Between the Duke and the Deep Blue Sea

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Harper Collins, Feb 28, 2012 - Fiction - 384 pages
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“[Nash] ignites the page with passion.”
—Julia Quinn

Set the hit comedy, The Hangover, in England’s Regency Era and what do you get?  Between the Duke and the Deep Blue Sea, the first book in RITA Award-winner Sophia Nash’s wickedly clever and wonderfully sensual Royal Entourage series. The author of Secrets of a Scandalous Bride, which was named by Booklist as one of the “Top Ten Romances of the Year,” Nash delights readers once again by following the romantic exploits of the rogues of the royal entourage after a night of unheralded, and mostly unremembered, extravagance. Karen Hawkins, Elizabeth Boyle, and Victoria Alexander fans will be thrilled with this tantalizing tale of a duke exiled from London for certain undukelike behavior he cannot recall who stumbles into even more trouble when he is instantly captivated by an imperiled beauty he discovers hanging off of a cliff.

 

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User Review  - skirret - LibraryThing

This book is prefaced with an impressive list of acknowledgements, but it's not clear how these informants, editors, publishers, friends, et al. contributed to what reads like a first attempt at self ... Read full review

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User Review  - akmargie - LibraryThing

This is why I shouldn't read romances back to back, they run together. But it was cute. Probably should have read this one before I read the second, a rare series that really does help to read in order. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Acknowledgments
An Excerpt from The Art of Duke Hunting
Copyright

Chapter 8

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About the author (2012)

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 RITAŽ Award, and two spots on Booklist's "Top Ten Romances of the Year."

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