The Duke’s Daughter
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The Duke’s Daughter by Isabella Thorne

A Duke’s Daughter and a Navy Commander …a tragic accident, a secret cypher, and a clandestine engagement. A strange twist of Fate brought the unlikely pair together… now nothing will keep them apart. Lady Amelia Atherton is not a woman to be trifled with. Known as the diamond of the Ton, she is beautiful, witty, and the only daughter of the Duke of Ely. The men of the Peerage see her as a prize to be won, and perhaps a way to obtain her father’s influence. Commander Samuel Beresford is the brash, sometimes rude, younger son, of the Earl of Blackburn. A Royal Navy Commander who has little time for the affectations of Society. Two people have never been so mismatched, but when Amelia’s father, The Duke of Ely, dies under mysterious circumstances, and Samuel’s elder brother is poisoned within a mere day of the Duke’s death, both Lady Amelia and Commander Beresford find themselves forced to work together in a desperate search for the culprit. Amelia was always careful to guard her feelings, that is until she met Samuel Beresford. Now everything Lady Amelia once took for granted has been shattered, and with the Dukedom in the hands of her odious Uncle Declan, Amelia and Samuel plan an elaborate ruse, in the hope of drawing out the murderer. Lady Amelia Atherton considered herself as tough as a diamond, but somehow Samuel Beresford has found his way into her heart… Neither could imagine falling in love … now it seems they cannot imagine loving anyone else. A Sweet and Wholesome Clean Read Regency Romance A Full Length Novel From the #1 Amazon Bestselling Author of Dream of a Duke from Love's Harvest: A Regency Romance Harvest Collection Don’t Miss the Passion and Excitement of Regency Romance by Isabella Thorne Follow Isabella Thorne on Amazon, Bookbub and Facebook. Visit Isabella Thorne’s website. SIGN UP for her newsletter to be notified of the debut of Isabella Thorne’s next book.
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