[EPUB] (Bringing Down the Duke)


  • Paperback
  • 368
  • Bringing Down the Duke
  • Evie Dunmore
  • English
  • 19 April 2018
  • 9781984805683

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    read & download Bringing Down the Duke free read Ú PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ô Evie Dunmore Evie Dunmore ô 6 review 35 stars There are many good ualities with this book but at the same time I wasn't as invested or giddy as I usually am for other romance books I've read Some things I enjoyed the focus on women pioneers the discussion about women's roles and position in society and their own homes the friendship between the suffragists the banter between the

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    free read Ú PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ô Evie Dunmore [EPUB] (Bringing Down the Duke) And another debut author smashes it out of the park in 2019 It is becoming clear to be me why a fair girl like you has been left on the shelf You are not only bookish but a radical political activist All highly impractical in a wife

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    [EPUB] (Bringing Down the Duke) This is a book featuring suffragettes but this is not a feminist book In fact Bringing Down the Duke seems to use its thin veneer of wokeness as an excuse to revel in gender essentialism Pretty much every encounter between the two leads mentioned feminine warmth and masculine hardness so I had strained my eyes from rolling them so hard before I was very far into the book The love interest—Sebastian Duke of M

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    read & download Bringing Down the Duke [EPUB] (Bringing Down the Duke) Evie Dun writes a smart historical romance set in the Victorian era that takes place amidst the suffragette campaign for women's rights by getting parliament to amend the married women's property act There is implacable o

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    [EPUB] (Bringing Down the Duke) In Bringing Down the Duke Annabelle is strong and capable but destitute When an opportunity to study at Oxford presents itself she grabs it wi

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    [EPUB] (Bringing Down the Duke) Evie Dunmore ô 6 review Fantastic I enjoyed this romantic historical fiction so much that I am impatiently waiting for the next in this seriesAnnabelle Archer is an English country girl on her way to the University of Oxford in 1879 She w

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    [EPUB] (Bringing Down the Duke) This historical romance is set in 1879 during the early days of the suffrage movement Annabelle a commoner is a woman before

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    read & download Bringing Down the Duke [EPUB] (Bringing Down the Duke) A steamy intelligent and feel good historical romance set in Victorian England at the time of the Suffragette movement 1879 and Annabelle Archer a beautiful but 'over educated' 25 year old becomes one of the first women to study at Oxford University The fiery Miss Archer is awarded a scholarship on the condition that she supports the Suffragette movement and helps to recruit powerful men to the cause It's wh

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Bringing Down the Duke

Bringing Down the Duke free read ↠ 106 S command Her challenge not to give in to the powerful attraction she can't deny for the man who opposes everything she stands forSebastian is appalled to find a suffragist suad has infiltrated his ducal home but the real threat is his impossible feelings for green eyed beauty Annabelle He is looking for a wife of eual standing to secure the legacy he has worked so hard to rebuild not an outspoken commoner who could never be his duchess But he woul. Evie Dun writes a smart historical romance set in the Victorian era that takes place amidst the suffragette campaign for women s rights by getting parliament to amend the married women s property act There is implacable opposition to this from all corners not just from men alone but other women too and including the Tory party and ueen Victoria It is 1879 and the over educated beautiful but destitute 25 year old Annabelle inveigles her way to study amongst the first group of women at Oxford University after gaining a modest scholarship for which she must support the radical political suffragettes led by Lady Lucie Tedbury and their campaign to recruit powerful men of influence to champion their cause Annabelle has the task of recruiting one of the most powerful men in the land the Duke of Montgomery Sebastian Devereux a cold hard man whose home Annabelle and her two fellow bluestockings Hattie and Catriona manage to infiltrateThings do not go to plan as Annabelle becomes ill and a surprisingly strong attraction between the two of them grows However after an affair gone wrong in the past Annabelle is distinctly wary determined not to repeat her errors of judgement Montgomery himself is taken aback by his feelings for Annabelle but he has his future mapped out with the possibility of finally attaining what he has always wanted Additionally his hands are full with a troublesome brother Peregrin a meddling ueen and organising a political campaign to ensure the Tories win the next election This is a time where the upper classes in England used marriage as a tool to secure alliances that enriched them further in the acuisition of land money and power Marriage to Annabelle a country girl of no conseuence would cause a scandal of earth shattering proportions that Montgomery cannot afford Other possible arrangements for their love are stymied by an Annabelle unwilling to ruin her life her reputation or lose her self respect Dun writes a fun and highly entertaining historical novel that takes account of some serious issues of the day regarding the fight for women s rights outlining just how much it cost women to fight the ruthless forces arraigned against them many finding themselves imprisoned their reputations in tatters not to mention having their educational opportunities taken away The characterisation is done well with the smart charismatic Annabelle and Sebastian s character development shifting him fundamentally from the person he was at the beginning to who he becomes by the end This a a novel that I enjoyed reading far than I expected to and would recommend to others It s the first of a series and I look forward to the next one Many thanks to Little Brown for an ARC

