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That doesn't mean she knows nothing about men. She's the twin of the Duke of Thornstock and a former suitor is currently blackmailing her.
She hasn't been completely honest with her family but they know that the man is an enemy. That's why Gwyn's brother hired Major Joshua Wolfe, former war hero and now the estate's gamekeeper, to be her bodyguard while she'll be in London.
The gr Gwyn is 30 and unmarried. The gruff but oh so attractive man also have his reason to want to go to London.
If protecting the bold and confident lady, teaching her how to shoot and arguying with her is the way to do it, he'll gladly do it.
But what if his budding feelings for her were the true danger? Okay so even with the diagram, Im still a bit lost with all this blended family so I decided I won't try to make the link anymore.
I love that despite her age and being unmmaried, Gwyn doesn't second guess her worth, even if a decision she made in the past made her see herself as something she's not.
Sound contradictory I know but I don't see no other way to explain it. I love how Joshua and her were at ease with each other. Aug 03, Kimberly rated it liked it Shelves: historical , read , romance.
After seeing sparks fly between Gwyn and Joshua in the first Duke Dynasty book, I couldn't wait to read their story.
The result was a bit of a mixed bag for me. But Gwyn has a secret she believes might keep her 3.
Gwyn is bright and lively, but secretly vulnerable and Joshua is grumpy, hurting, and unhappy with his current place in the world.
Their romance ticked all the boxes, but there was a bit of the usual Sabrina Jeffries magic missing in their story.
Malet is a villain worth loathing and I wanted to see Gwyn free of him. But the tension Malet brought to the story had nothing on the push-pull between Gwyn and Joshua.
And speaking of their muddled family tree, the family dynamics at play in The Bachelor were a delight. The love, frustration, and interference siblings bring is on full display in this book and adds depth to the story.
I loved watching Gwyn and Joshua interact with their family members, so even though this book was just an ok read for me, I really cannot wait to read the next Duke Dynasty book.
FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. This is one of those instances. Gwyn and Joshua had fantastic chemistry in Project Duchess and I couldn't resist even a peek into their story.
A gruff hero, a bold heroine with a secret, and a villain I already want to punch? Sign me up. I can't wait to see how Gwyn and Joshua will thwart her blackmailer in The Bachelor.
More importantly, I can't wait to see how those two will find their happily ever after. They promise to be an absolutely delicious couple.
Jun 16, Melissa marked it as to-read. Safety warning: view spoiler [ miscarriage, murder self defense , PTSD hide spoiler ] This is the second book in the Duke Dynasty series.
A Duchess was married 3 times and had 5 children, so 3 of her sons are inheriting a dukedom. I love this concept so much!!! But, I wasn't a fan of the first book.
Neither character really pulled me, probably just a personality disconnect or something. Still, I love Sabrina Jeffries and will always give her a try.
I enjoyed this book a little more, but it st Safety warning: view spoiler [ miscarriage, murder self defense , PTSD hide spoiler ] This is the second book in the Duke Dynasty series.
I enjoyed this book a little more, but it still fell flat for me : This book is about Gwyn, before mentioned Duchess's daughter , and Joshua.
Joshua is the brother of Beatrice, who is the heroine of book 1. This book can be read as a standalone, but I think it would be better if you read the first book for a few reasons.
First of all, there seems to be a series long mystery going on, possibly with the mother's past? We didn't find out in the first book, and are also left hanging in this book without much information.
Secondly, the first book does a good job of explaining all the family dynamics and establishing character personalities, many of whom are this book as well.
I think plenty of others will love it. I don't love when the heroine has a past, and much of the book covers this, what has happened in the past and how it's affecting the current situation.
This book didn't have much tension to me, kisses and sexual encounters kept happening but I didn't feel the build up or the wanting necessarily.
It just felt more mechanical to me. I guess I just couldn't see why or how they were falling in love.
The dialogue didn't make me feel their pasts. Oh yes, they have pasts and baggage but it was more like it was just stated, I saw it, I didn't feel it.
They didn't worm their way into my hearts like some characters do. It wasn't an unpleasant read for me, but it didn't have anything standing out that brought it above pleasant for me.
It was okay. I am loving the covers for this series though. I adore this cover and it portrays a scene from the story which I love even more.
I give 3 stars. I was able to receive an ARC copy complimentary from netgalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
View all 3 comments. From bits revealed, easy enough to guess at basis, but gotta wait for actual book for confirmation. Need to do some This was disappointing.
I was expecting the whole book but only received the first chapter. I reread the first book in the series expecting to go right into the second.
