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Publisher Description

They called him the devil…


With his seductive golden eyes and sin-black hair, it’s no wonder Lord Alex Trevegne has earned himself the sinister title—not to mention his reputation as one of the most notorious rakes in England.


And she’s the only one who can conquer him…


When fate throws Alex and Elysia into a scandalous situation, Alex suddenly finds it surprisingly difficult to tear himself away from her.


As an unexpected passion blossoms between them, Elysia begins to wonder if after a lifetime of heartache she’s finally found heaven in the arms of the devil.


What readers say about Devil’s Desire:


“One of my all-time favorite romances.”


“I just love this book! Each scene keeps you turning the pages.”


“What a pleasure to read an author I know will never disappoint me!”


Praise for Laurie McBain:


“McBain’s skill at shaping characters and propelling the plot distinguishes her.”—Publishers Weekly


“Well-crafted and wonderfully romantic. Readers are rewarded with teeming atmosphere.”—Romantic Times


“Vivid sense of description, colorful characters… I found myself happily lost in the magnificence of the storytelling.”—Los Angeles Herald Examiner

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2010
November 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
312
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sourcebooks, Inc
SELLER
Sourcebooks, Inc.
SIZE
1.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Limited time rider ,

Fun Cinderella Type Romance

While I prefer Moonstruck Madness,I still enjoyed this novel. The story is very Cinderella-like, and yet it has characters with more interesting flaws. For a romance novel, you can't beat Laurie McBain, even with her earliest works, such as this one.

Frito1960 ,

Fantastic

Absolutely fantastic as usual

Leo thelion ,

An all time classic.

This has got to be one of my all time favourite romance novels. I loved it when I first read it in paper back, and am so glad it's now on my iPad, as I never read my paperbacks anymore! I love the characters, the plot, the descriptions.... A real feel good novel! Highly recommended ❤️

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