Cartland this delivers on all the tropes you would expect If you go in thinking you will get something different you will be disappointed Since I am very well aware of what I get when I pick up a Barbara Cartland romance I ended up enjoying this all the tropes which has made her one of my brain dead favourites are here The lovely na ve stammering heroine and the perfect heroOur heroine is named Shimona and she is the daughter of an obviously negligent father who is a theatre actor Ms Cartland once again somehow manages to find the worst names for her heroine Who names their kids this In England no less She also glosses over the autocratic and hypocritical nature of her father who has basically isolated his daughter and kept her na ve and clueless The heroine has no idea her life was different and that she might as well have been living on a desert island for all the contact the had with people Of course this is all to keep her pure and untainted Or something eually ridiculous Ah well I expected as muchHer hero was much better and he did a beautiful job grovelling near the end so I gave this a three stars as I did smile through the book I thought he was going to be an ass as he was trying to trick his relative but I didn t let things like morals bother me in the endAll in all a pleasant time pass Don t expect huge innovation but lovers of tropes or tripes will enjoy thisPs There were 8 pages of theatre history in this slim book I guess putting history in a historical is probably a good thing Maybe

  • Paperback
  • 153
  • The Disgraceful Duke
  • Barbara Cartland
  • English
  • 23 June 2020
  • 9780553103403