A Favor for the Prince
ebook ∣ Duke's Sons
By Jane Ashford
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Bestselling Regency romance author Jane Ashford brings the reader inside the Prince Regent's palace for a thrilling romance
"Jane Ashford absolutely delights."—Night Owl Reviews, TOP PICK
Lord Alan Gresham is a bit embarrassed when the Prince Regent demands that he abandon his science experiments to work on an extremely important project—getting rid of a ghost. Alan is determined to debunk this obvious hoax as quickly as possible—until he meets a maddeningly forthright beauty.
Ariel Harding is also on a mission to discover the source behind the hauntings. She's initially unimpressed with Alan, but they soon realize that working together will get them the answers they seek. But only if they can keep their hands off each other...
The Duke's Sons Series:
A Favor for the Prince (Prequel)
Heir to the Duke (Book 1)
What the Duke Doesn't Know (Book 2)
Lord Sebastian's Secret (Book 3)
Nothing Like a Duke (Book 4)
The Duke Knows Best (Book 5)
Praise for The Duke's Sons series:
"With her usual flair for subtle characterization and polished writing expertly leavened with dry wit, Ashford delivers another superbly crafted addition to her Duke's Sons series...required reading for fans of cleverly conceived, smartly written Regency historical romances."—Booklist
"Jane Ashford has become synonymous with outstanding classic Regency romances."—Night Owl Reviews, TOP PICK
"There's plenty of wit, matchmaking, sweetness and sensuality to keep readers highly entertained."—RT Book Reviews
"Ashford soars to new heights of literary excellence by creating a cleverly conceived story that takes all the traditional elements readers love in Regency romances and making everything seem refreshingly new. Throw in Ashford's gift for creating intriguingly different characters and her dry sense of humor, and you have a romance worth cherishing."—Booklist
"Graced with lively wit, excellent period detail, and appealing protagonists, this fetching romp enthusiastically launches Ashford's new series."—Library Journal