View all 6 comments. Lady Gwyn Drake has a history with Lionel Malet that goes back much further than their recent encounter when he tried to abduct a heiress.
He is blackmailing her and if she doesn't pay, he says he will tell the press about the affair they had ten years ago and ruin her. Gwyn never told anyone about the one night she spent in his bed or the consequences and will do anything to keep her secrets.
Thinking she can intimidate him, she pulls a gun, but is quickly disarmed and would have been in troubl Lady Gwyn Drake has a history with Lionel Malet that goes back much further than their recent encounter when he tried to abduct a heiress.
Thinking she can intimidate him, she pulls a gun, but is quickly disarmed and would have been in trouble if she wasn't saved from him by Major Joshua Wolfe.
A man she has long been attracted to and who clearly doesn't feel the same, or so she thinks. Joshua is the current Duke of Armitage's cousin and acting estate gamekeeper.
Joshua was gravely wounded in battle years ago and is desperate to return to active duty. His letters to the War Office have been ignored, so when Gwyn's brother the Duke of Thornstock asks him to act as her bodyguard in London, he agrees and hopes that he can finally get some answers from the War Office and keep his attraction to Gwyn a secret.
He feels unworthy of her, even though he is the grandson of a duke and a war hero. He is not sure what is going on with Gwyn and Malet, but he thinks there is more than what Thorn and Gwyn have told him and when there is an attempt to sabotage their coach, he is sure of it.
He is determined to get answers and keep Gwyn at arm's length - but she won't make it easy! I thought this was a great addition to the series.
Gwyn and Joshua are both a little broken and both have trust issues, they are clearly perfect for each other, but neither is going to make the journey to HEA a smooth ride!
The book has some amusing dialogue, a lot of secrets, a bit of intrigue, some steamyish love scenes, a great supporting cast of characters, a nasty villain and finally HEA.
I did feel like the book dragged a bit towards the end and I was disappointed that Gwyn never actually says "I love you" to Joshua - it is implied, but for me - it's not the same.
This is the second book in the series, but there is also a linked novella in the anthology Seduction on a Snowy Night that is Heywood and Cass's story and the events in that book are closely linked to this story - so while this book is easily read as a standalone, I would recommend reading the novella "A Perfect Match" if you want a bit more backstory.
Overall, I am happy to recommend this book and I look forward to the next installment. Feb 25, Alison rated it did not like it Shelves: arc , did-not-finish , english , historical , annoying-siblings , heroine-tstl , spies , kidnapping , blackmail , read.
I really liked the premise of this series about an oft-married woman whose male children have each inherited a Dukedom, the first book contained a murder which was not solved and I was looking forward to the murder forming an arc over the series.
This second novel concerns the woman's daughter, Lady Gwyn Drake. She has had some kind of youthful indiscretion view spoiler [,I'm assuming she slept with him, hide spoiler ] with Captain Lionel Malet and he is blackmailing her as a result.
Malet is the sort of bounder who has previously attempted to kidnap a wealthy young woman and force her to marry him. Gwyn's brother Thorn then decides that Gwyn must be accompanied everywhere by either himself or Wolfe as protection.
At this point I struggled to understand why Thorn wouldn't just warn Malet to stay away from his sister and therefore what merit there was in Gwyn keeping her "secret".
Anyway, Gwyn and Joshua have a secret attraction but she thinks he would reject her when he finds out her "secret" and he thinks that, as a wounded marine and an illegitimate son, he isn't good enough for her, yawn.
They go to London for Gwyn's debut, she is trying to see Malet to pay him off because that always works, not! There's a lot of kissing each other because they are angry, or to prove something, or to hide their faces from saboteurs.
I had some issues with the first book in this series and I'm afraid that they were also present here, unfortunately I didn't warm to either Gwyn or Joshua and therefore what led to a low rating for the first book just led me to give up on this book instead.
What spoiled it for me was page, after page, after page of heavy petting and sexual encounters with little to no plot development.
There seemed to be no furtherance of the murder from the previous book and I found it frankly inconceivable that a young society woman could have done something which could ruin her if anyone ever found out and then continues to behave inappropriately with another man eg fondling and kissing and assignations alone.
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review. Feb 04, Niki rated it it was amazing Shelves: arc , steamy , damaged-heroine , favorites , soldiers , best-heroes , damaged-hero.
Ever since she and her family moved back to England from Prussia, Lady Gwyn Drake has been hiding the folly of a youthful affair in order to protect her family.
When the same former suitor comes to her family's country home to blackmail Gwyn by threatening to reveal her secret, his manhandling is quickly put to an end by the estate gamekeeper, Major Joshua Wolfe.
