In the prologue to Gaelen Foley’s latest novel, Devil Takes A Bride, we see a woman flying for her life. Her pursuers are members of a. Read a free sample or buy Devil Takes A Bride by Gaelen Foley. You can read this book with Apple Books on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or. Devil Takes A Bride is the latest installment in the Knight family saga by Gaelen Foley. Characters from the earlier novels play a supporting role in this one.

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Her passionate nature rivals his own. It isn’t often authors are risque enough to delve into the minds of their evil antagonists, and certainly not romance authors. It was here, while studying the Romantic poets, such as Wordsworth, Byron, and Keats that she first fell in love with the Regency period in which her novels are set. Devol to Gaelen for going there.

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Loved seeing the connection between him and Lizzie. Devlin being adorbs and silly as hell. The Knight family had always considered Lizzie to be one of them but she always felt that she was a burden, never really a part of the family, never really belonging and therefore determined that she would find her own way in the world. Both of them have been outsiders looking in, desperately wanting to find somewhere they belong.

Love, kindness and understanding.

edvil He reached out and cradled her cheek in his palm. I don’t like romance novels because they are always cliches. Devil Takes a Bride has now become my favorite book in the series to date, and that’s no easy task since all of them have rated stars for me.


Devil Takes A Bride

Devlin Kimball Lord Strathmore has spent years adventuring on the high seas, struggling to make his peace with the tragedy that claimed the lives of his family. Takds both H and h. In this entertaining, if somewhat melodramatic, tale, Foley manages to do what few authors have—write a truly sensual romance, possessing depth of plot and character, that isn’t overburdened by sex scenes.

I thought Devlin and Lizzie made a wonderful couple. I am such a fool for bluestocking ladies. Indeed, bby get very melodramatic towards the end, and we start getting descriptions like this: She continued to keep him fooey his toes throughout the book, not letting him be a worthless dandy. But now he has uncovered the dark truth behind the so-called accident and swears retribution. Overall, the story wasn’t too bad.

Twelve years later he goes undercover, pretending to be like the bad guys, drinking, gambling, etc. After Lizzie learns of the bills Devlin’s Aunt Augusta pays on Devlin’s dissolute behalf, Lizzie resolves to teach Devlin a lesson, someone she’s never met.

It was a nice story with nice characters but edvil predictable. Devil Takes a Bride has just about everything I could ask for in a book. And why did I finish it?!?!

Devlin’s layers were slowly peeled back, as were hers, and they just brought out the best in each other! Published April 27th by Ivy Books first published If I was in Lizzie’s place, I would have picked Dev too.

She made him want to shake off the chains of the past, give up the awful burden of hate; she made him want to live, and be happy. Click here to learn more about this month’s sponsor! Gaelen Foley – Author. Now does this mean that I’m going to start reading romance novels habitually?


He shouldn’t have been grieving for his loss 12 years ago, when he knew Lizzie was in danger now. I almost felt like passing out after finally finishing it.

A Journal Of My Reviews: Devil Takes a Bride, by Gaelen Foley [3]

Because of Melody and her awesome review, Giulio Berruti became the face of Devlin for me and he would not leave. She is not the heroine of this novel. There is so much that happens in this story that I can’t describe or do it justice. I know, I know. After that, Devlin pretty much goes on a downward spiral of drinking and all sorts of debaucherous acts until his Aunt Augusta steps in, buys him a ship and sends him off on the high seas for adventure.

For this book a 4 stars. After being a virtual pirate oversees for 10 years, he comes back hell bent on avenging his family. And I love and I mean love Devlin. I couldn’t tick my imaginary list of ‘the-author-is-doing-it-right’ fast enough. The climax is action-packed, confusing, described in rich purple prose, and just plain bridd long. Other books in the gaeoen.