The Perfect Duke is now Available!

It’s here!

The Perfect Duke Ebook Cover

Here are the books in the Marriage by Fate Series:

  • The Reclusive Earl (Book 1)
  • Married In Haste (Book 2)
  • Make Believe Bride (Book 3)
  • The Perfect Duke (Book 4)
  • Kidnapping the Viscount (Book 5) (which I’m writing)
  • Maybe another one (we shall see)

Description:

This book follows the events that started in Married In Haste continued on in Make Believe Bride. The social group, Ladies of Grace, is in turmoil, and the remaining members are struggling to undo the damage Lady Eloise did to it. Miss Tara Webb, the heroine of this book, is one of them.

When the gentleman Tara had planned to marry ditches her for another lady, she is left without a solid plan on making Ladies of Grace look good to the Ton. Fortunately, the Duke of Ravenshire comes along at the right moment and proposes marriage. He needs a wife, and fast, in order to avoid debtor’s prison. Tara agrees to marry him since he has a way of charming prominent members of the Ton. Her brother tries to stop the union, but, being twenty-one, she runs off with the Duke of Ravenshire anyway. And, naturally, this stirs up the wrath of her brother.

For those of you on my email list or in my private Facebook group, I sent out a special bonus scene with information on how things progressed for Ladies of Grace five years later. If you don’t want to miss these special scenes in the future, I suggest signing up for the email list or joining my private Facebook group.

Here is where you can find The Perfect Duke:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Barnes & Noble

Kobo

iBooks

Google Play

Smashwords

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to www.ruthannnordin.com or check out https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.wordpress.com.
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8 Responses to The Perfect Duke is now Available!

  1. Congratulations! I hope it does well.

  2. Eve says:

    I got it on Amazon. Any plans to redeem Tara Webb’s brother?

  3. bgstufflebeam@windstream.net says:

    Do you have a separate email list other than this one? I thought I was signed up to receive your extras and have received them before but have not for this book.

    I really enjoy the epilogues you send for the books you have written!!

    Thank you for your time and your awesome books!!

    Billie Stufflebeam

    • If you received the emails I sent out with information about a new release, then you probably were on the email list that I have through MailChimp. Back in May, the EU passed a law that has basically required people (such as myself) to be GDPR compliant. Long story short, I had to create a brand new email list. I made a post about it a while back, and I was afraid some people missed it. ๐Ÿ™‚

      I know it’s a pain, but you have to sign back up for it. I have the form on this blog at this link: https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/sign-up-for-email-list/. I can’t sign anyone up manually, and there are a couple of steps MailChimp will make you go through. But I am sending out my next email tomorrow when The Perfect Wife comes out.

      I was unable to do a bonus epilogue for The Perfect Wife since my brain was pretty much fried from all of the other stuff happening around me. But I did ask people in my Facebook group what they wanted, and most people wanted a timeline for the Larson family. So that is what I’ll be adding as an “extra”.

      However, I’ll be happy to send the special epilogue I made for The Perfect Duke. When you receive the email I’m sending out tomorrow, be sure to reply to it. Just tell me that you’re Billie, and I’ll know to send it to you. I don’t personally keep track of people’s email addresses. I let MailChimp do that for me.

      If you have any questions, please let me know. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Since I’m sending this to you on short notice, I’ll delay sending out the email until Sunday. Hopefully, that will give you enough time to sign up for the email list. I would have replied sooner, but I didn’t have reliable internet yesterday.

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