A MOST UNUSUAL DUKE Blog Tour
I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the A MOST UNUSUAL DUKE by Susanna Allen Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway! Link in bio.
About The Book:
Title: A MOST UNUSUAL DUKE (Shapeshifters of the Beau Monde #2)
Author: Susanna Allen
Pub. Date: December 28, 2021
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Formats: Paperback, eBook, Audiobook
Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Kindle, Audible, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, TBD, Bookshop.org
Bridgerton meets Werewolves Within in this sparkling shapeshifter Regency romance mixed with humor, steamy chemistry, and fantasy.
The Duke said he’d never get married…
The Prince Regent insists his cousin and fellow bear shifter, Arthur Humphries, the Duke of Osborn, take a mate to ensure the continuation of their species. After all, Arthur is an Alpha, so he must set a good example. The duke would very much prefer to continue his comfortable bachelor lifestyle, but the Prince Regent is not a bear to be poked.
Beatrice, the widowed Marchioness of Castleton, is in possession of a powerful secret. She knows all about Shifters, her horrible late husband being one of them. At any moment, Beatrice could reveal the secrets of the Prince and those like him—unless the Prince can make sure she marries another Shifter.
A marriage between the Duke of Osborn and Beatrice is far from ideal for either one, but at least they won’t fall in love…right?
Witty, fantastical, and entirely unique, A Most Unusual Duke is perfect for readers looking for:
• A delicious Regency romp with a paranormal twist
• A devilishly handsome Alpha hero
• A marriage of convenience
• A magical world to sink your teeth into
“Allen continues to make this unusual genre mash-up sing.” ― Publishers Weekly
“Susanna Allen Writer’s writing is SO GOOD. It sucked me right in. I think you’ll love it, too.”- Julia Quinn, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Bridgerton series.
Wed unwillingly, Arthur, Duke of Osborn and Beatrice, whose first husband was a feral wolf Shifter, have agreed to a ‘white’ marriage: that is, they will be husband and wife in name only. Or will they? Scent is of the utmost importance to versipelles, or Shapeshifters, and it would seem that Beatrice’s is becoming more appealing every day.
Osborn reached up to run a hand over his hair, putting order on curls that routinely threatened to spring free, a habit that made her petticoats feel oppressively tight, which was an impossibility. He considered her and ran his hand over his lush hair slowly. He sniffed and shook his head, confused. “Have you taken to using a new perfume?”
“I am using the soap as supplied by your staff.”
“Our staff,” he corrected absently. He reached for her wrist again and ran his fingers over her pulse, which skipped like stones over a lake. Which he felt. Which made him squint. “No, this is not mint nor jasmine. This is rather…” he drifted off, lost for words. For once.
About Susanna Allen:
… moved to Ireland for twelve months — in 1998. Having gained a Master of Philosophy in Irish Theatre Studies from the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College, she embarked on a career in theatre criticism, eventually moving into feature writing on all things cultural, as well as lifestyle-oriented subjects for major Irish titles across newsprint and magazines.
Writing as Susan Conley, she is the author of Drama Queen and The Fidelity Project, both published by Headline UK, and the soon-to-be republished That
Magic Mischief. Her memoir, Many Brave Fools: A Story of Addiction, Dysfunction, Codependency… and Horses is published by Trafalgar Square Books and recounts the growth and insights she acquired after having taken up horse riding as an
Susan is living her life by the three Rs: reading, writing and horseback riding, and can generally be found on her sofa with her e-reader; gazing out a window and thinking about made-up people; or cantering around in circles. She loves every minute of it!
2 winners will receive a finished copy of A MOST UNUSUAL DUKE, US Only.
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