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Devil Lover

3.09 of 5 stars 3.09  ·  rating details  ·  88 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Paperback, 188 pages
Published May 1981 (first published January 1st 1981)
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Regan's playboy father took Andreas Vatis' wife from him years before. For years he waited for her to grow up so he could claim her as his wife in a crazy, old school eye-for-an-eye sort of plot only sensible to a HP Greek Tycoon. He tricks her into his home and forces her to marry him and provide him with sons. Mwha ha ha!

How could that be boring?

Well, it could be boring if the heroine's actions/reactions made no frigging sense.

Andreas was suitably dastardly and arrogant for the story to
Meh. I like those angst filled drama moments, but not when the heroine's actions don't make any sense. I mean really, didn't it ever dawn on her to just scream (view spoiler)

Heroine's father seduced the hero's wife. Hero had a tragic accident that left him blind and since he blames Regan's father for all his misfortunes he wants revenge. He makes the heroine believe he wants her as a guardian for his daughter but when she gets there she realizes she is just a pawn. Hero forces her to marry him and heroine tries to escape several times.

Very good story. Both H/h were jealous and insecure. Hero was harsh but vulnerable and unlike 80's heroes not cruel or sadist. Heroi
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Ok. What it said inside about greek wives, husbands and etc. was totally too much. I'm Greek myself and I know that things like this (total focus on revenge, unopinionated wives, etc.) don't happen. We live like, in the 21st century! The book was good overall as a story but I didn't like too much Carole Mortimer's point of view about how things are done in my country...
To make it short : even for a fiction , the plot is unbelievable and the dialogues are hallucinating (specialy at the beginning when they know each other for a few hours only)
If this is Love I'd hate to see what sheer hatred looks like !!
Alpha Fangirl

The revenge plot was weak. Check out the review at Alpha Fangirl.
Margaret Drury
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April Brookshire
The revenge plot was weak

The best part was that the heroine always stood up for herself

At least their love was somewhat believable
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Loved it..!!
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I have written almost 200 romance novels in contemporary and Regency.

I am a USA Today Bestselling Author and recipient of the 2015 RWA Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2014 I received a Pioneer of Romance Award from Romantic Times in the US and in 2012 I was recognised by Queen Elizabeth II for my 'outstanding service to literature'.

I am very happily married to Peter with six sons, and live on the
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