The Lady is Daring

The Lady is Daring

Five well-bred sisters, one sensational scandal. Now the Duke of Marymount's daughter Ida is about to find love in the most unconventional way... It was easy for society to overlook Lady Ida Howlett; they found her bookish, opinionated, and off the marriage mart. But little did they know that behind a calm exterior beats the heart of an adventuress, one who, determined to d Five well-bred sisters, one sensational scandal. Now the Duke of Marymount's daughter Ida is about to find love in th...

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Title:The Lady is Daring
Author:Megan Frampton
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:0062666665
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

The Lady is Daring Reviews

  • Emily S.
    Apr 14, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

  • Sissy's Romance Book Review
    Sep 25, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

  • Leah
    Sep 08, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

    Megan Frampton has once again written a marvelous story filled with humor and romance. This is the third book in The Duke's Daughters series and it was just as wonderful as the previous two! Lady Ida Howlett wishes she had the courage to be seen as more than just the talkative know-...

    Please see all of my reviews on my blog at https://www.robinlovesreading.com. Lady Ida Howlett is none too pleased to have her mother tell her that it is time for her to find a suitable mate and marry. She is hardly bride material. She is a bookworm, smart and far too opinionated to...

    Bennett, Lord Carson, is tired of being responsible. He longs for an escape away from duties and debutantes vying for his attentions. One fine evening, after having one too many drinks, he climbs into a friend?s carriage to snooze for a short while before heading home, and instead, m...

    Are you looking for a hot, steamy historical romance with plenty of action and suspense? The Lady is Daring is the perfect book for you then. I believe this is the first chance I have had to read anything by Megan Frampton and I know it will not be the last. Oh, I just love a heroin...

    Megan Frampton?s book is the third in her The Duke?s Daughters series. I really enjoyed this story and getting to know her characters. I haven?t read the other two books in the series and did not find that a deterrent. This book can stand on its own. The book is set in 1846 and s...

  • Elley Murray
    Sep 21, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

  • Connie Fischer
    Sep 24, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

  • Kate McMurray
    Jan 17, 2019

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

  • WTF Are You Reading?
    Oct 07, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

    Megan Frampton has once again written a marvelous story filled with humor and romance. This is the third book in The Duke's Daughters series and it was just as wonderful as the previous two! Lady Ida Howlett wishes she had the courage to be seen as more than just the talkative know-...

    Please see all of my reviews on my blog at https://www.robinlovesreading.com. Lady Ida Howlett is none too pleased to have her mother tell her that it is time for her to find a suitable mate and marry. She is hardly bride material. She is a bookworm, smart and far too opinionated to...

    Bennett, Lord Carson, is tired of being responsible. He longs for an escape away from duties and debutantes vying for his attentions. One fine evening, after having one too many drinks, he climbs into a friend?s carriage to snooze for a short while before heading home, and instead, m...

    Are you looking for a hot, steamy historical romance with plenty of action and suspense? The Lady is Daring is the perfect book for you then. I believe this is the first chance I have had to read anything by Megan Frampton and I know it will not be the last. Oh, I just love a heroin...

    Megan Frampton?s book is the third in her The Duke?s Daughters series. I really enjoyed this story and getting to know her characters. I haven?t read the other two books in the series and did not find that a deterrent. This book can stand on its own. The book is set in 1846 and s...

    Actual Rating 4.5 Stars The ladies most definitely take the cake and eat it too. In Megan Frampton 's latest Historical Romance offering. Most aptly titled The Lady Is Daring. Staring one staunchly forthright and twice as erudite Lady Ida Howlett. A young woman seemingly doomed f...

  • Lover of Romance
    Oct 02, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

  • Robin Loves Reading
    Dec 22, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

    Megan Frampton has once again written a marvelous story filled with humor and romance. This is the third book in The Duke's Daughters series and it was just as wonderful as the previous two! Lady Ida Howlett wishes she had the courage to be seen as more than just the talkative know-...

    Please see all of my reviews on my blog at https://www.robinlovesreading.com. Lady Ida Howlett is none too pleased to have her mother tell her that it is time for her to find a suitable mate and marry. She is hardly bride material. She is a bookworm, smart and far too opinionated to...

  • Jen Davis
    Jun 28, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

  • Neha Patel
    Dec 25, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

    Megan Frampton has once again written a marvelous story filled with humor and romance. This is the third book in The Duke's Daughters series and it was just as wonderful as the previous two! Lady Ida Howlett wishes she had the courage to be seen as more than just the talkative know-...

    Please see all of my reviews on my blog at https://www.robinlovesreading.com. Lady Ida Howlett is none too pleased to have her mother tell her that it is time for her to find a suitable mate and marry. She is hardly bride material. She is a bookworm, smart and far too opinionated to...

    Bennett, Lord Carson, is tired of being responsible. He longs for an escape away from duties and debutantes vying for his attentions. One fine evening, after having one too many drinks, he climbs into a friend?s carriage to snooze for a short while before heading home, and instead, m...

