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ced5a5f5e9 I also was really taken by the first chapter, where Dare deftly fills in Charlie's bio, and the backstory from the first two volumes, without it feeling like an info dump. So brava, Madame Linden, on another fine trilogy. It’s what I expect from Caroline Linden, and she does not disappoint. Even though he seems more amused than offended, Tessa knows her remark was ill-judged, and she says so: “I never dreamed he would overhear, but I was wrong to say it out loud.” She also recognizes that she is prejudiced against Gresham because experience has taught her to be distrustful of men with his looks, status, wealth, and charm. Think of those naughty little rakes from Loretta Chase, and Charlie is in good company. Finally, when she briefly considers giving Charlie up for his own good, she changes her mind with no wavering and admits her stupidity in thinking about giving him up. by Author's Last Name. One of my favorite descriptions of the romance heroine is “women who do,” a phrase found in Judith Arnold’s essay in Dangerous Men and Adventurous Women (1992).
It can stand alone very well, as the author lets the reader catch up with what happened in the previous two books in good time, but I suspect the last few chapters of this book will be appreciated better by folks who have read the previous books. He's also that guy who crams as many photos of his kids as possible into his wallet. I need to see how big this love he has for Tessa is, because this love is supposed to fuel his epiphany that his past feelings for a woman he wanted to marry - a relationship that led to his estrangement with his father - were actually infatuation rather than true love. 2005-2016 Smart Bitches Trashy Books, LLC . The Way To A Duke's Heart closes Caroline Linden's series The Truth About The Duke series. Tessa has balance. I'm also not sure about how Charlie is hunky dory with what his dead father did to him after learning some things about the woman he wanted to marry when he was younger. Tessa observes to her companion, who is awed by Gresham’s appearance, “He looks indolent to me.” Gresham overhears her remark. Anyway, we are here to talk about the conclusion to Caroline Linden’s The Truth About the Duke trilogy, The Way to a Duke’s Heart.