Enjoy another witty, emotional book in New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Erica Ridley’s fan-favorite Dukes of War regency romance series!
Miss Katherine Ross is a wealthy, eccentric socialite who knows precisely what she wants: No husband. No children. No candlelit tête-à-tête with the insufferably emotionless Duke of Ravenwood. She's convinced his heart is ice — until she touches that chiseled chest for herself. One lapse in judgment is all it takes to turn both their lives topsy-turvy...
The Duke of Ravenwood isn't cold and haughty, but a secret romantic who has always dreamt of marrying for love. Instead, he gets Miss Katherine Ross — a headstrong hoyden intent on unraveling his carefully ordered world. He doesn't know whether to kiss her or throttle her. Can they survive each other's company long enough to turn a compromise into love?
Customer ReviewsSee All
Lord of Pleasure
OMG!!! I love it! Lord of pleasure was awesome, couldn’t put it down. The events between Lord Michael and the Camellia Greenville as Lady X and Lord X were just something to loo forward to definitely. I love it to the end. Thanks and congratulations on your wonderful writing skills; what a great piece👍🏻. Definitely a must read and highly recommend for your entertainment!!!
A very beautiful and romantic story, I enjoyed reading it very much and truly recommend this book, I have read some of your other books also and have never been disappointed in any of your stories, thank you.
The Duke's Accidental Wife
The Frost King thaws.... Katherine and Ravenwood start off on the wrong foot from the beginning. Ravenwood is staid and by-the-book to keep his good name and Katherine has a “let’s just see how it goes” attitude. It is like mixing oil and water. Their story is one of meeting in the middle. The romance and love is not instant but grows over the course of the story. My favorite lines and ones I feel sum up the love between Ravenwood and Katherine are “You made me whole, a balm to my soul. With you my heart could finally learn to fly.”
Let’s not forget Aunt Havens – her plight is one known to many nowadays but I am sure in Regency time it was looked at very unfavorably. Katherine’s patience and love make their relationship special.
This has been a great series and I have enjoyed every book.
I received a copy from the author for an honest review.