Review: Duty to Love by Morgan King

Duty to Love by Morgan King
Release Date: February 21, 2013
Publisher:  Evernight Publishing
Pages: 88
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review

A craftily worded contract and fate finds Arthur, Earl of Hentonury, having to marry not the lady he expected but her younger sister Amelia, the woman he knows his brother James loves and hoped to marry. Arthur cares for both Amelia and James, so how can he choose between his love for them and his duty?

James may be the younger son, but he has taken leave from the army and will fight for Amelia.

Torn between her feelings for two brothers, Amelia wishes to marry Arthur but can’t bear to lose James. Is there any chance the three of them can find happiness together? Will duty or love win out?


Review: I am having mixed feelings about this book. I liked how the story was written and the characters were great. I just didn’t have a connection with the story line. I just couldn’t get into this book. I didn finish it and the ending was good.

Arthur was left with a lot of bills to pay after his father’s death. When a neighbor comes up and offers him a contract to marry his daughter in exchange for money, Arthur makes the deal. When the older daughter dies than he gets to marry for love and it just happens it is the same girl that his brother has always loved. When James finds out that Arthur and Amelia are marrying he feels betrayed.

This book is about two brothers loving the same woman. The older brother decides to marry her and then share her with his brother. I usually like stories with M/F/M in them. There was just something that kept me from connecting with this book. If a reader can’t connect then something is missing. I don’t know what it was. Not saying that I didn’t like it. It did have some good parts in it and I was glad about that.

I know that I won’t always like everything that I read and I hate that part. The author didn’t do anything wrong it was just me. I will warn you that there is some anal in this book and it is a menage. I will not let this keep me from reading another book by this author.