Duke of Deception

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He wants her in his bed ... but can she trust him with her heart? When a duke masquerades as a privateer to track down his father's murderer, his deception results in an unplanned marriage to a young woman with secrets of her own.

Winner of Holt Medallion Award of Merit and Gulf Coast Silken Sands STAR Award. Voted one of the Top 10 Historical Romances for 2013 by RomCon Readers' Crown contest. More
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About Stephie Smith

Stephie Smith was born in Parkersburg, West Virginia, the fifth of six girls. Early years were spent making mischief and, in general, driving her parents crazy while the family migrated between Ohio, West Virginia, and Florida. In fact, her family moved so often--18 times before Stephie finished sixth grade--that some people suspected they were running from the law.

Stephie left home at 14, finished high school at 16, and enlisted in the Air Force at 18, graduating with honors from the USAF Schools of Electronics and Instrumentation. After attending several colleges and universities around the country (switching majors from Chemistry to Art to English to Psychology but never figuring out what she wanted to be when she grew up), she followed her sisters to east central Florida and settled there. She remains there today writing historical romance, humorous women's fiction, and computer how-to books. You can contact her through her website StephieSmith.com. She loves to hear from readers.

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Reviews of Duke of Deception by Stephie Smith

Tj McKinnon reviewed on Sep. 9, 2014

I loved this book! It had intrigue and misunderstandings. It was really unpredictable which made it a great read.
The characters were well thought out and had tonnes of layers which made them believable. I loved Derek and his ability to say all the wrong things to a woman.
The novel was extremely easy to read!
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Novelholic reviewed on Sep. 7, 2014

Wonderful read!
page turner.
looking forward for more books from the author.
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