A Devil of a Duke

Zebra: Kensington. (Decadent Dukes Society, Bk. 2). May 2018. 304p. ISBN 9781420143928. pap. $7.99; ebk. ISBN 9781420143935. HISTORICAL ROMANCE
Although born into a family of high-class thieves and trained in the art, Amanda Waverly rejects it all and has taken a position as a female secretary (unusual for the times) to an eccentric, outspoken widow. But her past returns with a vengeance when her mother is kidnapped and the only hope is for Amanda to steal some valuable artifacts the perpetrator wants. With little choice, Amanda agrees, but one of her ploys attracts the attention of Gabriel St. James, Duke of Langford. Now the situation becomes romantic, a lot more difficult, and potentially dangerous.
VERDICT With a delectable blend of clever ripostes, scorching sensuality, and masterly plotting, Hunter's latest sees the most infamous of the Decadent Dukes fall head over heels in a satisfying romantic adventure. Hunter (The Most Dangerous Duke in London) lives in Pittsburgh.

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