For years, Lady Poppy Smith-Barnes has pined for her true love, the Duke of Drummond. At least that’s what she’s been telling all her suitors so that she could maintain her spinster status. The imaginary duke that her cook created for the use of fairy tales and love stories served Poppy well, until the day the man himself walked into a ball and asked her to dance. Drummond, who has come to London from his quiet life in the North because he has been ordered to find a bride, sees his opportunity and quickly traps Poppy in her own lie. Their betrothal pulls them both into a world of deception and intrigue, forcing them to work together and revealing their common thirst for adventure. With plenty of spice and wit, Dukes to the Left of Me, Princes to the Right continues Kramer’s Impossible Bachelors series in fine form.