A lady with a love potion. A Duke who takes it by mistake. Romance and mischief ensues when plans go awry in No Other Duke But You by Valerie Bowman.
SINGLE LADY SEEKS DUKE
Lady Delilah Montebank has her marital sights set on the Duke of Branville. There’s just one problem: he barely knows she exists. But no matter, she’s got a plan to win him over with her charm, her wit—and perhaps the love potion she has in her possession wouldn’t hurt her cause…
Lord Thomas Hobbs, Duke of Huntley, thinks his best friend Delilah’s quest to become a duchess is ridiculous. He’s always said he’d rather give up all the brandy in London than commit to one person for life. Besides, he knows that Delilah’s love potion can’t possibly win over Branville…since she accidentally gave it to him instead. But perhaps this is the excuse he needs to show her he’s always loved her…
Delilah can’t believe she gave the potion to the wrong duke. Then again, Delilah could do a lot worse than win the hand of her handsome best friend. Could it be that the right duke has been before her eyes all along?
As always the first thing I do is thank NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for providing us with a copy of this book so that we can bring you this review.
For those of us who have been reading the Playful Brides Series from book one have seen Delilah and Huntley’s friendship grow from the beginning. So when I first heard about this book coming I knew I couldn’t miss it for the world. I looked forward every second of the day to the moment that I would get to read what happened with them. How their story would change from friends to even more. I loved reading how Huntley never once doubted what he felt for Delilah though she was clueless for so long. She got to try her hand at playing match maker and didn’t even realize she was slowing trying to match herself with the wrong person. But once things are set to rights everything was perfect between them. The blunders that happen are comical and give this book such a fun edge to it. I know you will all enjoy it as much as I did.