*ARC received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review
I love Sally MacKenzie's books. The stories are usually funny and witty, and it's the case with What to do with a Duke. I was able to empathize with the female protagonist, Isabella Catherine Hutting ('Cat'). I especially loved Marcus because he was so manly, and especially in the ending when he stayed away from Cat because that's what she wanted (hashtag relate).
I finished this smiling because the story of how Cat and Marcus fell in love was pretty cute, but it was slightly overshadowed by Cat's friends, whom I can't even consider true friends of hers because they try to ruin her reputation just because Cat wins their competition. And I don't get how Cat could still be friends with them afterwards.
So even though I liked What to Do with a Duke -- and I love Marcus' friends -- I'm not looking forward to reading the sequels featuring Jane and Anne.
Have you ever read a book where you didn't want to read the sequel anymore?