A Spinster for the Rakish Duke by Ava MacAdams, a review

A Spinster for the Rakish Duke is Ava MacAdam’s newest addition. I was lucky enough to get an arc copy of this book and I have to say it was a lovely book. The third book in the Notorious Sisters of London series this book can be read on its own, though I heavily suggest the other two as well. My one complaint would be the title of this book, which I will explain momentarily. Now allowed me to get in to the nitty gritty of this book.

As with previous books Ava MacAdam’s provides a wonderful story of enduring love with a tiny bit of mystery. The female protagonist Emma fits well in to the time frame in which the story takes place, and her issues are believable and well placed. Though I found some of her reasoning towards the end of the book to be flimsy, I had to remind myself that she was a woman in love.

The male protagonist, Donovan, is where my issue with the title of the book comes in. While he may have a couple of moments with Emma that could be rakish in nature, these moments remain private, (for the most part) his public reputation is one of a fairly respectable Duke. (Unless you are a solicitor, anyway.)

All in all, aside from my issue with the title choice, which I know is chosen to grab attention as all book titles are I have to say that this is yet another fantastic romance by Ava MacAdam’s and should be read by both fans of the author and historical romances.

Published by Tawny Molina

Hello there, My name is Tawny, I am a freelance writer who has been working in a variety of fields for over a decade. Hope you enjoy the content I provide.

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