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Bringing Down the Duke free read ↠ 106 Dn't be the greatest strategist of the Kingdom if he couldn't claim this alluring bluestocking without the promise of a ringor could heLocked in a battle with rising passion and a will matching her own Annabelle will learn just what it takes to topple a dukeA stunning debut for author Evie Dun and her Oxford Rebels in which a fiercely independent vicar's daughter takes on a duke in a fiery love story that threatens to upend the British social order. In Bringing Down the Duke Annabelle is strong and capable but destitute When an opportunity to study at Oxford presents itself she grabs it with both hands It comes with a scholarship that stipulates her involvement with the women s suffrage movement She needs to lobby men of influence to their cause which is how her path crosses with the Duke of Montgomery sThis story has everything I love in a romance Annabelle is smart and competent and she s not afraid to work hard to make the best of her meager situation Montgomery is dashing and attentive Though he comes across a bit cold in the beginning Annabelle slowly thaws him out He finds her fascinating not just for her pretty face but also for her sharp mind Even though she s resilient and can take care of herself he s still protective of her and comes to her aid There is so much witty banter and meaningful dialog everywhere And the Victorian era reticence and propriety just adds to the whole charming atmosphereI also really enjoyed the look into the women s suffrage movement It s the perfect companion and back story to this romance as it mirrors the value Annabelle places on her independence and her reluctance to hand over any powers to a man It s uplifting and thought provoking to read about what strong women went through back in the day to ensure we have the rights we do todayI m a romantic at heart so I m always searching for the perfect romance that speaks to me And I found exactly what I was looking for in this book Strong women and the dashing men who value them for their mind and their wit will do it for me every time I pretty much swooned from beginning to end After this I ll read anything by Evie Dun The next book in the series comes out in the fall and I can t wait

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Bringing Down the Duke free read ↠ 106 England 1879 Annabelle Archer the brilliant but destitute daughter of a country vicar has earned herself a place among the first cohort of female students at the renowned University of Oxford In return for her scholarship she must support the rising women's suffrage movement Her charge recruit men of influence to champion their cause Her target Sebastian Devereux the cold and calculating Duke of Montgomery who steers Britain's politics at the ueen'. i like historical fiction and i like romance so i have no idea why its taken me so long to get onboard the historical romance train but i am so happy this was my first ride into the genrethere are so many things i enjoyed about this first the writing is delightful the story is written with a uality that is very reminiscent of the time period but also feel refreshingly modern additionally although much of the story focuses on the social structure of victorian england and the politics that surround social positions i was never bored i enjoyed the feminist inclusion and found the womens suffrage subplot enlightening and i am wholeheartedly behind annabelle and sebastian as a couple their banter their exchanges of wit and their palpable chemistry make them such entertaining charactersi am really impressed with this debut novel and i am very much looking forward to reading about other extraordinary women in the upcoming books for this series 45 stars