One Night to Remember
Wicked Dukes Club
by Erica Ridley
Pub Date: 11 Jun 2019
Notorious whip Giles Langford is surprised to learn his blacksmith is a girl, shocked to realize she’s the out-of-his-league sister of a duke, and horrified to discover he’s fallen in love with the impossible-to-tame woman anyway. With no money and no title, Giles has nothing to offer but his heart...
Felicity Sutton knows poverty firsthand, and she’s never going back. She might miss the smithy, but not the relentless desperation of no home and an empty belly. Of course she’ll accept the stability of a wealthy ton suitor. As for the penniless daredevil she loves, well... At least they’ll have one night to remember.
Meet the unforgettable men of London's most notorious tavern, The Wicked Duke. Seductively handsome, with charm and wit to spare, one night with these rakes and rogues will never be enough...
Now this was more to my taste than Darcy’s book. The heroine
should character and was doing something ‘forbidden’ to her – ie undertaking
so-called men’s work. Being a carriage mechanic. Undertaking and devising
carriage improvements. Working with her hands – good job Ladies always wore
gloves and getting oily and dirty.
She also drove her brother’s curricle – a racing carriage
late at night when there was no-one to see, but still not something a Lady
Her only problem was her fixed idea of what she needed from
a husband in order to further her ambition to found a trust for poor
children. But she had gumption and
showed her intellect.