  • KindleJo Jo
    Oct 17, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

  • Stacee
    Sep 23, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

  • The Book Junkie Reads . . .
    Sep 28, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

  • Sophie Barnes
    Nov 03, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

    Megan Frampton has once again written a marvelous story filled with humor and romance. This is the third book in The Duke's Daughters series and it was just as wonderful as the previous two! Lady Ida Howlett wishes she had the courage to be seen as more than just the talkative know-...

  • Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)
    Nov 24, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

  • Crystal
    Oct 03, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

    Megan Frampton has once again written a marvelous story filled with humor and romance. This is the third book in The Duke's Daughters series and it was just as wonderful as the previous two! Lady Ida Howlett wishes she had the courage to be seen as more than just the talkative know-...

    Please see all of my reviews on my blog at https://www.robinlovesreading.com. Lady Ida Howlett is none too pleased to have her mother tell her that it is time for her to find a suitable mate and marry. She is hardly bride material. She is a bookworm, smart and far too opinionated to...

    Bennett, Lord Carson, is tired of being responsible. He longs for an escape away from duties and debutantes vying for his attentions. One fine evening, after having one too many drinks, he climbs into a friend?s carriage to snooze for a short while before heading home, and instead, m...

    Are you looking for a hot, steamy historical romance with plenty of action and suspense? The Lady is Daring is the perfect book for you then. I believe this is the first chance I have had to read anything by Megan Frampton and I know it will not be the last. Oh, I just love a heroin...

  • Lynn (Ellesea Loves Reading)
    Sep 17, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

    Megan Frampton has once again written a marvelous story filled with humor and romance. This is the third book in The Duke's Daughters series and it was just as wonderful as the previous two! Lady Ida Howlett wishes she had the courage to be seen as more than just the talkative know-...

    Please see all of my reviews on my blog at https://www.robinlovesreading.com. Lady Ida Howlett is none too pleased to have her mother tell her that it is time for her to find a suitable mate and marry. She is hardly bride material. She is a bookworm, smart and far too opinionated to...

    Bennett, Lord Carson, is tired of being responsible. He longs for an escape away from duties and debutantes vying for his attentions. One fine evening, after having one too many drinks, he climbs into a friend?s carriage to snooze for a short while before heading home, and instead, m...

    Are you looking for a hot, steamy historical romance with plenty of action and suspense? The Lady is Daring is the perfect book for you then. I believe this is the first chance I have had to read anything by Megan Frampton and I know it will not be the last. Oh, I just love a heroin...

    Megan Frampton?s book is the third in her The Duke?s Daughters series. I really enjoyed this story and getting to know her characters. I haven?t read the other two books in the series and did not find that a deterrent. This book can stand on its own. The book is set in 1846 and s...

    Actual Rating 4.5 Stars The ladies most definitely take the cake and eat it too. In Megan Frampton 's latest Historical Romance offering. Most aptly titled The Lady Is Daring. Staring one staunchly forthright and twice as erudite Lady Ida Howlett. A young woman seemingly doomed f...

    4.5 stars A Victorian romance between two people who found love on their terms. As the daughter of a Duke, tired of the expectations placed on her, Lady Ida Howlett wants to be free, to explore and satisfy her thirst for knowledge and adventure. However, with two sisters married ...

  • Gaele
    Oct 01, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

  • JG
    Sep 16, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

  • Skippypeanuts
    Apr 25, 2019

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

  • Tracy Emro
    Sep 23, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

  • Zili
    Sep 23, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

    1846 Bennett, Lord Carson, is meeting with his father, the Marquis of Wheatley, and being harangued for having let several eligible and wealthy young ladies be married to other men. Bennett has always had the responsibility for taking care of the family?s business dealings and tri...

    Megan Frampton has once again written a marvelous story filled with humor and romance. This is the third book in The Duke's Daughters series and it was just as wonderful as the previous two! Lady Ida Howlett wishes she had the courage to be seen as more than just the talkative know-...

    Please see all of my reviews on my blog at https://www.robinlovesreading.com. Lady Ida Howlett is none too pleased to have her mother tell her that it is time for her to find a suitable mate and marry. She is hardly bride material. She is a bookworm, smart and far too opinionated to...

    Bennett, Lord Carson, is tired of being responsible. He longs for an escape away from duties and debutantes vying for his attentions. One fine evening, after having one too many drinks, he climbs into a friend?s carriage to snooze for a short while before heading home, and instead, m...

    Are you looking for a hot, steamy historical romance with plenty of action and suspense? The Lady is Daring is the perfect book for you then. I believe this is the first chance I have had to read anything by Megan Frampton and I know it will not be the last. Oh, I just love a heroin...

    Megan Frampton?s book is the third in her The Duke?s Daughters series. I really enjoyed this story and getting to know her characters. I haven?t read the other two books in the series and did not find that a deterrent. This book can stand on its own. The book is set in 1846 and s...

    Actual Rating 4.5 Stars The ladies most definitely take the cake and eat it too. In Megan Frampton 's latest Historical Romance offering. Most aptly titled The Lady Is Daring. Staring one staunchly forthright and twice as erudite Lady Ida Howlett. A young woman seemingly doomed f...

