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Devil in Winter (Wallflowers, #3) by Lisa Kleypas
Impulsively, Evie asks the rake Viscount St. He raked both hands through his hair, further disheveling the glittering locks.
I love that she is the one to make the marriage proposition to Sebastian, knowing that it would only be a marriage of convenience.
Diaablo and Sebastian’s story was even better than I expected and I expected a lot. View all 6 comments.
Get on with it, if you please. We also see Sebastian, Lord St.
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Vincent and the timid wallflower, Evie, cast off their pasts and took a chance for a future filled with light, love and happiness ever after. I’m sure I don’t like it. Oh, how I love Westy! Return to Book Page. Al menos desde que una pelirroja con pecas y un poco tartamuda entra en su vida. My main problems with The Devil in Winter were that it wasn’t quite as wonderful as I remembered, mainly due to my disappointment that St Vincent wasn’t really the villainous hero I’d thought, the sometimes flowery writing, and the lack of remorse and apology from the hero to Lillian.
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View all 8 comments. Let’s just say that she’s Vincent–he’s so desperate for money his father has squandered their fortune that he may agree to marry her.
May 10, Auntee rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I am on to Daisy’s book and though I’m sure I will enjoy it I think this book will go down as my favorite of the series! I’ve been listening to a lot of historical romances narrated by Rosalyn Landor some by my favorite Courtney Milan and she always does it very well. A super shy, stuttering wallflower at the start Evie really comes into her own.
That’s really all I can say.
Still, this bewitching chit appeared, unchaperonedon his doorstep to offer her hand. Indolent, witty and an amoral rake, he constantly surprises himself by his feelings for Evie and his efforts on invieeno behalf.
Knowing this, her greedy relations have been keeping her prisoner, starving and beating her, and refusing to let her visit him. I’ve always loved the stammering, shy, yet beautiful red-headed ‘Wallflower’ character of Evie Jenner, and could hardly wait to read her story. Vincent in Lisa Kleypas’ Devil in Winter. I want to share a bed with you every night, and to have your children. Maybe I’ve read too many historical romances since this was released, but there was nothing new here.
This book was absolute perfection. Once her home situation becomes life threateni 4 stars! The danger felt pretty real and the way it brought the couple closer together was so much fun and what I really love in Historical Romances. View all 19 comments. She proposes a marriage of convenience. Tempt Me at Twilight: My prize…my pleasure and pain…my endless desire. His debauched days are at an end as the novel starts, more due to a shortage of funds than goodwill to tell the truth, so we don’t get to witness firsthand all his despicable proclivities though, if this aptly serves to make him more readily believable as a hero, the aftertaste of his rakish past is nonetheless present in the rightful suspicions surrounding him and in his ambivalent reactions to what probably are the most genuine feelings he has ever experienced in life.
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