A Rose for the Duke

A Rose for the Duke

by Jane Shannon-Petlin

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Lady Rose Langley and her mother, Countess Langley, only have each other left in this world because the Earl, Earl Langley, and his eldest son were killed in a carriage accident and the youngest son of the household has gone off to America to make his fortune and find himself.

Countess Langley and Lady Rose Langley have been trying to survive on only hopes and prayers while attempting to maintain the legacy and family history for the youngest son, hoping someday he might return from America.

Lady Rose, while trying to save herself from a horrible scoundrel, Lord Cranwell, meets and falls in love with the Duke of Thorne, Marcus Thorne. The Duke also believes that he is in love with Lady Rose. The only problem is that the Duke is already engaged to someone else!

What a pickle! Continue to read to find out the exciting conclusion!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157081102
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Publication date: 11/19/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 569 KB

About the Author

Jane Shannon-Petlin has been writing all kinds of stories for over a half a century, but professionally for only about ten years. Her first story has two different versions of the same book for children, titled Jenny and The Magical Garden of Belief. Jane lives in California with her husband, Bob, and three of their seven daughters who are still at home. Jane has an unfailing love and devotion for all animals that rival her love for humans. Jane still loves to read as much as possible, go to amusement parks, and hunt through Thrift Stores for unfound treasures.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this book hard to put down. I am looking forward to reading more of this authors nove?s.