The Duke's Dilemma (The Wolf Deceivers Book 2)

The Duke s Dilemma The Wolf Deceivers Book Edward Dalton the new Duke of Langsdale must soon take a wife to ensure the hereditary line A young war widow seems the perfect choice She is charming well respected with impeccable character and

  • Title: The Duke's Dilemma (The Wolf Deceivers Book 2)
  • Author: Elaine Manders
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  • Page: 426
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  • Edward Dalton, the new Duke of Langsdale, must soon take a wife to ensure the hereditary line A young war widow seems the perfect choice She is charming, well respected with impeccable character, and her connections to the Ton s most important people is an asset he can t ignore But Edward is intrigued by another widow The mysterious, hauntingly beautiful Lady Wayte CaEdward Dalton, the new Duke of Langsdale, must soon take a wife to ensure the hereditary line A young war widow seems the perfect choice She is charming, well respected with impeccable character, and her connections to the Ton s most important people is an asset he can t ignore But Edward is intrigued by another widow The mysterious, hauntingly beautiful Lady Wayte Cassandra Wayte could not be a unsuitable match She isn t received by polite society, and her notorious dealings with London s underclass is the talk of nobility from White s patrons to the most fashionable hostesses It s even whispered she murdered her elderly husband But Edward sees a different side of the tragic lady, and he determines to discover the secrets tormenting her As he peels away the layers of her resistance, he discovers a malevolent adversary stalking Lady Wayte and exposes a level of depravity that shocks even his war hardened sensibilities Can he win her trust and her heart And at what cost to the dukedom As Cassandra s relentless search for her husband s murderer exposes both her and Edward to unseen dangers, all they can rely on is their love for each other and their faith in God.

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  • "The Duke's Dilemma" by Elaine Manders is the second book in "The Wolf Deceivers" series. It is a sweet romance that actually deals with a very dark topic–human trafficking and sex slavery. While the juxtaposition of a romance and the struggle of these dark themes can be jarring at times, the book has an important message to tell. I have not read the first book in the series, but “The Duke’s Dilemma” is a standalone novel.I think what makes this book special are the characters. Cassandra [...]


  • "The Duke's Dilemma" (The Wolf Deceivers Book 2) by Elaine MandersGenerally I am not a big reader of Regency novels, but the description of "The Duke's Dilemma," caught my interest. I am glad that it did. This is also the first book I have read from this author. I enjoyed it immensely. By utilizing the basic storyline that this woman is right for the Duke and is marriage material, yet the Duke doesn't like her and she is all wrong for him, but this other woman is exactly right for the Duke, but [...]


  • I was a bit worried when I procrastinated a bit on getting this read and realized it was the second in a series and I didn't have time to read the first book. I started reading and then quickly read the synopsis of the first book and realized I was safe. While they are part of a series they appear to be totally stand alone. I wasn't so certain at first. But the things I questioned that I was missing were resolved later in the story. And oh my gravy what a story it was. I really really liked it. [...]


  • This is the second book by Elaine Manders I have read and it is my favorite so far. I was kept up into the wee hours of the night engrossed in this story. I really liked the hero and heroine of this story. This was not your usual story of love interests keeping secrets and then the misconceptions that follow no, this story actually showed what would happen when those secrets came to life. Do you forgive and move on or do you hold a grudge? I liked that Cassandra and Edward worked together as a t [...]


  • The Duke's Dilemma is book two from Elaine Manders's The Wolf Deceivers series. Since I have not read the first book in the series, The Chieftain's Choice, I believe it can be read as a stand alone as I did not feel as though I was missing anything. I really liked The Duke's Dilemma. I could just feel for Cassandra and could relate to her being a misfit and being misunderstood. Society can be cruel and I can imagine at her status, it was much worse. I liked how she wanted to save others beneath [...]


  • The Duke’s Dilemma follows the story of Cassandra, giving you peeks into a difficult past and her mission to save others from it. She’s a strong character who, for the most part, isn’t too far out of the historical norm (for her situation) to be unbelievable. Too often authors ascribe modern sensibilities and/or actions to their historical characters, but based on who and what Cassandra is/was, I believe her character to be rather realistic.And Edward, the duke, is another example of a cha [...]


  • I like a good who-dun-it novel. The Duke's Dilemma is one of those. Aaaand it also contains one of my other favorite genres--history! The setting is London in the year 1815. I enjoy a good Regency novel, and this one was no disappointment. I'd never read one of Elaine Manders' books before, and I hope this is not my last!Lady Cassandra Wayte married into her title. Born a farm girl, Cassandra found herself in a horrible situation, and Lord Wayte took in her and her godmother. Later, they were ma [...]


  • The Duke's Dilemma is the second book in Elaine Manders series, The Wolf Deceivers, and it is really good. This is the first time I have read anything from Elaine Manders and I am so glad I did. This book is a mix of Christian Historical and Suspense Fiction.2 genres I love. This historical fiction takes place in Regency Era, an Era I am learning more and more about, totally love it! Elaine Manders writes with authority about The 1880's in England, The hierarchy, society mores, language, and the [...]


  • This is the first I have of The Wolf Deceivers, however I did not feel as if I was missing anything by not reading the first book. I could easily follow the storyline, the characters, and the setting. However, do not let that stop you from reading book one first - I will be checking it out once I have the time. I loved the historical aspect, but also the mystery as Cassandra searched for her husband's murderer. Most mysteries I read are set in present day, so this was certainly a treat.Elaine di [...]


