Before we get into Eva's review, you might want to read what we thought of the first two books in this series! We mention both A Fashionable Indulgence (Book 1) and A Seditious Affair (Book 2) in our Pride Month post for The Ripped Bodice's Summer BINGO.
When Charles Gavin finally proposes to Bonny, she couldn’t be happier. The marriage will mean the end of her family’s financial difficulties since he promises to support them after the wedding. She is so happy that she doesn’t even mind that his proposal boils down to “I looked for a woman that was beautiful and rich but couldn’t find one so one who is just beautiful will have to do.” Only when Baron Loel hints that Gavin has a dark secret she starts wondering if she made the right choice. And when she develops feelings for Loel she never had for Gavin she wonders even more. But it’s not just her family’s fortune that’s at stake: Loel is the reason her family lost their fortune in the first place.
A Duke Like No Other is a second chance-romance, meaning Mark and Nicole had a relationship before. They were even married, but separated not long after the wedding. Over the course of the book we get flashbacks to how they met, fell in love and why they split up. The reason for breakup was their immature behavior (mostly from Mark who misunderstood a situation and immediately assumed the worst but also from Nicole who reacted to the accusations by leaving the country instead of waiting for Mark to calm down and then explain things).