The Duke of Distraction (The Untouchables, #12) by Darcy Burke

The Duke of Distraction (The Untouchables, #12)

After witnessing how love embittered his uncle and broke his father, Felix Havers, Earl of Ware vows never to love. He conceals his emotions behind a wall of wit and charm, and is celebrated as the master of entertainments—parties, picnics, races. When his best friend’s wallflower sister needs to find a husband, he promises to make her the toast of London... without losing his heart. Miss Sarah Colton has given up on the pursuit of marriage....


Details The Duke of Distraction (The Untouchables, #12)

TitleThe Duke of Distraction (The Untouchables, #12)
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Release DateFeb 26th, 2019
PublisherDarcy Burke Publishing
GenreRomance, Historical Romance, Historical, Regency
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Reviews The Duke of Distraction (The Untouchables, #12)

  • Edwina
    1970-01-01
    ARC KINDLY PROVIDED BY AUTHOR DARCY BURKE!!I don't want to give too much away about this wonderful romantic friendship based and sensual love story . I loved the characters Felix Havers Earl of Ware and Sarah Colton. The two lead characters are very well written. You will fall in love with both of them. They are the type of couple you well root for while reading there story. Sarah's parents want her to marry now. Sarah is a hat designer something...
  • Maggie Whitworth
    1970-01-01
    If you follow The Untouchables Series you’ll have been waiting with baited breath for this one . Felix , The man who is always there in the background, always cheerful and giving pleasure but we never were told anything about him till now . Your going to adore Felix more than before by the time you finish this book , he’s the same rakish , attentive, adorable Rogue , he’s always around to help and provide distraction and entertainment. But ...
  • Barbara Rogers
    1970-01-01
    Series: The Untouchables #12Publication Date: 2/26/19The final book in the Untouchables series presents us with the much-anticipated story of Felix and Sarah. Felix is the best friend of Sarah’s brother Anthony and they have all known each other their whole lives. The story is well-written and stays on-point, but is, well, just a bit on the lackluster side. As I read, I kept expecting something to happen, but it never did. What we have is a str...
  • Tracy Emro
    1970-01-01
    3.5 rounded up.I have loved the Untouchables Series and have looked forward to Sarah and Felix's story since meeting them in the Duke of Seduction. Felix Havers, the Earl of Ware is such a likeable character, but apparently, I misjudged his motivations, this story is completely different than I expected and I am still reeling and trying to come to grips with the events and revelations found within this book's pages!Felix Havers and Sarah Colton h...
  • Brenda
    1970-01-01
    After witnessing how love embittered his uncle and broke his father, Felix Havers, Earl of Ware vows never to love. He conceals his emotions behind a wall of wit and charm, and is celebrated as the master of entertainments—parties, picnics, races. When his best friend’s wallflower sister needs to find a husband, he promises to make her the toast of London... without losing his heart. Miss Sarah Colton has given up on the pursuit of marriage. ...
  • Beneath The Covers Blog
    1970-01-01
    Full review can be found HERE --> https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...*ARC provided for a voluntary honest review.* ~Sonal
  • Stacee
    1970-01-01
    As with the other books in this series, I was immediately all in. I really liked Sarah and Felix. She knows what she wants out of life and she’s ready to go after it. He’s unsettled in life and going through the motions. I absolutely loved that Sarah and Felix had known each other forever. Sarah’s northern Anthony was interesting and of course all of the previous characters are great. Plot wise it was good? I was definitely here for everyth...
  • K.S. Marsden
    1970-01-01
    Sarah is determined to live an independent life, and let social expectations be damned. But when everything comes crashing down around her, she realises the only bright point left, is life-long friend Felix.I received a free copy from Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.This is the twelfth book in the Untouchables series, but it can be read as a stand-alone (with the minor exception of the epilogue).Sarah is an independent young woman, wh...
  • eyes.2c
    1970-01-01
    Hats, events and love!I must admit to finding the Duke of Distraction sort of distracting. How can such a seemingly strong storyline become less?I applauded Sarah Colton's desire to setup her own millenary establishment as a safeguard for her future if she remained a spinster. I was appalled by her willingness to give up not only her dream, but the promises she'd made to a milliner's assistant. Sadly lacking sense of loyalty here. (Oh wait, I don...
  • Supriya Saran
    1970-01-01
    The Duke of Distraction is the 12th book in The Untouchables series and why do I have a feeling it sounded like the last :(. The end was definitely like a send off with all the previous hero and heroines making a ’pregnant’ appearance! We witnessed a reunion at Lady Eugenia Satterfield’s famous ball, and it hit all the right nostalgic buttons and will have the readers going back to revisit all the previous books.Felix and Sarah had my atten...