Put Up Your Duke (Paperback)

A Dukes Behaving Badly Novel

By Megan Frampton

Avon, 9780062352224, 384pp.

Publication Date: June 30, 2015

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

He was once happily bedding and boxing, but in the newest Duke's Behaving Badly novel, Nicholas Smithfield has inherited a title and a bride . . .

To keep his estate afloat, the new Duke of Gage must honor an agreement to marry Lady Isabella Sawford. Stunningly beautiful, utterly tempting, she's also a bag of wedding night nerves, so Nicholas decides to wait to do his duty—even if it means heading to the boxing saloon every day to punch away his frustration.

Groomed her whole life to become the perfect duchess, Isabella longs for independence, a dream that is gone forever. As her husband, Nicholas can do whatever he likes—but, to Isabella's surprise, the notorious rake instead begins a gentle seduction that is melting every inch of her reserve, night by night . . .

To his utter shock, Nicholas discovers that no previous exploits were half as pleasurable as wooing his own wife. But has the realm's most disreputable duke found the one woman who can bring him to his knees— and leave him there?



About the Author

Megan Frampton writes historical romance under her own name and romantic women’s fiction as Megan Caldwell. She likes the color black, gin, dark-haired British men, and huge earrings, not in that order. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and son.



Praise For Put Up Your Duke: A Dukes Behaving Badly Novel

Frampton’s second Dukes Behaving Badly romance is pure delight. [...] Historical romance fans will relish this realistic and emotionally charged story. ”
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Heartwarming and delightful, Frampton’s latest Dukes Behaving Badly is a perfect example of her strong storytelling skills. [...] The pitch-perfect dialogue and pacing enhance readers’ enjoyment.”
— RT Book Reviews

“This romp boasts deliciously sensual, sometimes hilarious, love scenes and a sparkling, outspoken younger sister who has hidden talents and definitely needs her own book.”
— Library Journal