Surprising Lord Jack

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2013 - Fiction - 343 pages
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Frances Hadley has managed her family's estate for years. So why can't she request her own dowry? She'll have to go to London herself and knock some sense into the men interfering in her life. With the nonsense she's dealt with lately, though, there's no way she's going as a woman. A pair of breeches and a quick chop of her red curls, and she'll have much less to worry about . . .
Jack Valentine, third son of the famous Duchess of Love, is through being pursued by pushy young ladies. One particularly determined miss has run him out of his own house party. Luckily the inn has one bed left—Jack just has to share with a rather entertaining red-headed youth. Perhaps the two of them should ride to London together. It will make a pleasant escape from his mother's matchmaking melodrama!
Praise for Bedding Lord Ned
'An engaging tale that balances greed, jealousy, and malice with humor and sweetness . . . readers will cheer.' Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
'MacKenzie blends a touch of poignancy with just the right amount of humor into this delightful love story.' RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

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Review: Surprising Lord Jack (Duchess of Love #2)

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Reviewed by Jen Review copy provided by the publisher Review originally posted at Romancing the Book I've been a Sally MacKenzie fan for years… ever since I picked up the first book in her Naked ... Read full review

Review: Surprising Lord Jack (Duchess of Love #2)

User Review  - Jaclyn - Goodreads

This was my first Sally MacKenzie book. While I knew that Surprising Lord Jack is part of MacKenzie's Duchess of Love series, I hadn't been prompted by the others to pick up her other books. I liked ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Sarah MacKenzie lives in Rockville, Maryland near Washington, D.C. The Naked Duke is her first book.

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