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The Duke and the Enchantress

An Enchantress Novel, Book 2
Narrated by: Bridget Thomas
Series: The Enchantresses, Book 2
Length: 11 hrs and 36 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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Some fairy tales begin with the kiss. 

Drake Mowbrah, the Duke of Annick, needed a wife. After choosing an acceptable bride, he traps himself in a marriage of convenience and must tap his creativity to woo his frigid wife and fuel her passion. Drake battles scandals, duels, and his own carefully crafted reputation to win her heart.  

Charlotte Trethow dreamt of a fairy tale marriage to the perfect man. When she marries the Duke of Annick, all her dreams should have come true, but no one told her happily-ever-after doesn’t start with wedding bells. Charlotte is thrust into a world with a plotting housekeeper, an interfering despot, and an unconventional husband. 

This is the love story of Charlotte and Drake as they turn a marriage of convenience into a fairy tale romance.

©2018 Paullett Roddam Golden (P)2019 Paullett Roddam Golden

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Silly story, weak hero and heroine, and too long. Give this one a grade of D