Amelia Willoughby has been engaged to the Duke of Wyndham for as long as she can remember. A mere six months old when the contracts were signed, she has spent the rest of her life waiting. And waiting. And waiting…for Thomas Cavendish , the oh-so-lofty duke, to finally get around to marrying her. But as she watches him from afar, she has a sneaking suspicion that he never thinks about her at all….
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Show menu Top novels. Historical Horror Humorous Mystery Romance. Home Mr. Cavendish, I Presume. Read Mr. Cavendish, I Presume online free. Author: Julia Quinn. Genres: Romance. Series: Two Dukes of Wyndham 2. Amelia Willoughby has been engaged to the Duke of Wyndham for as long as she can remember.
A mere six months old when the contracts were signed, she has spent the rest of her life waiting. And waiting. And waiting But as she watches him from afar, she has a sneaking suspicion that he never thinks about her at all It's true.
He doesn't. Thomas rather likes having a fiancee all the better to keep the husband-hunters at bay and he does intend to marry her But just when he begins to realize that his bride might be something more than convenient, Thomas's world is rocked by the arrival of his long-lost cousin, who may or may not be the true Duke of Wyndham.
And if Thomas is not the duke, then he's not engaged to Amelia. Which is the cruelest joke of all, because this arrogant and illustrious duke has made the mistake of falling in love Top novels. Sins of Sevin. Penelope Ward.
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Mr. Cavendish, I Presume
Cavendish, I Presume? Author: Julia Quinn Genre: Regency. I love Julia Quinn books. Quinn is one of my favorites.
The Lost Duke of Wyndham and Mr. Cavendish, I Presume? by Julia Quinn
The hoopla surrounding it was impossible to miss. As I read each novel after book four, I noticed that my enjoyment dimmed slightly. Not by much but, yes, there was a downward trend. But at eight books it was a lengthy series and such is to be expected. So, okay I was still willing to keep reading your novels. Namely, the over bantering dialogue. The circle blathering, mental and verbal, is enough to drive me insane.