Sherri Lupton Hollister

How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days by Laura Lee Guhrke 

I am unfamiliar with this author, I bought this book because of the title. Anyone who doesn’t think a title matters has no concept of marketing. Because I loved the movie How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days, I decided to give a try. I was not disappointed! 

The prologue is almost poetic. In the chant of the natives to the memories of England, Guhrke weaves throught, emotion and memory into a sweet song. 

Edie is the kind of heroine we love to cheer for. Her determination to be in charge of her own life, to not allow herself to be a victim, gives us a role model to emulate. 

Stuart, Edie’s husband lives up to his epitaph…hero. He is the kind of man all young girls dream of. The one who will see their beauty and worth, who will do anything to make them happy and safe.

The romance seems impossible at first. Watching the story unfold is at times heart breaking. Seeing all they have to overcome had me turning pages wanting to see them finally get together.

This is a must read for anyone who loves a good story and especially a beautiful romance.

I’ll be looking for more books by this author!

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