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The Duke of Aces (Ladies of Risk Book 2)

Wagering on Love is Risky... A lady’s fate should never be determined by the turn of a card.

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Wagering on Love is Risky…

A lady’s fate should never be determined by the turn of a card.

Lady Isadora Malbury must remain unwed if she wishes to continue to be a member of the exclusive and secret Wicked Ladies Salon. Having survived two Seasons already without a single proposal, one more shouldn’t be a challenge, that is until she finds herself wagering with the pompous Duke of Aces for her hand.

Love is not in the cards for one of England’s top spies.
The Duke of Avondale has decided it’s time to wed. As an agent for the Foreign Office, he needs a woman who can keep a secret. Spying the reserved and aloof Lady Isadora at his summer house party, Avondale believes he’s identified the perfect candidate to become the next Duchess of Avondale. Except, the woman has no interest in marriage, but she does have a fondness for taking risks.

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Ladies of Risk
An Earl Unmasked
The Duke of Aces
King Takes Queen

Series: Ladies of Risk, Book 2
Genre: Regency Romance
Tag: Dragonblade Original
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About the Author
Rachel Ann Smith

Rachel Ann Smith writes steamy historical romances with a twist. Her debut series, Agents of the Home Office, features female protagonists that defy convention.

When Rachel isn’t writing, she loves to read and spend time with the family. She is frequently found with her Kindle by the pool during the summer, on the side-lines of the soccer field in the spring and fall, or curled up on the couch during the winter months.

She currently lives in Colorado with her extremely understanding husband and their two very supportive children.

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