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Eloisa James Books in Order (45 Book Series)


Eloisa James has written a series of 45 books. Here, you can see them all in order! (plus the year each book was published)

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    • Can you help me understand the correct order in which I should read Eloisa James' romance novels?

      Absolutely! The Earl is Mine, Duke by Day, and Rogue by Night offers a duerden length romance that begins the series. Followed by Four Nights with the Duke, Three Weeks with Lady X, and Seven Minutes in Heaven. These titles offer a historical romance that will capture your heart.

    • As a fan of the author's work, do you know where I can find a counter online for the books of Eloisa James?

      Yes, Goodreads is a good platform to keep track of your readings. Also, there's an online word counter tool that can help you keep track of how much you've read in a book, which might come in handy with the longer titles.

    • I'm curious about the average rating for the books in the series. Do you have any insights on that?

      The books generally have an avg rating of about 4 stars on Goodreads, which shows that the author really knows how to weave a tale of love and romance that resonates with readers.

    • Are there any particular books in Eloisa James's series that stand out in terms of Kindle publication or sale price?

      "When the Duke Returns" stands out in terms of Kindle publication and is well-loved by readers. On the other hand, "A Duke of Her Own" has a competitive sale price that makes it a great entry point for new fans of the author.

    • How does Eloisa plot romance in her novels around the characters of Duke and Lady?

      Eloisa's romance novels often feature a Duke and a Lady who are destined to fall in love. Whether it's a lady who must marry a man she doesn't love to save her family, or a Duke who must marry a woman he doesn't love to save his title, the tension builds until that first electrifying kiss seals their fate.

    • What is the role of the author in structuring the characters of Duke and Lady in her books?

      Eloisa James is a master at structuring her characters. As the author, she creates compelling Dukes and Ladies, each with their own unique quirks and desires. The Dukes are typically strong, handsome men who are somewhat clueless when it comes to the matters of the heart, while the ladies are smart, beautiful women who are often torn between their duty and love.

    • Can you suggest an online grammar tool or title generator to help me write a review for one of Eloisa James's books?

      Grammarly is a fantastic online grammar tool that can help you write a flawless review. As for a title generator, Tweak Your Biz's title generator is a great tool to help you come up with an engaging title for your review.

    • Speaking of titles, which book by the author ends in marriage?

      "The Ugly Duchess" and "Once Upon a Tower" both end in marriage. In both books, Eloisa James beautifully captures the evolving relationship between the Duke and the Lady as they navigate the trials and tribulations of love, ultimately leading to marriage.

    • If I want to read a book where a Duke falls in love with a Lady, which one should I pick?

      "This Duchess of Mine" is a great choice. In this book, the Duke of Beaumont finds himself falling in love with his wife, the charming and witty Lady Joanna. The story is full of passion, romance, and heart, making it a must-read for any historical romance fan.