Duke and His Duchess by Grace Burrowes
(Windham Sisters)

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In this second prequel novella to the popular Windham series, New York Times bestselling author Grace Burrowes continues the story of the Duke and Duchess of Moreland through the tumultuous and bittersweet first years of marriage and parenthood.


Percival Windham is a second son and cavalry officer when he weds the beautiful Esther Himmelfarb, who bears her beloved husband four sons in little over five years of marriage. As Percival and Esther's finances become constrained, the ducal heir suffers an ailing heart, and the old duke becomes querulous and forgetful, married life comes to feel like endless loneliness and tribulation. Esther is exhausted and emotional, Percival is considering the wisdom of finding a mistress, and then two women from Percival's past wreak further havoc on the marriage, with potentially disastrous consequences for the entire Windham family.


Percival and Esther must grow into the nobility they've been resisting and stand together, or face the threat of destroying their family and the beautiful love that started out with such promise...

 

About Grace Burrowes

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Grace Burrowes is a prolific award-winning author whose Regency romances have won or finaled in many contests including New Jersey Put Your Heart in a Book, Indiana Golden Opportunity, Virginia Fool for Love, Spacecoast Launching a Star, and the Maggie. She is a practicing attorney specializing in family law and lives in rural Maryland.
 
Published March 5, 2013 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 115 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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