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Review: Earl on the Run by Jane Ashford (2022)

The Duke’s Estates #2

Heat Factor: It’s very sweet and charming, not steamy or hot.

Character Chemistry: They’re kinda cute and awkward, with glimpses of passion potential.

Plot: Harriet’s grandfather has swooped in and given his fortune to Harriet—after ruining his own daughter, Harriet’s mother, and forcing her into genteel poverty. Jack has inherited his family’s title, but he’s a Bostonian with Traveler roots—so when his grandmother cruelly points out what a failure he is, he joins a group of Travelers and ends up on his own property, right next to Harriet. 

Overall: It’s a cute read with mild heat and a tidy ending.

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Review: How to Cross a Marquess by Jane Ashford (2019)

Way to a Lord’s Heart, Book #3

Heat Factor: There’s some kissing of shoulders and some titillating undressing.

Character Chemistry: Enemies to lovers has unconvincing results.

Plot: They have to overcome their enmity…and also a crazy person at the end for good measure

Overall: My enjoyment was shaped like a Gaussian curve

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Review: Nothing Like a Duke by Jane Ashford (2017)

The Duke’s Sons, Book 4

Heat Factor: Some sparks

Character Chemistry: Excellent repartee

Plot Development: Good house party, with a little bit of nonsense

Overall: Enjoyable but not amazing

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