The Once and Future Duchess

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HarperCollins, May 27, 2014 - Fiction - 384 pages
18 Reviews

A duchess in time saves a noble line …

In theory, the Duke of Candover is the most eligible peer in the realm. But in truth, he has a deep aversion to the merest hint of marriage, not to mention two botched engagements which have marked his jaded soul. Now, after a debauched bachelor party that causes public outcry, the Prince Regent is demanding that it's Candover's turn to be brought to heel. And Prinny secretly believes that Isabelle Tremont, the Duchess of March, is precisely the lady up to the challenge.

Isabelle must marry, but a day of reckoning with the man she's loved for years is her greatest fear. If Candover insists she's too young and innocent for a seasoned world-weary man like him, there's no shortage of other candidates. Gentlemen of prestige and position. Gentlemen whose attentions are driving Candover to jealous distraction. Yet one abandoned moment under the stars hints that if they can put aside pride and duty, then a love once denied might just be their destiny.

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Review: The Once and Future Duchess (Royal Entourage #4)

User Review  - Bebe Four - Goodreads

3+ Isabelle, despite her age, is an enjoyable heroine. Candover is likeable, despite being too rigid. The secrets and story lines are a bit complicated. Read full review

Review: The Once and Future Duchess (Royal Entourage #4)

User Review  - Martha - Goodreads

Solid story and well written but not her best effort in the Royal Entourage Series. It took way too long for the two main characters to resolve their issues. Read full review

About the author (2014)

Sophia Nash was born in Switzerland and raised in France and the United States, but says her heart resides in Regency England. Her ancestor, an infamous French admiral who traded epic cannon fire with the British Royal Navy, is surely turning in his grave.

Before pursuing her long-held dream of writing, Sophia was an award-winning television producer for a CBS affiliate, a congressional speechwriter, and a nonprofit CEO. She lives in the Washington, D.C., suburbs with her husband and two children.

Sophia's novels have won twelve national awards, including the prestigious RITA® Award, and two spots on Booklist's "Top Ten Romances of the Year."

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