    4.5 stars A Victorian romance between two people who found love on their terms. As the daughter of a Duke, tired of the expectations placed on her, Lady Ida Howlett wants to be free, to explore and satisfy her thirst for knowledge and adventure. However, with two sisters married ...

    I do love me some historical romance and Megan Frampton always knows how to bring on the swoon. The Lady is Daring is the third instalment in Frampton's Dukes Daughters series but the books are standalone so you don't need to have read the first two. Lady Ida Howlett goes against...

  • Elodie
    Jan 17, 2019

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

  • Molly
    Aug 03, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

  • Ellen Klock
    Jan 21, 2019

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...

    I enjoyed this for the most part, but Ida did grate after awhile. I REALLY liked Bennett though. He?s everything I look for in a hero! ...

    Rating: 3.5 If you read the first two books in The Duke's Daughters series, you will remember Bennett, Lord Carson; the almost-but-not-quite love interest who is supplanted by first his younger brother in Lady Be Bad and then by his best friend in Lady Be Reckless. I really enjoyed ...

    The Lady Is Daring by Megan Frampton is book Three in the Duke's Daughters series. This is the story of Bennett, Lord Carson and Ida Howlett. I have read the previous books, but fee you can make this a standalone book if you wish to do so. Bennett doesn't want to marry for financial ...

    I would call this a road trip historical romance which for me would be a first. The Lady is Daring is part of Megan Frampton?s latest series The Duke?s Daughters, which centers around well a duke?s five daughters. Each of the daughters will get her own romance but for the first t...

    Overall, I liked the book right up until the end. Public declarations of love and proposals are definitely Not my thing. Other than that it was a good book and I will definitely grab another one of Frampton's books at some point ...

    This was really fun, a road trip romance with two people who just really dig each other. ...

    Alliteration, classification, consent, and a heaping of love! Another winner from the divine Ms. Frampton ...

    Lord Carson (Bennett), heir to the Marquis of Wheatly, has avoided matrimony twice, both times to daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Marymount. In the first book of Megan Frampton?s Duke?s Daughter series, Lady Be Bad, Lady Eleanor ends up marrying Bennett?s younger brother Ale...

  • Barbara Rogers
    Sep 23, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

  • Katie
    Oct 15, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

  • Niki
    Sep 20, 2018

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

  • Jennifer
    Jan 02, 2019

    The Lady is Daring is book three in the Duke?s Daughters series by Megan Frampton. This is my first time reading Frampton and I enjoyed The Lady is Daring. Now I'm a person who reads series in order, I just prefer it that way, but I will say that this book stands well all by itself, ...

    This one is definitely my favorite of the series. I loved Ida and Bennett. Their banter is fantastic and I loved how they were able to open up to each other and have intelligent conversation. The chemistry is there right from the start, but the relationship grows naturally. Plo...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Avon in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. The Lady Is Daring is the third book in Megan Frampton latest series. I have lik...

    Series: Duke?s Daughters #3 Publication Date: 9/25/18 Megan Frampton is normally one of my favorite reads. I enjoyed this story, but it was mostly because of the humor of the ?classification game?, etc. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit slow and I never came to feel involved ...

    Maybe 3.5... Lady Ida Howlett is the youngest and the smartest of the Duke's daughters, she is also the most opinionated, outspoken and argumentative. While visiting with her sister Eleanor, she gets a chance to speak with Bennett, Lord Carson - the man that has successfully avoided...

    This was excellent -witty, entertaining, heartwarming and sexy, truly fun regency break from reality. Loved it! ...

    Bennett, Lord Carson is the catch of the series, and has successfully managed to avoid marital entanglements to this point, serving as ?matchmaker? for the first two of the sisters of the Duke of Marymount. Pressures from all sides notwithstanding, Bennett has his hands full trying...

    This book started out quite charming with its self-taught bluestocking heroine but the more I read, the more intolerable I found her. I'm all for intelligent, educated women, but her arrogance about it as well as some of her inner dialogue on logic was just annoying. The hero, Bennett,...

    This review was copied from my romance novel review blog: romanticallyinclinedreviews.com There is nothing better than an intelligent heroine. Some are street smart, some are smart between the sheets, and some are book smart. All are equally fabulous (you do you girls), but book sma...

    It nearly read this book in one setting! Was it because it had one of my favorite tropes in, a bluestocking lady or no angst? It was witty, funny and daring! I do loved Ida and Bennett?s journey, it was their road trip to learn about themselves and one another. It was funny and i...

    It was funny. This had laughs for days. The things that Ida got herself into out of and then some. I felt most of what I read could have applied more to modern times and was having moments of disconnect. I liked Ida then I found her to be impulsive. I liked Bennett almost loved him. Th...

    I have a hit and miss relationship with books from Megan Frampton. Sometimes I like them a lot, while some of them have just been OK. This third installment in the Duke?s Daughters series, I thought, was one of her better ones. The heroine is intelligent, yet socially awkward sist...

    My favorite of the series so far. I love a smart, bookish heroine and the hero wasn?t a rake, which is a nice change of pace in a historical. There was banter and enthusiastic consent and a road trip. I loved it. ...