The Duke's Perfect Wife

The Duke s Perfect Wife Lady Eleanor Ramsay is the only one who knows the truth about Hart Mackenzie Once his fiancee she is the sole woman to whom he could ever pour out his heart Hart has it all a dukedom wealth power

  • Title: The Duke's Perfect Wife
  • Author: Jennifer Ashley
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  • Page: 210
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  • Lady Eleanor Ramsay is the only one who knows the truth about Hart Mackenzie Once his fiancee, she is the sole woman to whom he could ever pour out his heart Hart has it all a dukedom, wealth, power, influence, whatever he desires Every woman wants him his seductive skills are legendary But Hart has sacrificed much to keep his brothers safe, first from their brutal fatLady Eleanor Ramsay is the only one who knows the truth about Hart Mackenzie Once his fiancee, she is the sole woman to whom he could ever pour out his heart Hart has it all a dukedom, wealth, power, influence, whatever he desires Every woman wants him his seductive skills are legendary But Hart has sacrificed much to keep his brothers safe, first from their brutal father, and then from the world He s also suffered loss his wife, his infant son, and the woman he loved with all his heart though he realized it too late Now, Eleanor has reappeared on Hart s doorstep, with scandalous nude photographs of Hart taken long ago Intrigued by the challenge in her blue eyes and aroused by her charming, no nonsense determination Hart wonders if his young love has come to ruin him or save him.

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  • Jennifer Ashley

    NY Times Bestselling author Jennifer Ashley writes historical, contemporary, and paranormal romance, historical mysteries, and urban fantasy as Jennifer Ashley, Allyson James, and Ashley Gardner Jennifer s novels have won RWA s RITA and RT Reviewer s Choice awards, have been translated into many different languages, and earned starred reviews from Booklist and Publisher s Weekly More about her books at jenniferashley, allysonjames, and gardnermysteries.

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  • 3.5 starsFirst read 5/6/2015Reread 8/22/2016Re-Reread 6/29/2017I am not going to do a review on this book. I am just going to say that it was a good book, but no where near as good as the others. Hart annoyed me a lot in this book. I still liked him but the things he did drove me batty. I wasn't really feeling this couple. Ian is in this book a lot and that made it better. The thing that I didn't like about this book was the couple is apart for 8 years. They broke up for what I feel is a stupid [...]


  • “You need to stay far away from me, Eleanor Ramsay. You say you don’t need protection, but that is exactly what you do need. From me.”Another great installment on the Highland Pleasures series, loved it, even though I expected more from this book, but oh well :D Hart and Eleanor were great, and I'm looking forward to the next book and seeing more of them together :)The storyEleanor Ramsay receives a photograph of her former fiancé, Hart Mackenzie, and decides to pay him a visit and ask fo [...]


  • “This was the Hart Eleanor had known years ago, the one she'd agreed without hesitation to marry. He'd had the body of a god, a smile that melted her heart, a sinful glint in his eyes that had been just for her and her alone.”Hart MacKenzieDuke Hart MacKenzie has only ever loved one woman. But she left him years ago, and his life has been full of loss ever since. He married, only to lose his wife and son in childbirth.Hart caressed the letters of baby Graham’s name. “Mac likes to say, We [...]


  • 4.5 stars.I've missed you. I've missed you so much it's breaking my heart.El, I've missed you. I've died a little every day without you.Lady Eleanor Ramsay is lurking among a flock of journalists in St. James's Street, waiting for the great Hart Mackenzie, Duke of Kilmorgan, emerging from his club. Eleanor had come to change his life, and she is here to present a business proposition. Someone sent Eleanor a somewhat compromising photograph of Hart. She is quite happy to announce that she'd be pl [...]



  • (June) I loved Ian's book, didn't like Mac's book (because I couldn't stand Isabella), enjoyed Cameron's book - but was waiting for Hart's book! Sigh**SPOILERS AHEAD**So a strange woman comes to Eleanor and says “Hi, I’m your fiancé’s whore mistress and I’ve got to tell you he’s a mean man because he gets angry sometimes and I don’t always understand him and he used me (which is exactly the purpose of a mistress…but I digress) and now he has threatened to leave me, to be with you, [...]


  • demonloversbooksandmore4.5 flames“Hart Mackenzie. It was said he knew every pleasure a woman desired and exactly how to give it to her. Hart wouldn't ask what the lady wanted, and she might not even know herself, but she would understand once he'd finished. And she'd want it again." Thus begins the smokin' first paragraph of The Duke's Perfect Wife.I’ve wanted Hart’s story since I first saw him in The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie. He was such an ass to Beth, yet his love for his brothers, [...]


