The Enchanted Duke

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"My mind was restless and raced with all the frightening thoughts of inheriting a prestigious title. It would be a long night, and the dreams longer and stranger still."

Living a quiet life in London, suddenly Alex Stone receives an inheritance and is thrust into being the next Duke of Kent.

Uncertain that he's ready to accept the title, he finds the girl who enchanted him since his youth is now his servant.

Musing on the infinite possibilities of what my life could have been he's filled with a sudden hopeful realization: as Duke of Kent, he could make life what he wanted.

But the first order of business would be marriage.

Faced with choosing a suitor, should he follow his heart or what society expects?

Should he accept Lord Brownwood's marriage proposal or will his love for his servant ruin his reputation and send him back to London a broken man?

Written in first person, The Enchanted Duke is a clean and wholesome historical Regency romance story filled with hope and despair because social status and reputation can hide the true nature of an honourable man.

Abigail Livingston writes clean and short historical Regency fiction stories. Her Christian characters are often confronted with greed, jealousy, and romance similar to conflict in British historical literature.

More Regency Romance from Abigail Livingston

Three Dates for a Lady - amazon.com/dp/B01JH7H6P8
Defend Your Honor - amazon.com/dp/B01KCZGQ00

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