Funny, smart, and a fantastic read! Bringing Down the Duke was absolutely brilliant!
Charming, sexy, and thoroughly transportive . . . [a] delightful romance
Simply superb! Evie Dunmore will wow you
Bringing down the Duke was one of the best books I've ever read - absolutely adored it. Dunmore had me in tears, had me holding my breath . . . the emotion and passion made the book ache and sing
Chock-full of verve, history, and passion
Brilliant and enchanting! Miss Dunmore is about to take the historical world by storm!
There is nothing quite so satisfying as seeing such a man brought to his knees by a beautiful woman with nothing to her name except an inviolable sense of her own self-worth
If you're looking to kick off the fall with a romance, Bringing Down the Duke has our vote!
Full of witty banter and swoonworthy moments . . . A deliciously delightful romance
One of my all-time favourite historicals
With her sterling debut, Evie Dunmore dives into a fresh new space in historical romance that hits all the right notes
Funny, witty, swoony and feminist . . . I would highly recommend this book!
A wildly entertaining historical romance with a feminist twist . . . I truly adored Bringing Down the Duke
What an absolutely stunning, riveting, painfully gorgeous book! It's going straight to my keeper shelf, and I will be buying a copy the moment it comes out to reread again and again. It's not only the best historical romance I've read in a long, long time, it's one of the best books I've ever read! I adored it!
Dunmore's beautifully written debut perfectly balances history, sexual tension, romantic yearning, and the constant struggle smart women have in finding and maintaining their places and voices in life and love, with the added message that finding the right person brings true happiness and being with them is worth any price. A brilliant debut
With just the right blend of history and romance (and a healthy dash pride from the British suffragists that would make Jane Austen proud), I was hooked on Annabelle and Sebastian's story from the very first page. I can't wait for the rest of League of Extraordinary Women novels!
Evie Dunmore's debut is a marvel . . . a witty, richly detailed, historically significant, and achingly romantic celebration of the power of love and the passionate fight for women's rights
Evie Dunmore has written a story we need right now-strong, smart, and passionate, featuring a heroine who won't settle for less than what she deserves and a swoony hero who learns to fight for what really matters. With her debut novel, Dunmore has instantly become a must-read for me
Bringing Down the Duke is the best historical romance I've read all year. . . Evie Dunmore is a marvellous, fresh new voice in romance who is sure to go far. Don't miss her brilliant debut!
Dazzles and reminds us all why we fell in love with historical romance
Evie Dunmore's Bringing Down the Duke delivers the best of two worlds - a steamy romance coupled with the heft of a meticulously researched historical novel . . . Readers will be entranced
A deliciously original debut featuring a fiercely passionate suffragette who melts an icy duke's heart. Set against the backdrop of the fight for women's rights, Bringing Down the Duke is the perfect blend of romance and history
Evie Dunmore's debut novel Bringing Down the Duke is about personal growth, leaving preconceived notions behind and the long hard fight for women's rights. The novel is hilarious in many parts, but it also provides more serious lessons for the reader. Best of all it has a Happily Ever After
I have read the future of historical romance, and it's Evie Dunmore
Full of witty banter, rich historical detail, and a fantastic group of female friends, the first installment in Dunmore's League of Extraordinary Women series starts with fireworks as Annabelle and Montgomery try to find a path to happiness despite past mistakes and their vastly different places in society. Dunmore's strong debut is sure to earn her legions of fans
A charming twist to a classic romance plot . . . there is nothing quite so satisfying as seeing such a man brought to his knees by a beautiful woman with nothing to her name except an inviolable sense of her own self-worth