It is clear to Gwyn's twin brother, the Duke of Thornstock, that she needs protection during her upcoming London season, so he hires t Ever since she and her family moved back to England from Prussia, Lady Gwyn Drake has been hiding the folly of a youthful affair in order to protect her family.
It is clear to Gwyn's twin brother, the Duke of Thornstock, that she needs protection during her upcoming London season, so he hires the Major to act as her bodyguard.
War hero Joshua feels he must accept the request given that Thorn and Gwyn's mother is his aunt by marriage and he hopes to use the trip to London to facilitate a meeting with the War Secretary so he can petition to return to full duty in the Royal Marines.
He takes his job protecting Gwyn seriously, but ignoring his ever growing attraction to her becomes increasingly difficult in such close proximity.
Though he knows he's beneath Gwyn socially, despite being the grandson of a duke himself, Joshua can't stop his mind wondering what a future with her might be like.
Gwyn is used to being sought only for her money and would prefer to avoid suitors both old and new, as all have been fortune hunters thus far, but with danger closing in on her, and her feelings for Joshua growing, a reckoning between them fast becomes inevitable.
I really loved this book. It was a fast read, but I couldn't put it down; it really held my attention and I was rooting for Joshua and Gwyn the whole way.
Joshua is used to rejections and snide remarks because of his ruined leg and his experiences have only enhanced the natural gruffness of his personality.
Both Gwyn and Joshua were afraid of being hurt and rejected by the other, each believing themselves unworthy of the other. Joshua was genuinely sweet and adorable beneath his grumpy exterior and I loved him and Gwyn as a couple.
At first I thought Gwyn's attitude and poor decision making would ruin it for me, but I came to understand and like her and she also grew quite a bit.
The villain was a nice addition to the story, as well as the ongoing mystery subplot flowing through this series. I thoroughly enjoyed this one and can't wait for Thorn's story.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Feb 09, Tales Of A Bookbug rated it liked it Shelves: romance , so-much-potential , hit-the-hero-on-the-head , historical.
I love Sabrina Jeffries and her writing, so naturally I went into this expecting a lot from it! But, sadly it ended up disappointing me.
This series features the various children of a duchess who was married thrice -to different dukes- and all three of them are dead.
The Bachelor focuses on Lady Gwyn Drake, the daughter from her mother's second marriage! She's thirty years old and pretty much on the shelf, but after spending most of her years in Berlin she's back in London and she's to be presente I love Sabrina Jeffries and her writing, so naturally I went into this expecting a lot from it!
She's thirty years old and pretty much on the shelf, but after spending most of her years in Berlin she's back in London and she's to be presented at court.
But she's being blackmailed due to a mistake during her youth, which she wishes to hide from her family. Joshua Wolfe is an injured war-hero, who is currently working as the gamekeeper at her brother's estate.
When Gwyn's blackmailer comes to threaten her at the estate, Joshua intervenes and saves her, but she doesn't give him the full details on the incident.
So, when her twin brother finds out about this, he decides to hire Joshua to keep her safe during the London season.
And Joshua has his own reason for going to London, as he wants to get back to working in the Navy but his injuries have damaged his leg quite badly!
Plus, there's the attraction between him and Gwyn, though he doesn't want to immediately act on it! The book had a really good plot and amazing potential, but I ended up hating the main characters - especially Joshua!
It had a great start and I was hooked from the first few chapters itself. In the beginning, I just saw him as a grumpy hero who is annoyed with everything due to his injury.
But, as we got to know more about him, his interactions with Gwyn really began to annoy me! Because he was basically holding Gwyn responsible her for using her "feminine wiles" on him, to attract him.
I'm not kidding! That I'm the worst sort of flirt, the worst sort of woman, who could manipulate a man by using my 'feminine wiles' to get my way?
No wonder you have no wish to marry me, if that's how you see me. And that's precisely why I have no wish to marry a suspicious fellow like you, Joshua Wolfe!
Is that it? Or is it that you simply don't like the idea of a woman like me having a say in such things as her own desires?
First Malet and now the groom. And you haven't even had your debut yet. Apparently, I'm very bad at using my feminine wiles. You saw right through them.
Gwyn is pretty tough and independent at the start, and she argues back when he comments like this, but later she doesn't really seem to mind.
She has more issues with herself and her supposed 'harlotry' than anyone else does. Atleast Joshua was decent to her in those parts!
Their relationship just had this quick jump from physical attraction to the let's-talk-about-marriage stage that I found it a little hard to believe.
