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Publisher's Summary

The second book in the next historical romance series coming soon from USA Today Best-selling Romance Author Jess Michaels

Miss Celia Fitzgilbert's grandfather has decreed she must marry a man with a title or he'll never reveal her mysterious father's identity. But her engagement to an Earl was already broken, leaving her steeped in scandal. She has all but given up until the reclusive Duke of Clairemont returns to Society and sweeps her off her feet, a potential solution to all her problems.

But things are not so simple for the duke. Aiden is not comfortable with his position in Society, perhaps because he is a fraud. In truth, Clairemont died months ago and the man playing him is a spy, bent on uncovering a dangerous secret. A flirtation with Celia, meant to help him fit in, quickly turns very real. But can Celia recover when the lies come out? And can Aiden keep them both alive long enough to even consider a future?

Length: Full-length novel

Sensuality level: Hot and steamy

This audiobook can be listened to as a stand-alone novel, but is part of a series (Seasons).

©2016 Jesse Petersen (P)2017 Jesse Petersen

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Sex, lies and true love

Started a bit slow and uninteresting. After a couple of chapters it became much better and the ending was somewhat realistic but unexpected since I never imagined the heroine be willing to take on such a tremendous change. I kept hoping for a Cinderella story where the hero was discovered to be the bastard brother of the Duke due to the resemblance and then the crown giving him the dukedom after years of great service and recognizing the relations to the duke. Or better yet the second book should have been about the Earl and Celia actually falling in love and the third book could have been about the sitter of the Earl. Oh well. One can only hope :).
I admit the last book was vastly more interesting and this book was a step below that and I have no interest in the next book in the series.

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Very Sweet Storey 💙

I really enjoyed this second installment in the "Seasons" series. I liked Celia in the first book and it was nice see her get a happy ending.

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Could have been better

Story was ok, nothing too special or unexpected, but I didn't like the narrator. The reading was too slow and I couldn't wait for it to end. It was hard to finish but I did.