The Duke’s Fated Mistake

A Historical Regency Romance Novel

“I can still tell we switched places. But I think we can fool everyone else…”

Diana hates three things. Storms, childbirth, and Christopher Fidgeralt. The night she lost her mother and gained a sister is to blame for the first two, but the third is purely the Duke’s own fault for antagonizing her at every turn since they were children. Still, she would face everything for her sister. And soon she may have to…

Christopher just wanted to have one witty conversation with Diana, the kind he has enjoyed since they were little. It was already too late when he realized he was talking to Susan, her sister, at the blasted masquerade and even worse, they had managed to create a scandal. And his family cannot handle another one…

One misunderstanding and a little carelessness are more than enough to create a false engagement and an impossible situation. Both of them are ready to sacrifice everything for their families, but are they ready to do it together? How can it be enough?

*If you like powerful Dukes, loving Duchesses and a marvelous depiction of the majestic Regency and Victorian era, then The Duke’s Fated Mistake is the novel for you.

This is a historical Regency romance novel of 80,000 words (around 400 pages) by Emma Linfield. No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a sweet happily ever after.

Pick up "The Duke’s Fated Mistake" today to discover Emma's amazing new story!

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  • I can’t access extended epilogue for the dukes fated mistake there seems to be a problem with the connections?

    • I am so sorry to hear that my dear! Everything seems in order, but if you are still having problems accessing it, you can find all of my extended epilogues here
      I hope this helps 🙂

  • Could you email me the extended epilogue? I feel like I missed the end of the story. I liked the characters and wanted to see a happy resolution for all.

    • I am so sorry for the inconvenience my darling! There have been some technical problems with this particular Extenden Epilogue, that I believe are fixed now. Either way you can find the extended epilogue here .
      Again, I am so sorry for the trouble!

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