In Bed With the Devil

In Bed With the Devil

eBook - 2008
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They call him the Devil Earl -- a scoundrel and accused murderer who grew up on the violent London streets. A proper young lady risks more than her reputation when consorting with the roguishly handsome Lucian Langdon, but Lady Catherine Mabry believes she has no choice. To protect those she loves, she would do anything -- even strike a bargain with the devil himself. Lucian desires respectability and a wife above all else, but the woman of his choosing lacks the social graces to be accepted by the aristocracy. Catherine can help Lucian gain everything he wants. But what she asks for in exchange will put their very lives in jeopardy. When danger closes in, Catherine discovers a man of immense passion and he discovers a woman of immeasurable courage. As secrets from his dark past are revealed, Lucian begins to question everything he knows to be true, including the yearnings of his own heart.
Publisher: Pymble, NSW ; New York : HarperCollins e-books, 2008
ISBN: 9780061690785
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Jul 17, 2017

The general premise of the book is fine and on many levels it's very entertaining, but the way the author dealt with love in the story is not appealing to me. I don't understand how someone can, on multiple occasions, sleep with someone and yet feel no guilt that that person is not the one they plan to marry. I'm not talking about how HR heroes visit brothels or whatever. This feeling is specifically for this story because honestly, it felt a bit like cheating. Just the principle of it was wrong. Like literally, it seemed that he would spend the night with Catherine and next morning would go propose to Frannie. That sounds so icky.

In addition, for all that Avendale did, I didn't like the way his case was handled, particularly the secrets kept from Winnie. I understand it was a difficult situation with very few legal solutions, but it still doesn't sit well with me. It was almost condescending in a way, this holier-than-thou attitude Catherine/Claybourn had where they felt no guilt by keeping Winnie out of the loop and thinking they knew better than the actual victim involved.

Ladre May 08, 2014

More emotional life in the "hero" than typical to romance novels. Catherine isn't particularly memorable but this story does set up a good series of books. Enjoyable and a bit bittersweet.

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