Duchess

Duchess When Damara received a message from the palace she knew it could only mean one thing Her husband was dead She had prepared herself for this moment ever since he marched off to war Following the news

  • Title: Duchess
  • Author: Nicolette Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781505293982
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Damara received a message from the palace, she knew it could only mean one thing Her husband was dead She had prepared herself for this moment ever since he marched off to war Following the news of her husband s death, she comes face to face with her husband s sister, the Queen She has come to Damara with a request from beyond the grave Writ on the aging parchmenWhen Damara received a message from the palace, she knew it could only mean one thing Her husband was dead She had prepared herself for this moment ever since he marched off to war Following the news of her husband s death, she comes face to face with her husband s sister, the Queen She has come to Damara with a request from beyond the grave Writ on the aging parchment, her husband left her instructions and a confession He was not the man she thought he was He was the king s spy and he died in his service In his final letter to Damara, her husband asks her to find his killer and take his place as a royal spy Whether Damara wants to or not, she has to find her husband s killer As Damara s world crumbles around her she is dragged down into a world of secret orders and dangerous forgotten magic She must follow the clues her husband left behind in order to find his killer to free herself of the secrets that bind her.

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    1 thought on “Duchess”

    1. Short storyLeaves the reader wanting more! Thicker plot lines and twists would have helped. Also, the are characters are not as well defined.

    2. I wanted to love this. I really, really did, but it didn't hook me.I coudn't get into the characters. They felt rather flat and forgettable. Damara Florett, Our Heroine, felt like she was well and truly out of her depth in the game of noble politics. She spends too much time being used as a pawn and not enough time being a proactive character.Also I wanted more worldbuilding. This is clearly a fantasy world and I wanted something deeper than the standard European template with contemporary socia [...]

    3. HmmmWell, this was not what I thought it would be. I was hoping for a different end result, but it turned out how I imagine one in this position would turn out in reality. There was extramarital relations although you don't see it. I didn't really like the duchess. I had a hard time relating to her and her choices. I received this book free from one of the book subscription emails.

    4. I really enjoyed this book. It is a quick read and will keep you guessing until the end. I love a good murder mystery, especially set in the time period of dukes and kings. The olden language was done well and the main character was likeable. Although she grieved for her husband, she was not portrayed as 'weak' or 'needing to be saved.' She embarks on a quest to find her husband's killer and finds little clues along the way.

    5. Duchess-Great StoryWhat a great story. You never knew who was good and who was bad. Finally you got the picture and hoped for the best! Everyone will enjoy reading this intriguing story.

    6. Did not enjoyKnew the plot and truth early in the story. It was annoying waiting for the main character to figure it out. She was not believable or sympathetic.

    7. No depthThere was no depth to this book. The main character was incredibly unbelievable and exceedingly under developed, like the plot.

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