Duke of Sin
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2016-05-31
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 364
Edition language: English
Series: Maiden Lane (#10)
Well, just so you all know, I started Maiden Lane for this book. Because I'm always searching for an anti-hero, and I was told by a very trusted source this one was one to read...but first I had to get through the other 9. Anti-heroes are often these sort of brooding types though...but not Val. He's...
I read this for the Rogue square for Romance Bingo."So you see, I must have more power. It's the only way to survive them." I struggled with my rating for this book because I loved how Hoyt portrayed Val. She provided an understanding for why Val is the way he is, almost excusing it but still kept h...
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts... I’ve been a part of the journey that is the Maiden Lane series by Elizabeth Hoyt for the past 5 or so years. I started the series right after book 2 was published. Since then, I have been eagerly awaiting every single installment to know ...
Like some of the readers of the Maiden Lane series, I’ve been fascinated with Valentine since his first appearance at the end of Duke of Midnight. Smart characters who interacted with Val quickly learned not to underestimate his foppish ways and for several books he’s been scheming in the background...
http://witandsin.blogspot.com/2016/05/review-duke-of-sin-by-elizabeth-hoyt.html Valentine Napier – the utterly fabulous, scene-stealing, loose cannon Duke of Montgomery – finally meets his match in Duke of Sin! I had high hopes for Val’s story and Elizabeth Hoyt definitely did not disappoint.Val h...
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