The Duke's Defiant Bride by Michelle McMaster

This is an intriguing and romantic story. It's full of drama, amusement, betrayal and interesting characters. Carver is snarky, sweet and charming. Juliet is brave, strong, stubborn and a little naive. In the midst of a battle, in which they are on opposing sides, they find themselves irresistibly drawn to each other. Carver knows immediately that Juliet is the woman he wants for his wife. Juliet isn't inclined to agree, she's a soldier, a spy, not an English wife. They are separated in dramatic fashion, then meet again years later. And still have the same issues, and Carver also has a lack of trust, and Juliet thinks that Carver hates her. The end of the story is exciting and amusing.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.

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