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  • A five stars for As the Devil Dares

    When Robert agreed to a partnership with Henry Winslow, he had no idea what he was getting into. Mariah has always dreamt about running the family business along with his father. However, his father had made a promise to her mother and he intends to keep that promise. The book is well-written and the characters are very well-developed. The plot flows nicely and the characters’ feelings are described in a way that you can feel them in your heart. Another positive point, at least for me, is the sense of humour. It made me laughed several times and, at the end of the book, I wanted to go on reading about them. I highly recommend this book to all readers who like a fun and enjoyable romance.

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  • How far would you go to let your dream come true?

    Robert Carlisle wants to become a partner of Winslow Shipping, all he has to do is complete a simple task to proof his worth and that is to marry Mariah Winslow off to an eligible gentleman. Sounds easy, right? After all, Mariah is a beauty and intelligent and unfortunately she is “the Hellion”. A woman who prefers to get the partnership herself and work in the family business instead of being made into a boring lady. A wonderful read. The two keep clashing and throw stones into each other’s path, while their mutual attraction is constantly growing. While the plot is progressing you learn a lot about the reasons behind their behavior, their motives, their dreams and while they will never accomplish it. The two are very headstrong, stubborn, smart and likeable. You keep wondering if one will give up or both or how this might end. I can recommend the book in this series, it completes the others, but could also be read alone. You will be reacquainted to the late Duchess of Trent with her golden heart and the banter won’t disappoint. What I like is that you have not one weak character in the book, gentle, kind people, yes, but all of them have their attics and are smart, which I prefer.

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