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Say Yes to the Duke: The Wildes of Lindow Castle (edição 2020)

por Eloisa James (Autor)

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Título:Say Yes to the Duke: The Wildes of Lindow Castle
Autores:Eloisa James (Autor)
Informação:Avon (2020), 400 pages
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A delightfully fun book, quite possibly my favorite Eloisa James book. Viola, is as lovely in the book, as she is on the cover. This is a happy book, which is just what I needed. Highly recommend. ( )
  SharleneMartinMoore | Apr 24, 2021 |
Another deliciously fluffy book from the land of Lindow Castle. I wish I hadn't read the back cover copy of this book though as it's quite spoilery as it took half the book and more to come to pass. So I wasted a lot of time waiting for the items listed on the back cover to happen, which took a lot of fun out of it. ( )
  Musscle | Sep 16, 2020 |
I absolutely adored this addition to James's Wildes of Lindow Castle series. Every additional title to this romantic regency series has been consistently better than the last. The whole Wilde family is delightful and their dynamics are as hilarious as their love stories are steamy. This is the perfect series to start for fans of Julie Quinn's Bridgerton family series. ( )
  StefanieGeeks | Aug 30, 2020 |
I have not laughed so hard ( )
  JamieM12 | Aug 23, 2020 |
3.3 stars

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

In the fifth Wildes of Lindow Castle series, Viola, who is the duke's stepdaughter is making her debut into society. She's the extremely shy one, who pukes when she gets nervous, and just rather become a wallflower. Viola's nervousness comes from feeling like she isn't a true Wilde, because of her 'step' status. I'm new to the series and found I had no problem jumping in here, in fact, I wish there had been more scenes with Viola and the Wilde family. She spends a lot of time with her sister, Joan who is also debuting but I wish we could have seen her with her mother and especially stepfather to get some heartfelt scenes where he explains that he feels she is his daughter, no 'step' to it.

He had found a treasure in the Lindow library, and he merely had to win it away from a vicar. How hard could that be?

When Viola meets the new vicar, she can't believe how handsome he is and how she feels comfortable around him, so she decides that he is who she should marry, even though the vicar is already engaged. This issue was handled a bit unwieldy where the vicar's fiancee is uptight and has an offputting personality, so Viola feels vindicated in “saving” the vicar from the fiancee and the story kind of stays away from judging Viola for going after him. Our hero the Duke of Wynter, Devin, comes into the picture when Viola overhears him saying he wants her sister for a wife because Viola isn't a true Wilde. Devin doesn't make the best first impression, to Viola or readers, but from the first conversation he has with Viola, his character comes alive.

Then he thought about the way her eyes sparkled when she scolded him. It was an outlandish thing to find attractive.

I really enjoyed the first half, these two had good byplay and the way Devin kept trying to grasp Viola as she flittered away kept me locked in. These two had some sweet moments and I do think their journey to love, especially Viola, Devin falls first, came across in the pages but the second half slowed way down for me. There were long scenes of them just focused on the wanting to kiss and just when I was starting to really delight in them, sex scenes took over and I lost some of their good conversational play.

“No one would have arranged a marriage between us, which I think is to our benefit. And I think you would be a marvelous duchess.” Her eyes were shocked, so Devin added firmly, “I am going to woo you.”

I also thought the second half spent too much time focused on the vicar's romantic troubles; it really felt like the author ran out of steam for the main couple so moved onto the vicar. Even though Viola and Devin had pleasing chemistry, I still felt like Devin wasn't developed enough. He had an abusive father, lost his mother young, and then had an uncle and two cousins for his only family. It is also brought up that he likes, is good at math but so little was done with this, I'm not sure why it was even included. These were plot points to his character but he still only felt sketched out, like I said, he does come alive more in Viola's presence but when we lose them in the second half, he becomes even less memorable.

He was in love with his wife, desperately, wildly in love with his wife, and she was telling him that he was the reason for the greatest anguish she’d ever experienced.

The beginning half was sweet but when I was really starting to sink into the story and enjoy the couple together, the second half slowed down, had more sex scenes than the conversational byplay I was delighting in, and focused more on a side character's romance issues. I think some emotional moments were missed on not having scenes with Viola and her stepfather and even more with her step-siblings. I do think Viola will reach the heart of some who never feel they quite belong or feel dull in the presence of others who shine so effortlessly; it was lovely to see Viola, who feels that way, become the shining star in Devin's universe. ( )
  WhiskeyintheJar | Aug 21, 2020 |
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Lindow Castle, Cheshire
County Seat of the Duke of Lindow
November 15, 1781

Miss Viola Astley, the stepdaughter of Hugo Wilde, Duke of Lindow considered it the greatest misfortune of her life that she was complete opposite of Wilde.
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