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For the Duke's Eyes Only

If adventure has a must be Lady India Rochester. The intrepid archaeologist possesses a sharp blade and an even sharper knack for uncovering history's forgotten women. Unfortunately, she has one annoying weakness: the dangerously handsome Duke of Ravenwood. Former best friend. Current enemy. And the man who dared to break her heart.Daniel Bonds, the Duke of Ravenwo...

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  • Roses R Blue

    A top pick as reviewed at Roses Are Blue:

    I could tell right from the beginning that I was going to love FOR THE DUKE’S EYES ONLY, and that it was going to break my heart. India and Daniel are both children of dukes, lived on neighboring estates, and were betrothed to each other almost from birth. Even as children, they were the best of friends and loved each other. They spent their days together, hunting for treasure, and envisioning how their future would be when they we

  • Shawna

    4 stars - Historical Romance

    This was a unique, fun historical romance with an independent, kick-ass Indiana Jones-ish heroine and a Bond-esque hero. And the audiobook narrator, Beverley A. Crick, was fabulous, as always!

  • Bookish

    Enemies-to-lovers, and mutual pining, and secret identities, oh my! Lenora Bell put all of my favorite tropes and more into this delightful romance. The book follows India Rochester and Daniel Bonds, who stole my heart from their brief appearance in the first book in this series, What a Difference a Duke Makes. For the Duke’s Eyes Only is their love story, and it reveals the painful history behind their constant sniping: India’s heart was broken by Daniel, and Daniel broke her heart to protect h ...more

  • Lori

    I had high hopes for India's book after seeing her in the previous book but I think they might have been a little too high. I was hoping for lots of adventure and thrilling moments and maybe some suspense but it was really just a romance with lots of sex scenes and every once in a while some talk about finding something that was stolen. I was pretty disappointed by the mission. (view spoiler) ...more

  • ☕ Kimberly

    Coffee Dates with For the Duke's Eyes Only

    First Date: Since meeting Raven and India in the first School of Dukes novel, What A Difference A Duke Makes, I've been dying to know what all the snark, chemistry and banter between these two was about. I loved their back story even if I wanted to both hug and throttle Raven. India is absolutely delightful  from sneaking into men's only clubs to the tongue lashings she relishes giving Raven I both admired her and feared When the Rosetta Stone

  • The Book Junkie Reads . . .

    IT WAS FUN . . .

    Two former best friends with history, a present, and working on a future. Lady India (Indy) Rochester and Daniel Bonds (Raven), the Duke of Ravenwood were childhood friends something changed everything for them. Watching them go from current rivals to allies back to friends and then lovers was fun. There was a story there. There were ups and downs.

    Indy and Raven were not your typical couple or friendship of a true regency history, but what they were were a couple that took on t

  • herdys

    I seriously don't know why I couldn't connect with this book.. Maybe I wasn't in the mood or it's a sign that I should continue by break from Historical Romance. All I know is that while I was reading it, I was basically skipping the sexy parts and only enjoying Indy, our heroine. I don't care much for spy stuff either. I guess it was a number of things that turned me off from this book. Maybe next time!

  • Kate

    What a disappointment. 90% of the scenes in this book get like they were addressing the physical attraction between the characters. They never had a satisfactory confrontation, though there was also never even a simmer of tension that would have made such a confrontation worth it. (I have to admit that I’m a little over the idea of eleven year old kids being so in love that when they part and don’t see each other or barely speak to each other for fifteen years that those feelings have been the d ...more