  • OH MY GOSH!!! I LOVED this one!! I can't even put into words how much I fell in love with "The Duke's Perfect Wife". I actually haven't read this series for quite a few years, not since they first came out, and I can't believe it took me so long to read this one. Ever since the first in the series, I just fell in love with all of the characters. How great it was to see them all in Hart's story. Hart I have always lovedeven though he is manipulative and craves powerbut more importantly he loves v [...]


  • Now that I've read all the Mackenzie brothers' books, I can finally compose the lists I've wanted to since the beginning. Favorite heroine:1. Eleanor. 2. Isabella.3. Beth.4. Ainsley.Favorite hero:1. Ian.2. Hart.3. Cameron.4. Mac.Favorite romance:1. The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie2. The Duke's Perfect Wife3. The Many Sins of Lord Cameron4. Lady Isabella's Scandalous MarriageThe chemistry between Eleanor and Hart can be felt even in Cam's book, and Ashley develops their relationship in an entire [...]


  • The Lord of Scoundrels is the first, The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie is the second, and The Duke's Perfect Wife is the third romance book that left me speechless and unable to share my thoughts and my feelings in a review by the time I finished reading it. So I'll just tell you how many stars I gave to this book and the reasons in a simple way.Five stars to Hart Mackenzie. For his pride, his passion, his mistakes, his pain, his roughness, his sacrifices, his burdens, his responsibilities, his [...]


  • 5+ STARS!!!Posted on Under the CoversDescribe the book in three wordsSuz: I love Hartm or maybe Contains Hot Highlanders!Annie: HART.MINE.Suz: ACTUALLY, I think you will find Hart is mine*tug of war over Hart commences, Suz wins ofcourse, hehehe!*The cover: Love it or Hate it?Suz: Not a fan, I think that the other covers are better, especially Cam's book!Annie: LOVE IT! It’s Paul Marron. In a Kilt. As Hart Mackenzie. Must I go on?Hart Mackenzie: Sexy Dominant Highland God or Controlling Manipu [...]


  • *This is a joint review that was originally posted on Fiction Vixen*Today Amy and I (Catherine) are talking about The Duke’s Perfect Wife. We both are such big fans of this series that we couldn’t resist doing a joint review for you guys. This is a conversational review, so we might reveal more than a regular review would, but spoilers will be kept to a minimum.Lady Eleanor Ramsay is the only one who knows the truth about Hart Mackenzie. Once his fiancee, she is the sole woman to whom he cou [...]


  • I so wanted to give this book 5* because there was so much I loved about it but there were a few issues that really bugged me and so I'm rating it 4.5*.WHAT I LOVED ABOUT THIS BOOKHart and EleanorAs with everything else, Hart had planned with precision how he intended to win Eleanor back and make her his wife. Poor Hart! Things don’t go completely to plan and it was wonderful to see that famous self-control crack when she unexpectedly walks back into his life. He’s so used to controlling eve [...]


  • I was hoping Eleanor keeps away from Hart or, as I call him, "heartless" for another ten years or more; of all the brothers, he was the "sick" one.In The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie, I found Hart McKenzie to be a despicable human being. He manipulated his brothers and others for his own selfish gain. He treated his mistress, his wife, various prostitutes he employed in a separate house, and his sister in-laws like dirt. He had no regard for anyone. This is a man who beds and asphyxiates a pros [...]


  • I thought this would be a bit more edgy than it was. The hero was portrayed as much darker in earlier novels. Was a bit disappointed that he turned out to be your standard tortured historical hero with a few rather tame kinks shown.


  • 5*+++I love this book. Hart and Eleanor's story is lovely! It was amazing reading about Hart and about how he realized what was really important in his life. Eleanor was a great heroine(that says smth. because I usually hate them or I'm indifferent :D), I loved how she stood up to Hart.The whole Mackenzie family has great stories and I enjoyed reading them all.Quotes I loved(only those that I remembered to write down)“Papa is angry with Uncle Hart,” Aimee said as the door swung slowly shut a [...]


  • Welcome to my HR Purgatory shelf! In Roman Catholicism, the purgatory is where the souls of the dead wander in an indefinite state. They stay in such a state unless they "become fit for heaven" at some point. Similarly, this shelf is where books that I am warned about stay—untouched and unread—unless a very compelling reason forces me to read them.***Reason(s) for putting The Duke's Perfect Wife in this shelf: Manwhore H is a manwhore. He wasn't celibate during the separation, while the h re [...]


  • This was very good, though it was not my favorite of the series!This book seemed to lack the bit of sweeping historical romantic grandeur that the other books in the series have had. It just didn't feel as 'big' and 'important' as the other stories did, though I can tell that the author did try to accomplish that. I give her credit for the attempt.Let's discuss Hart. It was almost like the author had Hart on a leash (ahem), and wouldn't let him loose to show his true devilish colors. Hart *was* [...]


