Gambling On The Duke's Daughter by Diana Bold

This is sweet, romantic, dramatic and interesting. Dylan is lost, lonely, brave, gentle and charming. Natalia is impulsive, bold, stubborn and caring. He made bet that he could get Natalia to dance with him twice, because he was broke, disowned and desperate. But one conversation with her and he realizes that he has become intrigued by her. Natalia thought that he was a hero, an honest and chivalrous soldier, but one conversation with him and she thinks that he is just like the rest of the men she knows. Yet she's still intrigued and invites him to meet in the garden, where they get caught kissing. He wants to marry her, she doesn't trust him. The storyline gets better and more intriguing as you read. A secret eventually comes to light, one that will change their relationship forever.

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