Till Dawn with the Devil
Few women can resist a man like Gabriel “Reign” Housely, the Earl of Rainecourt. With divine good looks, delectable charms, and delicious wealth, he would seem to be every marriage-minded mother’s dream match for their daughters. But not so, given the mysterious death of his first wife.... show more
Few women can resist a man like Gabriel “Reign” Housely, the Earl of Rainecourt. With divine good looks, delectable charms, and delicious wealth, he would seem to be every marriage-minded mother’s dream match for their daughters. But not so, given the mysterious death of his first wife. Fortunately for Gabriel, he has no plans to seriously court any of the London ladies ever again. That is, until he shares one unforgettable dance with a mysterious stranger… Exquisitely beautiful though decidedly modest, Lady Sophia usually shuns the festive ballrooms of London society. But when a man who calls himself “Reign” enters her life—seemingly from out of nowhere—and shows her true kindness, her wary young heart begins to melt. Of course, Sophia would be shocked to learn the truth about Reign’s past. But when scandal strikes, this devilish stranger may be her only salvation…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 3rd 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
Series: Lords of Vice (#2)
I enjoyed this historical romance with a good plot and plenty of action that moved right along. I particularly liked the heroine and her sound realistic demeanor including dealing with her impaired eyesight. Lady Sophia makes a rare appearance at a society ball and captures the attention of Lord R...
Gabriel and Sophia, a beautiful pair. This story includes murder, dark family history, current unloving family members, intrigue, love, passion and a rushed marriage. Not to mention, beautiful male characters. It was exceptionally charming. Gabriel is a character well described for he embodies nice,...
I enjoyed this book much more than the dirst in the series. Most of thefocus remained on the main couple for most of the book.While I found the Lords of Vice's nicknames less annoying this time, I still find them trite.I really liked that Sophia, while acknowledging her disability, compensated amd d...
I really enjoyed this book, but then again I love a good scandal with a devilish hot wicked man, so this one hit the spot. This book gave me a mystery, emotions, excitement and lots of suspires. I just really wish I would have read the first novel, because the first part was a little confusing, then...