Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Waiting on Wednesday: Dukes are Forever by Anna Harrington

Today my pick for "Waiting on Wednesday" is Dukes are Forever by Anna Harrington!


Battlefields and barrooms hold much more interest for Edward Westover, Duke of Swarthmore, than a little girl's fondness for dolls and lace. When he takes possession of his enemy's estate, everything that villain held dear-including his daughter-belongs to Edward. Hire a governess, arrange a dowry, give a few reassurances, and be off on his way-that's Edward's plan. But he's in for the shock of his life. For his new ward is a beautiful, impetuous, and utterly irresistible woman . . .

. . . AND WAR
Kate Benton is stunned. Who is this arrogant, infuriating man who's invited himself into her home and taken over her life? Her vow: to do everything in her power to convince him to leave her-and Brambly House-alone. Yet as chilly days melt into sultry nights, Kate sees glimpses of kindness underneath Edward's cool fa├žade . . . and a passionate nature that takes her breath away. There's so much she doesn't know about this man. But does she dare trust this devilish duke with her heart?

Dukes are Forever releases November 24, 2015!

Why I'm waiting:

I recently fell down the historical romance rabbit hole and I want to buy all the historical romance books right now but Dukes are Forever is especially calling to me. Everything from the blurb to the beautiful cover is screaming that this the perfect read for me and although I usually don't pre-order many books anymore since I prefer to go to the bookstore and get them when I can, I've pre-ordered this lovely book so that come the end of November it will be in my hands no matter what.

What are y'all waiting on this Wednesday?

***"Waiting on Wednesday" is a weekly event hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.***


  1. Yes Historical Romances are amazing you should try Mary Balogh's books because they are divine. :)

  2. I haven't done many historical books in recent years, but somehow I'm starting to gravitate towards them. Thanks for sharing...and here's mine: “THE PASSENGER”

    1. I'm having a similar experience. I used to avoid historicals before but now I can't get enough of them. :)

  3. Thanks for your kind words! I fell in love with Regency romances about 5 years ago and am trying to read everything I can get my hands on. My favs are Duke of Midnight and Thief of Darkness by Elizabeth Hoyt, The Rules to Catch a Devilish Duke (I *think* I've got that title right) by Suzanne Enoch, and right now, I'm reading my way through everything Sabrina Jeffries has published, in order, trying to learn as much as I can from her writing. It's such a fun genre, isn't it?

    1. It is such a fun genre! I've actually recently ordered the first 6 books in the Maiden Lane series by Elizabeth Hoyt. I'm trying to catch up before her newest book is out at the end of this month. I haven't read anything by Suzanne Enoch or Sabrina Jeffries yet but they are on my list! :)