Friday, March 1, 2019

review: the devil's daughter by lisa kleypas

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Two years after the death of her husband, Phoebe is still not ready to remarry despite the pressure from her husband's cousin who Phoebe's husband had expressed a desire to have take his place and is overseeing the family estate. Phoebe isn't happy with the arrangement, but even so, she never expected to fall for the man who bullied her husband when they were at boarding school. Despite West's reputation, he proves to be kind to her children and concerned about the management of the land Phoebe's eldest son will one day inherit. It's a sweet romance (that gets steamy at times) of a pair who prove to be perfect complements. It was especially cute how the cat repeatedly brought the pair together.

Devil's Daughter works well as a standalone, although it’s the fifth in The Ravenels series as well as a crossover with The Wallflowers series as it features the daughter of Sebastian and Evie from Devil in Winter.
Review copy provided by the publisher, Avon.