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A woman's desire...

With dreams of a great romantic love, Abigail Carrington sails to England to marry the man she has loved since childhood, Michael Ingram, Marquis of Darfield. She believes her betrothed is a generous and noble man who has been longing for her. But the handsome man waiting for her at the altar is a dark, brooding stranger who rushes her into marriage, then abandons her at his country estate. Only the passion of Michael's kiss gives her hope that theirs can be more than a marriage of convenience.

A man's need...

With scandal shadowing his past, Michael, the Devil of Darfield, had no need for a wife. Remembering only the little hellion who made life miserable for him aboard her father's ship, he resents the agreement he made to marry her so he could save his ancestral home. Though determined to ignore her, he cannot stop thinking about his lovely violet-eyed bride. Her beauty tempts him. Her charm bedevils him. He tries to drive her away until he almost loses her. Then he vows to regain her love—before it is too late....


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The Devil's Love
Average rating
3.3 / 5
I Love This Story, But..
July 15th, 2015
I first read this story shortly after it came out in '98 in its original paperback format and I LOVED it. The characters are great and the story is sweet and emotional. There are serious issues that Abbey and Michael need to sort through in order to reach their HEA and there is villainy (and villains) afoot but the story is not heavily weighed down with suspense and mystery. Their romance is the focus of the story. That said, this book is suffering from a lot of typos and requires the attention of a proofreader. Considering the price and the publisher of this work, I was quite surprised by all the glaring errors, most of which occur in the latter half of the book. Now I understand why there are so many low reviews. I just wish someone had warned me about the typos.(Because they aren't in the paperback.)
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