How To Lose A Duke In Ten Days
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📒How To Lose A Duke In Ten Days ✍ Laura Lee Guhrke
✏How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days Book Summary : From USA Today bestselling author Laura Lee Guhrke comes the story of a bargain, a marriage of convenience . . . and the chance for love to last a lifetime They had a deal . . . From the moment she met the devil-may-care Duke of Margrave, Edie knew he could change her life. And when he agreed to her outrageous proposal of a marriage of convenience, she was transformed from ruined American heiress to English duchess. Five years later, she's delighted with their arrangement, especially since her husband is living on another continent. But deals are made to be broken . . . By marrying an heiress, Stuart was able to pay his family's enormous debts, and Edie's terms that he leave England forever seemed a small price to pay. But when a brush with death impels him home, he decides it's time for a real marriage with his luscious American bride, and he proposes a bold new bargain: ten days to win her willing kiss. But is ten days enough to win her heart?
📒How To Love A Duke In Ten Days ✍ Kerrigan Byrne
✏How To Love A Duke in Ten Days Book Summary : The first in an exciting new series by USA Today bestseller Kerrigan Byrne! These men are dark, bold, and brave. And there is only one woman who can bring them to their knees... Famed and brilliant, Lady Alexandra Lane has always known how to look out for to herself. But nobody would ever expect that she has darkness in her past—one that she pays a blackmailer to keep buried. Now, with her family nearing bankruptcy, Alexandra strikes upon a solution: Get married to one of the empire’s most wealthy eligible bachelors. Even if he does have the reputation of a devil. LOVE TAKES NO PRISONERS Piers Gedrick Atherton, the Duke of Redmayne, is seeking revenge and the first step is securing a bride. Winning a lady’s hand is not so easy, however, for a man known as the Terror of Torcliff. Then, Alexandra enters his life like a bolt of lightning. When she proposes marriage, Piers knows that, like him, trouble haunts her footsteps. But her gentleness, sharp wit, independent nature, and incredible beauty awakens every fierce desire within him. He will do whatever it takes to keep her safe in his arms. “Romantic, lush, and suspenseful.”—New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Enoch
📒The Decameron Or Ten Day S Entertainment Of Boccaccio ✍ Giovanni Boccaccio
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📒The Bride Bet ✍ Tessa Dare
✏The Bride Bet Book Summary : How to lose a duke in ten years…without losing your heart. Once upon a time, two sworn enemies—the bookish daughter of a scholar and the devilish heir to a duke—made a pact: If they were both still single in ten years, they would marry each other. It was a joke, Nicola thought. A duchess? Her? But when the Duke of Westleigh returns a decade later, he’s serious. He needs an heir, so he’s holding her to their marriage bargain—diamond ring, lavish gown, engagement ball, and more. Nothing Nicola says can dissuade him. When she calls him arrogant, he praises her honesty. When she makes social stumbles, he catches her fall. And when she gets exasperated, the duke can’t seem to get enough. For reasons she can’t fathom, he claims that no other woman will do. He’s betting he can change her mind, with logic and passion. She’s betting she can change his mind, just by being herself. And as the clock ticks down to a wedding day, neither is counting on losing their heart.
📒How To Land An Earl In Ten Days Or Less ✍ Ava Stone
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📒Journals Of Sieges Carried On By The Army Under The Duke Of Wellington In Spain During The Years 1811 To 1814 Volume Ii ✍ Major-General Sir John T. Jones
✏Author : Major-General Sir John T. Jones
✏Publisher : Andrews UK Limited
✏Release Date : 2012-03-27
✏Pages : 419
✏ISBN : 9781781515051
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Journals of Sieges Carried On by The Army under the Duke of Wellington in Spain during the Years 1811 to 1814 Volume II Book Summary : The classic, immensely detailed description of the many sieges of the long drawn-out war that was Britain’s major land contribution to the defeat of Napoleon. Sir John Jones was an officer of the Royal Engineers with Wellington in Portugal and Spain and intimately connected with the operations he describes so exactly. Sir John originally wrote his work to draw attention to what he considered were Britain’s inadequate 'siege establishments’ and equipment which, he claimed, made some of the war’s sieges more bloody and drawn-out affairs than they need have been. Students of sieges and of military history generally should be grateful that Jones’ massive and meticulous work, illustrated with numerous plans, charts and maps - is once more generally available.
✏Author : Sir John Thomas Jones
✏Release Date : 1846
✏ISBN : BL:A0022897010
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Journals of Sieges Carried on by the Army Under the Duke of Wellington in Spain During the Years 1811 to 1814 Also Memoranda Relative to the Lines Thrown Up to Cover Lisbon in 1810 3rd Ed Edited by H D Jones Book Summary :
📒Confucius Beyond The Analects ✍ Michael Hunter
✏Confucius Beyond the Analects Book Summary : In Confucius Beyond the Analects, Michael Hunter challenges the standard view of the Analects as the earliest and most authoritative source of the teachings
📒Basil Wilson Duke Csa ✍ Gary R. Matthews
✏Basil Wilson Duke CSA Book Summary : By the early twentieth century, Basil Wilson Duke had established himself as one of Kentucky's most popular storytellers, but unlike many other talented raconteurs, Duke was not merely a man of words. In Basil Wilson Duke, CSA, the first full-length biography of this distinguished American, Gary Robert Matthews offers keen insight into the challenges Duke faced before, during, and after the strife of the Civil War. As first lieutenant of General John Hunt Morgan's legendary band of Confederate raiders, Duke became Morgan's most trusted advisor and an integral contributor to his dramatic tactical successes. Duke was twice wounded in battle and was captured during a raid in Ohio in 1863. Held captive for over a year, Duke rejoined Morgan's cavalry in August 1864, only days before Morgan (who was Duke's brother-in-law) met his demise in Greeneville, Tennessee. Promoted to brigadier general and appointed commander of Morgan's men, he helped convince Jefferson Davis of the futility of continued resistance at the close of the war and was assigned to the force escorting Davis in his escape. Duke's life of action and achievement, however, did not end with the war. He wrote A History of Morgan's Cavalry, preserving for posterity the experiences of his fellow warriors, and covered for the Louisville Courier-Journal an 1875 horserace that would eventually be known as the first Kentucky Derby. He built a reputation as a skilled historical writer, and his interests led him to help found the Filson Historical Society in Louisville. Duke also applied his talents to public and political life. He opened a law office and was elected as a Democrat to the Kentucky House, where he served until 1870. Then applying his legal expertise and political connections at the state and national levels, Duke represented the powerful L&N Railroad as the company's chief lobbyist in the aftermath of the war and during the emotionally charged era of Reconstruction. Gary Robert Matthews's comprehensive study of the life of Basil Wilson Duke allows a great soldier and statesman to step out of the shadows of the past.
📒The Secret File Of The Duke Of Windsor ✍ Michael Bloch
✏The Secret File of the Duke of Windsor Book Summary : In this brilliant and authoritative work, based on their private correspondence and papers, Michael Bloch describes the feud which developed between the Duke of Windsor and the British royal establishment after the Abdication, the humiliations which were suffered by the ex-King and his wife, and the plots to ensure that they remained in exile.