To Desire a Devil
Publish date: November 1st 2009
Pages no: 385
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Fairy Tales
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
, Beauty And The Beast
, Georgian Romance
Series: Legend of the Four Soldiers (#4)
This is the lowest rating I have ever given to a Elizabeth Hoyt book. And I gave it with a heavy heart. First of all it took me 2 months to read the book. I read all the 3 previous books in the series and thought they were fine books. Nothing that blew me away but good stuff. This book, while writte...
At first I thought this last book would be the weakest. Nope, that honor belongs to To Taste Temptation (book 1). Reynaud is unlikable for a portion of the book. He is redeemed beautifully. I liked Beatrice and her questions to Reynaud. She gradually gets him to talk about his experiences. I appreci...
I was a little unsure of this book at first, since Reynaud has spent the last seven years in America with Native Americans who had been enemies. Everyone thinking he was dead was also a little worrying. Beatrice being his cousin also worried me some, but they aren't blood cousins so that wasn't an...
The flashback Reynaud has of his capture in America is crazy, you feel so bad for him. Reynaud is turning out to be a crazy complex interesting character. ***Seether song "Broken" really fits the character of Reynaud. I keep hearing it in the background.*** Oh sad, the character of Jeremy is hea...
A somewhat disappointing ending to such a great series. For the most part, I just felt like the story itself and the characters were very blah. Nothing really exciting about them, nothing much exciting happened, other than a nice little gathering of all of the characters from the previous three bo...
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