Book Review: The Duke’s Quandary by Callie Hutton
Book Review by Suzi Love
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I loved the quandary in this book. Drake, the duke, is determined to find a perfect tonnish bride and poor clumsy Penelope is far from his ideal.
It’s great fun watching the hero and heroine become closer as they try to solve their own individual problems and it’s one of those stories that you want them to have a happy ever after. I’m a huge fan of scientifically minded heroines and Penelope is a botanist in an era when women were banned from even visiting the hallowed grounds of a botany group and it’s wonderful to see Penelope continue her botany, despite being the wrong gender.
And Callie Hutton has obviously done her Regency homework and brings London ballrooms and parks to life with her descriptions.
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About Callie Hutton
Callie Hutton always knew those stories she made up in her head would be written down one day. There was nowhere else for them to go. After years of writing articles and interviews for magazines and company newsletters, she decided to tackle writing a book. That was back in 2010. Now with twelve books under her belt, and seven more contracted, the relief at having somewhere to tell those stories is wonderful. She lives in Oklahoma with her husband, adult children and three dogs.