  • 10 +++ stars! WoW!!! WoW!! Just wow! I will make a lame attempt to review this book. Lady D, Dhes or Auntie will do this a 1000 times better than me. But if I don't say something I will explode or something. This is of course Hart's book. Hart is the book we have been waiting for, we adored Ian, Mac and Cameron's books and the ladies that finally tamed their wild Mackenzie hearts. But we knew that Hart's book was going to be special. It had to be, Hart after being head of his family for years, p [...]


  • We've been told numerous times about Hart's dark desires. Here we are drowned in shame and darkness feelies. Then he just ties up the heroine and goes slow. Yea that's it. Isn't that considered a notch above vanilla nowadays? Have I gotten so jaded without realizing it? I'm curious if anyone found anything abnormal about Hart's sexual activities?



  • 4 solid starsHart Mackensie finally re-meets his match while using his political clout to become Prime Minister. He has become a slave to his ambitious politcal goals. As his story progresses, the sacrifices he has made to protect his family are revealed. His love for his brothers, especially Ian, is profound but it has never stopped him from trying to manipulate their lives for a positive outcome. Eleanor is a worthy match. She was a little hard for me to figure out at first. I wasn't sure if s [...]


  • 3 StarsWas I disappointed with Hart’s book? That would be a hard yes. I was looking forward to his book for a long time. I always found Hart interesting. He was the harsh brother with a chip on his shoulder. He’s the father-figure of the group and I wanted to know what his deal was.The book started out okay. I liked Eleanor and I liked her personality. She’s sassy and spunky. I love that she is confident in herself that she rather be poor than be with a man she can’t 100% stand behind. T [...]


  • Oh Mackenzie men. They sure know how to make a woman's heart pitter patter. Loved each of their book, every single one of them offering something different. Hart Mackenzie and Eleanor Ramsay were engaged once upon a time, but El broke off their engagement and moved back to Scotland with her father. The reason for the split was unknown but was revealed slowly throughout the book. And through that, it just showed that El is a strong willed heroine who doesn't rely on a man to take care of her, she [...]


  • I disliked Hart in the previous books and still do. He's arrogant, condescending, demeaning, selfish, obsessive, super controlling. And none of those in a hot alpha male way, more the bastard way. Eleanor was a great heroine. She's funny & inquisitive & doesn't put up with Hart's nonsense. One of the few that stands up to him. Hart's "darkness inside" is hinted about from the beginning of the book till the end & it's very tedious. He likes dom-sub(he's the dom) and some bdsm. But the [...]


  • This was probably my least favorite of the Highland Pleasures series, and that would be because I didn't much care for either of the protagonists. Hart is rigid, high-handed, and arrogant, and Eleanor is manipulative. They both play emotional games with those around them, and I have a hard time connecting with characters like that. Still, it wasn't a terrible book, and I enjoyed reading about the Mackenzie clan, even if these were the lesser characters of the family.


  • After reading the previous “Highland Pleasures” books “The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie,” “Lady Isabella’s Scandalous Marriage” and “The Many Sins of Lord Cameron,” I was excited to see that Jennifer Ashley had a new book from the “Highland Pleasures” series called “The Duke’s Perfect Wife,” staring Hart Mackenzie and I admit, this book took me quite by surprise!Lady Eleanor Ramsay was once engaged to the Scottish Duke, Hart Mackenzie and was madly in love with him. [...]


  • A satisfying ending to one of my new favourite historical romance series. I loved Hart from book one and had been looking forward to reading his story the most. As some of you have already mentioned, the part Ian plays in this is genius. I actually knew what Ian had done in the very few pages of the book. I think that spoilt it a little bit for me but oh well. The only critism I would have of Jennifer Ashley's books is that her heroines always give in too easily! I suppose that just goes to show [...]


  • I guess this could be a 3.5 and I hate to rate it low, but it's just not up to the standard set by the previous three. Hart and Eleanor are great characters and I love their chemistry. She's his first love, pretty much his only love, and if he hadn't blown it during their first engagement, he'd have been married to her long ago.Eleanor is the impoverished daughter of a flighty earl. She comes to Hart with an offer to help him if he'll hire her. She not only needs the money, she's in possession o [...]


  • Hart the oldest of the Mackenzie brothers has taken over the dukedom from a father who was a ruthless monster, and has left all the brothers scarred. He takes over the burden of being the protector of his brothers from their father's notorious temper, and has overseen and controlled the family for many years. Yet he secretly yearns for an easy and carefree life with the woman he let get away Eleanor Ramsay. Eleanor Ramsay is such a bubbly and happy person you can't help but love her. She's gener [...]


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