Every Duke Has His Day by Suzanne Enoch

Every Duke Has His Day by Suzanne Enoch

Title:  Every Duke Has His Day
Author: Suzanne Enoch
Publisher:  St. Martin's Griffin
Genre:  Women's Fiction
Format:  Kindle
No. of Pages: 316
Date of Publication:  19 September, 2023
My Rating:  5 Stars

My Thoughts 

5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I enjoyed this one so so very much that I’m not entirely sure how to even word this review 😍

  • I love getting into a series but sometimes a one and only is just what I need

  • Regency setting 

  • a case of mistaken identity, with poodles

  • opposites attract; a duke who hasn’t much interest in society and a lady who is one of the Season’s brightest diamonds - 

  • slow burn 

None of my little list can describe the joy I had in reading this wonderfully fun and charming novel. 

I utterly loved this story ❤️and it’s an absolute recommendation! 

I’m already looking forward to a future reread by listening to this one on audiobook.

Thank you to St. Martin’s Griffin and NetGalley for the DRC!


Brain meets Beauty in this sparkling, fresh take on the classic Bringing Up Baby – if Jane Austen had written it! A romantic comedy with a dash of chaos featuring the most ill-behaved poodle in Regency London, by New York Times bestseller Suzanne Enoch.

Michael Bromley, Duke of Woriton, has a passion, but it’s not for chasing ladies or gambling till dawn. No, his is the far more dangerous pursuit of the science of chemistry. He may be a tad eccentric, but he can navigate a society ballroom, and manage a polite conversation—if he must. He’s certainly capable of taking care of his aunt’s perfectly behaved poodle, Lancelot, while she’s on holiday.

Elizabeth “Bitsy” Dockering, third daughter of a viscount, is enjoying her second, spectacular Season in London. She is a Diamond of the Season and is adored by all—and especially by her precious black poodle, Galahad. To everyone else, however, Galahad is a demon dog. So much so that Bitsy’s most insistent beau and particular victim of Galahad’s bad manners, has hired a thief to steal the dog, clearing the way for his suit.

But none of them can plan for a chaotic encounter in the park, resulting in lost notes, a soaking in the Serpentine and an accidental dog swap…and Lancelot being kidnapped instead of Galahad! Determined to locate the dog, Michael isn’t thrilled to be saddled with a flighty female insisting on helping—except that Bitsy has a great deal more sense than he expected. And a sharp tongue to match. Still, what’s a scientist to do but continue to pursue an outcome, however unexpected it may be? But chemistry is all about attraction, and this is one formula with some hilariously romantic results.


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