Lisa Kleypas is back with a stunning new historical romance!Readers have long waited for the return of New York Times bestselling author Lisa Kleypas to historical romance—and now she's back with her most breathtaking yet.A twist of fate . . .Devon Ravenel, London's most wickedly charming rake,... show more
Lisa Kleypas is back with a stunning new historical romance!Readers have long waited for the return of New York Times bestselling author Lisa Kleypas to historical romance—and now she's back with her most breathtaking yet.A twist of fate . . .Devon Ravenel, London's most wickedly charming rake, has just inherited an earldom. But his powerful new rank in society comes with unwanted responsibilities . . . and more than a few surprises. His estate is saddled with debt, and the late earl's three innocent sisters are still occupying the house . . . along with Kathleen, Lady Trenear, a beautiful young widow whose sharp wit and determination are a match for Devon's own.A clash of wills . . .Kathleen knows better than to trust a ruthless scoundrel like Devon. But the fiery attraction between them is impossible to deny—and from the first moment Devon holds her in his arms, he vows to do whatever it takes to possess her. As Kathleen finds herself yielding to his skillfully erotic seduction, only one question remains:Can she keep from surrendering her heart to the most dangerous man she's ever known?
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2015-10-27
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
My review got chewed up by GoodReads. The pain is real.The short version: if you can get past the first 100 lackluster pages and lower your expectations, the book isn't too terrible. I hated the hero and the heroine for a good measure of the book. They didn't have an ounce of chemistry for those fir...
This is my first Lisa Kleypas, and it won't be my last. Very Heyerish with a bad-tempered rake who needs taming, and a heroine who refuses to be tamed. And a sub-plot that's the same. Quite enjoyable, with lots of historical detail. I like that it takes place when railroads were being introduced to ...
I’m pleased to have found a Regency romance where the feisty female protagonist is neither TSTL nor grossly anachronistic, and her love interest isn’t grossly misogynist to start. It was a fun read, and I liked having a couple of male protagonists who really just needed some responsibilities and som...
My thoughts on this can be summed up in two gifs: Enough with the drainage issues. The pig is cool, the pig can stay but having my hero and heroine spend more time apart than together was lame. I thought brother West was going to end up with the heroine! Oh my god I tried not to hate on th...
El gran retorno de Lisa Kleypas al romance de época no es para nada GRAN pero sí es muy RETORNO... retorno a los clichés, a la protagonista santa virgen de la cascarrabia que hace todo bien, al protagonista masculino "amo el amor de los marineros que besan y se van" y al no sé si debo pero sí que qu...