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To Love a Dark Lord - Anne Stuart
To Love a Dark Lord
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Unable to figure out why indifferent scoundrel James Killoran accepts responsibility for a desperate crime she committed herself, Emma Langolet attempts to make James let go of his roguish exterior and show her the gentle man inside.
Unable to figure out why indifferent scoundrel James Killoran accepts responsibility for a desperate crime she committed herself, Emma Langolet attempts to make James let go of his roguish exterior and show her the gentle man inside.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780380776047 (0380776049)
Publisher: Avon Books
Pages no: 409
Edition language: English
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Punya Reviews...
Punya Reviews... rated it
3.5 To Love a Dark Lord
My reviews are honest & they contain spoilers. For more, visit: After meaning to read her books for better of part of this decade, I’m finally on a Anne Stuart roll! I’ve read more books by her this year than ever before!! LOL I can honestly say that there’s something addictive about her writing th...
Ilze
Ilze rated it
3.0 Anne Stuart's "To Love a Dark Lord"
In some ways the story is a train-wreck, but it all comes together at the end, as long as you avoid the epilogue, which is dreadfully over-the-top. The most enjoyable parts are the interactions between the hero Killoran and his straight man Nathaniel. Very funny, and Nathaniel in the end is the one ...
rubya
rubya rated it
2.0 To Love a Dark Lord
I thought this book had potential, but I think things were smoothed over between the hero and heroine waaaayyy too quickly, and I wish more time was spent actually developing their releationship. I think Killoran had a lot of penance to do for his treatment of Emma, and I think she forgave him waaa...
fr_larsson
fr_larsson rated it
Historical romance, Emma finds herself in a difficult situation, and rescued by the most unlikely man. When he rescues her a second time, James finds that he could have a use for her in more than one way.
Romancing the Novel
Romancing the Novel rated it
5.0
Anne Stuart sure knows how to get me involved in these dark, dastardly, unlovable men she creates. I sure got sucked into this one. Killoran was about as cold and dark as you can get, but once he meets Emma, you just know where this is going to go. Loved it!! Great Epilogue as well.
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