The last few chapters show that the deaths of the duchess' husbands might not have been accidents at all, so I'm mildly intrigued.
I might end up checking the next book just to see how the author takes the mystery plot, but I do hope that the characters are better than the ones in this book!
Mar 18, Sarah rated it really liked it. But as a man, it's torment to be so very c 'Lady Gwyn Drake has long protected her family's reputation by hiding an imprudent affair from her youth.
I had seen this book a lot around Goodreads recently and people seemed to be really enjoying it. So when I passed it at the store a few weeks back, I picked up my own copy and I'm glad I did.
I really enjoyed this book. Plus it's a very quick read too, less than pages. I didn't really like Gwyn at first, her naivety and poor decision making were really bothering me.
But as I continued to read, the reasoning behind her actions began to seem more logical and I understood why she was making the choices she was.
Then I was really on board and was more invested in the storyline and the developing feelings between Gwyn and Joshua.
I will say though that I just didn't really see the connection between these two as much as in other books.
I didn't read the first book in the series, but that did not detract from my understanding or enjoyment of this book.
But it did appear at the end of the book that a mystery is being introduced which might carry throughout the rest of the series, so I would say that the book doesn't really serve as a stand-alone.
I do believe that I will be going back to read the first in the series and look forward to the next. I will be keeping my eyes out for more books by this author.
My review : When threatened, a lady tries to take matter in hand but must do with her assigned bodyguard, a man who stirs sensations she does not want to feel I do not know if it plays the same for other readers but each time I read a Sabrina Jeffries book, I feel like I hear a different voice from the other historical romances writers.
There are few that have this effect on me and she is. I enjoyed the first glimpse I was offered last fall, why I was eager to read the full novel.
And entertaining it was. Between the barbs and quips the heroes and siblings throw at each other, the hunt for the villain and the up and down in the romance, I spend quite enjoyable hours.
Gwyn is haunted by a mistake she made as a young woman, while it is not openly told until later in the story, it is easily guessed. It hold her back to accept anyone, why she readily dismisses even Joshua because she sees herself as not worthy.
Plus she is attracted to Joshua but she is very sure he will never be able to forgive her youth mistake. Joshua suffers from PTSD, crippled during a naval ambush, he came close to loose more than his leg, after months of battle for his life, he retired in the countryside, seing himself as worthless because now he needs a walking stick to keep him upright.
Their romance is one of winning each other trust, and there lies the main problem, they are wary of others and they not easily confide in others.
Yet trusting the other will have to be followed by having faith in their own value to believe in a future together. I was granted an advance copy through Netgalley by the publisher Kensington, I had already preordered my own.
Here is my true and unbiased opinion. But when her former suitor Malet appears at Armitage Hall, manhandling the heiress and threatening to go public with her secrets, it's Gwyn who needs protecting.
With handsome Joshua monitoring her e Lady Gwyn Drake has long protected her family's reputation by hiding an imprudent affair from her youth.
This is the second book in the series about the five children of Lydia who married three dukes. As always, Sabrina Jeffries has woven a well written story with interesting and flavorful characters.
This book is a good addition to the Duke Dynasty series. I enjoyed it very much. I think Ms.
Jeffries did a good job with them, and I adored the early parts with Joshua as Gwyn's bodyguard. I didn't really feel th As always, Sabrina Jeffries has woven a well written story with interesting and flavorful characters.
I didn't really feel their attraction, one moment they were talking, the next they couldn't keep their hands of eacother and I didn't know why or how that happened.
There was no build up to it. It felt like Ms. Jeffries just breezed over it. I appreciated the maturity of the couple though and found both of them learned from their mistakes and were willing to admit it and fix things.
I really liked that. It can almost be tedious wading through all of the historical romance titles to hopefully find one with a little originality and depth.
The Bachelor is one of the rare finds. And on top of that, Ms. Jeffries' writing is so beautiful and gripping, she draws me into the story from the very first page and hooks me until the end.
All in all, this book is a romance worth reading. Well, color me disappointed. This ARC was only one chapter. There is not a whole lot I can say on one chapter except that it didn't compell me to read more.
I love Sabrina Jeffries and she's an excellent writer. But I can't quite tell if this book will be for me.
The main reason I was interested in this book is because of the description. I love forced proximity stories.
I love the idea that Wolfe and Gwyn are stuck together. But I do not love mysteries or villain stories. I requested this ARC b Well, color me disappointed.
But having read only the first chapter, if I had that alone and nothing else, I would be turned off because I didn't learn much about the hero or the heroine.
I learned more about the villain. And I find it tedious to deal with villains. I wish I'd gotten more to make me buy into the book.