  • The Duke's Dilemma wowed me with the strong characters and plot set in the era of Regency England. Duke Edward Dalton was taken with Lady Cassandra Wayte, even though another was striving for his attention. Edward’s young sister, Sarah, desired Lady Wayte to assist her with her artistic abilities. This was only a small chance she could persuade Edward and Cassandra together if Cassandra came to their place for the lessons. The characters are strong, determined, and crafty in their various role [...]


  • I'm giving this book 4 stars.1: First time for this author. I enjoyed it. Also. possibly first time for regency. I thought I had read some before, and maybe I have, or maybe I just got confused and thought regency was something else. Either way, I was afraid at the start that I might not like it as much, but turns out, Elaine Manders did a great job making me fall in love with the gossipy ol' Ton.2: I loved the characters. Even before I was really and truly "into" the story, little Sarah was a f [...]


  • The Duke's Dilemma by Elaine Manders, although second in The Wolf Deceivers series, is a stand alone story. Who are the wolf deceivers? The author defines them as ones who stalk the young and vulnerable of society who stray too far from the fold and are easy pickings for the wolves. In the Duke's Dilemma, readers meet Lady Cassandra Wayte a beautiful and enigmatic widow. Even though she is titled and wealthy, because she was low-born and has a mysterious past, she is considered an outcast, gossi [...]


  • "The Duke’s Dilemma" by Elaine Manders is book two in the series,The Wolf Deceivers. I have also read book one and both books are standalones. I enjoyed this book except a couple of scenes because they were about rape and though they were written without a lot of graphic details, it is a topic that is hard to read about, but then the book is about human trafficking and sex slavery along with a romance. It also is a who done it, Cassandra's search for her husband's killer. I was really surprise [...]


  • The Duke’s Dilemma is the second book in the Wolf Deceiver’s series, but was easily read as a stand-alone. I connected with Cassandra and Edward immediately and found myself rooting for them as they navigated the curve balls like tossed at them. I was saddened when Cassandra was ostracized and subjected to unfounded gossip, and I felt her grief at the memories about the loss of her husband. I enjoyed following the investigation to discover the identity of the murderer. (I didn’t figure it [...]


  • There's nothing mundane about this book. The talented and shunned Lady Cassandra Wayte is a grieving widow, with a noble secret cause in her life passed to her from her beloved deceased husband. Edward is now a Duke, his title having passed to him after tragedy entered his life. He's drawn to Cassandra, and his little sister, Sarah, adores her. Cassandra has a haunting past, and her passion to rescue young women from the kind of past she endured completely connected me to her and pulled at my he [...]


  • I truly enjoyed this book. Cassandra's life hasn't been easy. She has a past that most of the Ton would be horrified of, but pay good money to hear about. Her new neighbor, Edward, is a duke and has moved in with his sister and aunt in tow. Cassandra is aware of the rumors swirling around her but she is determined to do her late husband's work.I love that Cassandra's past while it shaped who she was, didn't actually define her. Her husband was a savior of sorts and he introduced her to the Savio [...]


  • Regency stories are some of my favorites, and Elaine Manders did not disappoint. I enjoyed the strength and independence of Lady (Cassandra) Wayte despite her vulnerability. She’d lived through some difficult times but came out on the other side with a heart to help other women out of dire situations.Edward Dalton is the perfect match for her. He knows what he wants and isn’t afraid to go after it. He’s a protector—for both Lady Wayte and his sister. When others tell him to remain cautio [...]


  • A lovely story of moving past the gossip, rudeness, the feeling of being beneath and unsuitable by others to be seen for who Cassandra really is.Edward Dalton does just that when he finds himself drawn to her. I loved the characters of Cassandra, Dalton and Sarah. Cassandra doesn't know if she can trust him with her secret. Throughout the pages, you'll bump into mystery, laughter, fresh eyes and of course, romance. I love this era.Blessings,Karen HadleyRating: 4*I received this as a gift. All op [...]


  • Excellent StoryExcellent story about a real crime that has existed for ages and will continue to as long as the depraved are allowed to profit from their acts while others turn their backs. This was a sweet romance about one who escaped a life of degradation, but was still haunted by it even as she struggled against those still trapped and a man who struggled with his own nightmares. An eye-opener as well as a delightful romance with a Christian message.


  • The Duke's Dilemma is a delightful Regency. Cassandra Wayte is a charming widow with a huge secret. Edward Duke of Langsdale lives next door with his young sister. Once Sarah, his sister, decides to matchmake, the fun begins! I loved the plot and Cassandra's compassionate nature. Edward makes a wonderful hero!I am going to have to dig up a copy of the first bookazon/Chieftains-ChoI was given this book by Celebrate Lit for review purposes. All thoughts are my own.


  • "The Duke's Dilemma" is the 2nd book in the "Wolf Deceivers" series. I read the first one before reading this one, but there is no connection between the books. They truly are stand alone books being in different eras and locations. This book, though set in the Regency period, is relevant to issues today with it dealing with human trafficking and girls pressed into serving in brothels. It was handled tastefully without mention of what takes place in such places (it calls it torment or vile acts) [...]


  • I have not read any of Elaine Manders’ books before The Duke’s Dilemma, and after reading this one, I am willing to try another. The Duke’s Dilemma is a good book. It’s written well, the suspense and mystery is well done, and the romance between Cassandra and Edward is believable, sweet, and realistic. Cassandra is our heroine, and she’s a good one. She’s dedicated to a cause of rescuing women from brothels, and is smart, funny, and likable, but never annoyingly so. Cassandra is also [...]


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