Zachary Black: Duke of Debauchery

Zachary Black Duke of Debauchery LONDON S MOST DISSOLUTE BACHELOR No one knows how to sin quite like Zachary Black Duke of Hawksmere So when he finds a mysterious veiled woman hiding in his carriage there s only one thing to do car

  • Title: Zachary Black: Duke of Debauchery
  • Author: Carole Mortimer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • LONDON S MOST DISSOLUTE BACHELOR No one knows how to sin quite like Zachary Black, Duke of Hawksmere So when he finds a mysterious veiled woman hiding in his carriage, there s only one thing to do carry her to his bedchamber and find out what she wants But coming face to face with beautiful Lady Georgianna Lancaster his former fianc e unnerves Zachary Maybe the bestLONDON S MOST DISSOLUTE BACHELOR No one knows how to sin quite like Zachary Black, Duke of Hawksmere So when he finds a mysterious veiled woman hiding in his carriage, there s only one thing to do carry her to his bedchamber and find out what she wants But coming face to face with beautiful Lady Georgianna Lancaster his former fianc e unnerves Zachary Maybe the best way to restore his equilibrium is to hold her captive and turn the secrets of the past into the sins of the present

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    1. As an agent for the Crown, Zachary is accustomed to dealing with mysterious events, but having a veiled woman show up in his carriage was unusual. She claims to have information about Napoleon that she wants to pass on. He is suspicious, since his involvement is not common knowledge, so he takes the woman to his home to question her. There he discovers that she is none other than Georgianna, the woman he had been briefly engaged to before she ran off with a man who turned out to be a French spy. [...]

    2. Unexpectedly CompellingThe story of a woman who makes a horrible mistake that ruins her life and the man who she betrayed, this story is compelling and makes a reader want to know how there can be a happy endingE STORY: Zachary Black, Duke of Hawksmere operated as an agent for the Crown during the war with France. One night when entering his carriage, he finds a veiled woman in black who wants his help to get information to British authorities about the imminent return of Napoleon that will resu [...]

    3. I have never been so grateful for the invention of ebooks as I am reading the sensationally-titled "Zachary Black: Duke of Debauchery." Although I'm happy to confess - pseudonymously on the Internet - to reading it, my fellow commuters just don't need to know. That said, the book itself is - well - it is what it is. Carole Mortimer has 175 Harlequin category romances under her belt, which I vaguely recall spanning the gamut from then-contemporary 1970's businesslady romances (which were often pr [...]

    4. Zachary Black: Duke of Debauchery is the second book in the Dangerous Dukes series by Carole Mortimer. You definitely don't need to have read the first book in order to fully understand and enjoy this one. That said, if you haven't read it already, then you should read it at some time because it's a great little novella. OK, so back to this bookZachary is the Duke of Hawkesmere. He needs to get married and produce an heir before his 34th birthday or half of his inheritance will go to a relative [...]

    5. When Zachary Black comes face to face with beautiful Lady Georgianna Lancaster – his former fiancée, he’s disturbed as she eloped with a French spy. Maybe the best way to restore his equilibrium is to hold her captive.A story of learning to trust & also for them to be able to put the past behind themThe attraction between the couple was apparent even though they disliked each other but that changed to finding that they felt more than attraction. I had to suspend belief at times but it [...]

    6. Not sure about this one. This book was okay. Unfortunately it had one of those plots based on mistrust, the attribution of wrong motives, and lack of communication between the hero and heroine, something which I find quite irritating. By the time I got two thirds of the way through the book, I was gritting my teeth and saying to myself, for goodness sake, why don't you just communicate. The nature of the information that Georgiana had brought back from France was not fully explored and was quite [...]

    7. The Duke of Hawksmere in this series is one of a quintet of men who went to school together. They run in the same set, are all dukes and were all a terror to the establishment where they were schooled. So you know that he’s supposed to be not a man you’d like to cross. It’s in the title, after all: Dangerous Dukes.However, Zachary Richard Edward Black isn’t debauched—a word that suggests copious drinking, lechery, carousing and gambling—so much as embittered. Unmentioned deeds as a s [...]

    8. Overall this was a great short novel. The history between Georgianna and Zachary made it that much more believable. The natural chemistry between those two, and the author's ability to make this story real and believable was great.

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