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    Simply Brilliant!

    I had to wait until 1 am (my local time) to purchase this through Kobo. I proceeded to read it straight through until 5 am. I laughed, I cried, I fell in love with the man in the monster. Or is it the monster in the man?
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    Back to the good times...

    This book is more in the style of the first 4-5 Maiden Lane books. When you finish readig it, you want more. I did not care for the last 2, so am very happy with this return to the original style.
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    Adventure with a hint of romance...

    Historical romance is a favorite genre of mine. It is only natural that I encounter books by a prominent author like Elizabeth Hoyt. Ms. Hoyt writes dashing stories of love and deception. I tend to lean toward the opinion that she writes stories that are filled with adventure but with a hint of romance. The thrill of Duke of Sin is that there are two sides to every character. The struggle between loyalty and vengeance leads to a novel that is shrouded in secrets and can be wordy but still a page turner. I received an ARC of Duke of Sin in exchange for an honest review.
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    Duke of Sin-Sexy antihero

    DUKE OF SIN is the tenth installment in Elizabeth Hoyt’s MAIDEN LANE historical romance series. This is Valentine (Val) Napier, the Duke of Montgomery, and his housekeeper Bridget Crumb’s story line. DUKE OF SIN can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. The Duke is the brother of Eve Dinwoody-Sweetest Scoundrel #9. Told from several third person points of view DUKE OF SIN focuses on Val Napier-the Duke of Montgomery- a man despised and feared for his blackmailing threats and ability to make people disappear. Valentine is the villain; more of an antihero- a man who is dishonest, is disagreeable, and lacks integrity but a man who is strong and yet capable and skilled where and when is matters. His inventory of blackmail information is beyond the scope of most men. Throughout the series Val has been ostracized from British society, and his return comes with threats of blackmail against the King and others. He is a self confident and powerful man with the ability to destroy lives and take down governments. While Val attempts to reintegrate through dark and dangerous means, our heroine searches, on behalf of the mother she barely knows, for incriminating evidence that the Duke has on her family. What ensues is a game of cat and mouse, push and pull as Bridget struggles to stay one step ahead of the Duke as she tries to uncover his secrets. DUKE OF SIN is a story with colorful and animated characters. The Duke is spirited and exuberant while Bridget is intelligent and in control at all times. The premise reveals Bridget’s heartbreaking past, and Val’s abusive childhood-a sadistic father and a mother who despised the ground upon which he walked. The romance softens the rough edges of Valentine’s heart but he will always be a little bit naughty and devious.

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