Two Dukes and a Lady
“Charles Ashdown, Duke of Densmore, and his closest friend William Kenwood, Duke of Tennison, love gambling and womanizing too much to ever be ensnared by a debutante. Certainly, no decent wife would allow the debauchery they enjoy. But the only woman they’ve ever loved has returned. Unfortunately, Society, and likely darling Lily, will never accept the sharing relationship they’d like to propose.
Lillian Drew returns to England after her husband’s mysterious death and finds solace with her girlhood crushes, Charles and William. Sure, they’re as unapologetically crass and self-centered as always, but she loves them both. When her dead husband’s creditors come after her, she has no choice but to remarry, though she can’t make up her mind which duke she’ll propose to. With a toss of one of the few coins she has left to her name, she hopes the loser will understand.”
I picked this one up after finishing “Two Dukes are Better than One” by the same author, in hopes I would find something more substantial than the last one. Sadly, I was disappointed.
While abundant with erotic sex scenes, the story lacks plot and character development. While sex scenes can be nice, without having more than superficial characters, it falls short.
Despite being rated the same, this book was not as good as the other, but they were both meh.
Overall I’m unlikely to pick up another book by this duo.
About the Author
Lori Perkins has been writing since she was six and wrote her first erotica at 12, when she serialized an erotic novel for her classmates in sixth grade. Since then, she has written or edited 30 books, 25 of which have been erotic romance anthologies. She is the founder of both the L. Perkins Agency, an established New York literary agency with numerous books on the New York Times bestseller list, as well as the Publisher of Riverdale Avenue Books, an award-winning hybrid publisher.
USA Today bestselling author, Jamie K. Schmidt, writes erotic contemporary love stories and paranormal romances. Her steamy, romantic comedy Life’s a Beach reached #65 on USA Today, #2 on Barnes & Noble and #9 on Amazon and iBooks. Her dragon paranormal romance series from Entangled Publishing, has been called “fun and quirky” and “endearing.”
When the team isn’t concocting sexy scenes with naughty dukes or writing female centered erotica, they can be found reading, drinking wine, and contemplating the next fantasy they want to share with their readers.”