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The Duke [Paperback]

Catherine Coulter
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Oct. 20 1995 Coulter Historical Romance (Book 4)
When proud young Ian Carmichael, an English duke, is named the Scottish earl of Penderleigh, the entire Robertson clan is outraged, excluding the former earl's granddaughter, Brandy, but she fears that one of her embittered relatives will kill Ian.

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“A good storyteller…Coulter always keeps the pace brisk.”—Fort Worth Star-Telegram

“Ms. Coulter is a one-of-a-kind author who knows how to hook her readers and keep them coming back for more.”—The Best Reviews

“Coulter is excellent at portraying the romantic tension between her heroes and heroines, and she manages to write explicitly but beautifully about sex as well as love.”—Milwaukee Journal

“Coulter instinctively feeds our desire to believe in knights in shining armor and everlasting love—historical romance at its finest.”—

“One of the genre’s great storytellers.”—Kansas City Star

“One of the masters of the genre.”—The Newark Star-Ledger

“Catherine Coulter is one of the best authors of exciting thrillers writing today.”—Midwest Book Review
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About the Author

Catherine Coulter is the New York Times bestselling author of more than sixty-five books, including historical and contemporary romances and her wildly popular FBI suspense thriller series. She lives in Northern California.
--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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5.0 out of 5 stars THE BEST I'VE EVER READ May 6 1999
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It's been a hobby of mine to read books. I love reading books and I hope that she'll continue to write more. Lord Harry is entertaining and The Lord of Hawkell Island is really moving. Catherine Coultier is one of my two favorite writers. Thank you for giving us the chance to read and learn from your book and hope you'll continue to use your strategies. I like the way you plot the story and how you go about them. They have a lot of details that allow us to form some of our views and make us feel that we are in the book and that we are one of the characters.
Sincerely, Maylynne
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of my top ten. June 15 1999
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This is one of my favorite books, romance or not. Catherine Coulter is also one of my favorite authors. :) She pulls you into a different world with her writing, a world of manners and lechery, heroism and duels, treachery and hatred. This particular book deals with Scotland. I enjoyed reading this particular book because Coulter included many details about Scotland that I enjoyed learning. I also love Brandy, and think that Ian sounds really, really hot. :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Da Bomb Feb. 26 2003
It was one of the best books I ever read. Catherine Coulter is a very talented writer. I can't wait for her next book. I think that Brandy was very luck to have met Ian. The thing about them being married as cousins was common back then. Also they weren't close cousins. They were distant cousins. So I don't think it was a "sick" book. It was very romantic novel. The setting of Scotland and timing of the book made it even better.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Cousins? Aug. 24 2000
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It's not like me to trash on a book, I try to be open minded. But the family ties between Brandy and Ian kind of wierded me out. I know they did that then but... Well anyway that was really the only thing that disturbed me. If I forgot about it, it was a very good book! And what she thought was wrong with her, Huge breasts and a tiny waist, poor girl. Such an obstacale to overcome.: ) It did make me laugh though.
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Though the book in itself was wonderful, the plot was very similar to other books written by Coulter.
Brandy is an admirable young woman, portrayed with compassion and strenghth of character. The people match the setting - colorful, yet strong
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