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  • Great Writing, Emotional Story

    With this installment of the Rakes of Fallow Hall series, Ms. Lorret went straight for the heartstrings! Hedley Sinclair has been invisible for most of her life, locked away in the attic of her parents’ home and treated poorly. An inheritance of a house from her grandfather has given her the independence and freedom she craves and even though the house is sorely in need of repairs, it’s all hers and a ticket to being in control of her life. Unless Rafe Danvers gets his way. Rafe has made no secret of the fact that he wants the house that once belonged to his family and he would do anything to get it back. Finding out that he had been played by a Sinclair again made him furious, especially because of his history with the Sinclairs. I enjoyed reading the first book in the series, The Elusive Lord Everhart but there was so much to love about The Devilish Mr. Danvers. The dialogue, the interactions and friendship among the group at Fallow Hall was fun to read. While Hedley was shunned by her family, Rafe’s family was shunned by society and he was abandoned by his socially conscious fiancee, who is Hedley’s sister. But while Rafe is intent on restoring honor to his family’s name, Hedley just wants to take charge of her life. Initially Rafe was annoying in his attempts to intimidate Headley and take ownership of the house, but her strength was attractive to him and he makes himself her protector when he hears her story. Hedley was a very lovable character, utterly lacking in guile and with an honest and unfiltered appreciation for new experiences. It was very satisfying seeing her grow from the scared woman in the beginning into a bold and spirited woman, Ms. Lorret has written a solid and interesting addition to her Rakes of Fallow Hall series with a strong woman whose past will have the reader wanting to step in and right the wrongs done to her and the one man who does. With an interesting cast of characters, The Devilish Mr. Danvers is a great read and I look forward to the next book in the series. *I received this book for free from the Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*

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