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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. In Bed with the Devil Scoundrels of St. James 1 by Lorraine Heath. 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 desi They call him the Devil Earl—a scoundrel and accused murderer who grew up on the violent London streets. 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.
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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.
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Lists with This Book. View all 6 comments. Feb 06, edge of bubble rated it it was amazing Shelves: An orphan boy living on the street with his gang of thieves. Becoming a lord someway. Aaand years later, we have a scoundrel of such a greatness, even one dance with him will cause the ruination of the maidens. Enter the heroine, obsessively intrigued by the dark lord. Upon finding herself in a predicament, she visits his house at night and strucks a deal with him.
You’ve read this shit umpteenth times, huh? Well, nope, you didn’t! The author took the romance tropes, shook her bosoms, plucked some brains, did her mojo and gave us something different! Well done lady, well done bosoms! It was gloomy without actually being gloomy. Nothing too graphic but enough to make this more than just a fluffy story. The hero and heroine doesn’t get to the naked vals part till the last third of the book and there is a third woman from the start.
Anything else I say would be too spoilery. I hate love triangles and cheating, and this here was neither. Was it an awesome work of literature?
Or even the best HR I’ve read? Then why am I all ravey and bubbly about it? I don’t know, just go with it. View all 14 comments. Don’t we all love a scoundrel?
Strong heroine, which I love. Great set of secondary characters who, I am sure will They call him the Devil Earl—a scoundrel and accused murderer who grew up on the violent London streets. Great set of secondary characters who, I am sure will get their stories in future heah.
Beneath his touch, he could feel her pulse quickening, fluttering like a tiny moth that had dared to approach the flame Whether a sinner or a saint, he held her interest as no other man ever had. Will definitely continue with this series. He had only the light smattering of hair in the centre of his chest, and she wove her fingers through it.
In Bed with the Devil by Lorraine Heath
The rain continued to patter against the pane. View all 37 comments. I reread it and could not describe how this story connects with me on so many levels. This is my favorite book from Lorraine Heath. I love both characters, how they were individually and how they were together.
I think Luke is the archetype of my kind of hero: This time around I didn’t even mind Frannie so much.
I was thinking about reading Frannie and Sterling’s story hoping that there will be more about Catherine and Luke. The last paragraph of the book still packs a punch. I have reread lofraine book many times and every time I love the story, Luke and Catherine a little more. This book’s final sentence has made such an impression on me. I usually dislike a man who talks “pretty”.
But Lorraine Heath created Luke, whose affections and feelings rang true, who was indeed a lost soul redeemed. I lorraien spoil it for anyone by lroraine it down here. I will only say that I am deeply moved, every time I finish the book and read that final paragraph, and feel as if I too, have been rescued by this love story.
Original Review This is a book, that made me sigh. I turned the last page and sighed. Because they don’t write books like this anymore. The gentle way the romance was portrayed in this book There was passion, without a doubt. But the softness, the tenderness, this is the old-school romance that made you feel warm in your heart. The writers of this new romance era like lorrainne shock readers with cqer crude and blatant sexual language to show us passion in the right-in-your-face way.
This book has passion in the old-fashioned sense, the sex scenes are explicit but new writers, please take a l here for class. The sex scenes are actually there for a reason, not just to entice readers but to actually serve a purpose in the story. I am all for a good romp.
But honestly, I am looking for some kind of a connection that does not largely depend on tenracion in my romances. Heath did that with Luke and Catherine. They were strangers who unknowingly to each other, shared a mutual attraction, then heatu were partners in “crime”, helping each other to achieve goals which did not involve each other, then they were friends, coming to care for each other and wanting to help just because, then they were lovers, who shared passion knowing that it could only live for as long or short as a few days, then they were strangers again.
Luke left Catherine alone because he did not know his own heart still thinking that he wanted to marry his childhood friend Frannie and because he wanted to preserve whatever reputation she had left. Catherine buried herself with taking care of her ailing father, chose to let Luke pursue his “happiness” with a woman he had loved since he was a boy, even view spoiler [ hid her pregnancy from Luke knowing that Luke would choose to marry her to do right by her.
It lorraime be obvious that I loved Luke and Catherine as a couple.
My favorite types of characters, hands down. I especially loved Catherine. This is hdath “tough” heroine. Please God save us all from those fake-tough heroines who throw a hissy fit when things don’t go their way.
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Look to Catherine Mabry for a dignified and strong woman in love. Luke’s “adoration” for his childhood friend Frannie, lkrraine, I wanted to throw up whenever Frannie was mentioned. I suppose you could love 2 people at the same time. I know this to be true.
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But I should hope it is day-and-night clear who you are “in love with”. You can love a lot of people but “to be in love with someone”, it should be singular, not plural. I think, if you do not know who you are in love with, then you are not in love with anybody.
And Heath had this Frannie thing going on for the entire book and Luke was so blind about how he felt about Frannie, it was very frustrating. I know Frannie is supposed to be paired with Catherine’s older brother Sterling.
And that is way before I read Luke and Catherine’s story. I just did not like Frannie as a character for reasons I cannot explain.