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She takes her away to his castle, and they clash at every turn. This book was just really boring to me and I didn’t enjoy the writing or characters at all. They are throw together a scandal together. She’s “old-skool” romance, and there’s more drama from the villains than any of her heroes or couples. A Storm of Love – A Novella. Published September 28th by Avon Books first published If Elysia shows us the roots of our modern put-upon Regency heroine, Alex, Lord Trevegne, is definitely an earlier version of the mcbaib that populate the current Regency historical garden.
My estimation of Woodiwiss could be better, but seeing how she ripped off a very bad ending dumped her a bit lower. Lord Alex H had to get away from London and all of the things he hated about it and spend sometime in his country estate. So paurie it was worth the money for sure.
Elysia starts the book with nothing but the rags on her back, but is able to rise above it all to find love. I really wanted to like this book, and for the most part I did. To ask other readers questions about Devil’s Desireplease sign up. The Rose and the Shield. Lists with This Book. So she has the usual bouts of idiocy one can expect from a heroine, matched by the spazzchismo of her dear hubby. View all 16 comments. I won’t say more, but if you’ve read Ashes in the Wind by Kathleen Woodiwiss, suffice to say that the scene is pretty much the same with an insane, frothing villain and sudden deaths.
Thistle and the Rose. But she’s smart, beautiful and in the right place at the right time – and In Devil’s Desire Laurie McBain is not afraid to have her romantic lead go through a tortuous path of trials and tribulations.
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Devil’s Desire by Laurie McBain
He did his evil deed and was done away with. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next devvil I comment. Fleeing the brutality of an aging and spiteful aunt, Elysia encounters Alex at an inn. Books by Laurie McBain. There was sex in the book, not graphic in anyway but it was there. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. It tells the Cinderella-like story of an orphaned young woman, Elysia, raised in aristocracy but reduced to rags by an evil, jealous aunt.
I’m giving up on this book now. She ends up at an inn called Wayfare’s Rest and that’s where she meets Alex. But I like kissing him anyway. Nearly everyone who encounters him has heard of his wild reputation and they express concern over it.
Boohoo, woe is me.
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Yup, it’s there alright! There was some, and I daresay enough, but throughout the entire book I felt like the writing hadn’t even come up to the line, let alone crossed it. There’s alpha and then there’s cardboard-thin callous asshole.
I did think that Alex the hero of the story was a bit too hard and cold, but still likable. Feb 23, Karla rated it liked it Recommends it for: Feb 11, Robin Dilks rated it it was amazing. Because I hate women.
Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. They’re both surprised devill how quickly they bond. And dssire course, all is forgiven and ends happily ever after. I was enjoying the story until Alex and Elysia were OK with getting married.
The side story of the smuggling and how the author intertwined at the end was probably the most entertaining bits of the story. A whirlwind of drama.
SO much drama at the end.
All these infodumps are giving me motion sickness. Think high drama a la Rhett and Scarlett. Lovers of overly narrated pre bodice ripper romances. I’ve read historical for years, and still can’t buy into that theme. There was not much dialogue in this book and would have like more, but the story was good. All it did was add a bunch of BS to a story that wasn’t good anyway.