Desperate Duchesses Series - Eloisa James

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Desperate Duchesses

Set in the Georgian period—think Marie Antoinette—a naughtier time than the Regency!

About the Desperate Duchesses Series

The inspiration for this series came from the Georgian era, which was a naughtier time than the Regency, with a different tone to relations between men and women. Think less Almack’s, more Pirate Kings (and Queens). The lives of a group of duchesses intertwine through the novels, though they can certainly be read out of order. Another thread is the Duke of Villiers, who plays something of Cupid role in every book except his own (A Duke of her Own).

Reader Questions about the Desperate Duchesses Series

Do you love Cinderella?

Did you love The Queen’s Gambit?

What happens to the orphans in A Duke of Her Own? Who fed them and took care of them after Eleanor and Leo left the orphanage?

Why isn’t there a chess game in A Duke of Her Own?

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