'Bridgerton lovers have found their next read. J. J. McAvoy is a welcome new voice in historical romance.' New York Times bestselling author Sarah MacLean, on Aphrodite and the Duke Hathor Du Bell has always fought to break free from the shadow left by her revered older sister, Aphrodite. It has been two years since Hathor's debut, and while Aphrodite is a duchess, Hathor has been left with the most boring, incomparable suitors of the ton. With the London season coming to a close, Hathor's anxieties reach a peak. Will she be the only Du Bell unable to find her perfect match?Then Hathor's wildest dream comes true when the Queen announces she'll be presenting Prince Wilhelm Augustus Karl Von Edward of Malrovia during the week-long society event at the Du Bells' Belclere Castle. But the dream quickly crumbles when Hathor is face to face with the prince, and he is nothing like she imagined.A flirtatious rivalry sparks a genuine romance, meanwhile Hathor fights to make a name of her own, despite society's expectations of her. Amidst the grand balls and growing feelings, the final events of the season promise to be the most romantic and shocking of them all.
- Publisher: Quercus Publishing
- ISBN: 9781529425222
- Number of pages: 368
- Weight: 260g
- Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 30 mm