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The second exciting book in the best-selling 1797 Club series by USA Today best-selling author Jess Michaels.

Simon Greene, Duke of Crestwood has been obsessed with Margaret Rylon for years. There is only one thing standing between them: her fiancé, who also happens to be his best friend. He is desperate not to destroy everything in his life by giving in to his desires, but when Meg and Simon are trapped alone together overnight during a storm, the resulting scandal not only breaks Meg's existing engagement, but forces Simon to offer for her instead.

Margaret is sorry to have hurt her family and her fiancé, but all she's ever wanted was Simon. Her determination to make a happy life with him is only heightened when they submit to passions that have long dwelled beneath the surface. But while Simon may give her his body, he withholds his heart out of guilt and fear of what a connection to her may expose.

And if he doesn't learn to fight for her soon, they both may lose a chance at happiness.

©2017 Jesse Petersen (P)2017 Jesse Petersen

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Great listen

I just started listening to Jess Michaels last week and this is my fourth book! With that being said this is a great series. I'm just mad that this is only the second book in the series, and I have to wait for the other books. Well worth the credit!

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Narration ruined the book

I love Jess Machels, but this book was hard to get thru because of the narration. She Sounded incredibly whiney. I had to stop the audible book and just read the paper copy. It was much better.

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became impatient with whiny hero

the story had great potential yet the continual self flagellation the hero did got old fast.