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    Can a person love again once their love is destroy

    Desmond was the son of a gypsy and the brother-in-law of a King, he was a man who had his love destroyed by his wife's adultery. He swore never to trust a woman again, instead he used them as they used him. Then he met Ana, she was a lowly maid in a house of ill repute. She was an innocent and he had to have her! Ana despite her misgivings gave into him and became his mistress. She fell in loved with her gypsy love knowing full well he would never love her. But Ana was not really a servant girl, she was a Lady running from marriage to her cousin, a man she hated. When her story was told, Desmond lashed out at her and sent her away for her lies, but that was not the end of their story. This book was filled with revenge, anger and desire, when does love destroy people while it raises some up. Love desires honesty, justice and compassion, something Desmond had very little of in his life. Will he finally allow his distrust to continue destroy his future or will he accept Ana's love? Read the book to find out ! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    The Gypsy Lord

    If you've followed the series, then you have some background in the characters up to this point. If you haven't and are just now coming into the storyline and Elise Marion's world, then you're in for a treat. No need to fear, each book can be read as a standalone, but truly, why would you if it means missing all the deliciousness up to this point. Have you read the teaser yet or did you jump straight into the reviews? Read the teaser, I'll wait. Okay, did you picture Desmond with his dark hair, his gypsy coloring, and now brother-in-law to the King? What did you get from the description of Anastasia? A lady born and raised, trying to flee a situation her conscience nor stomach can abide. The telling flows so smoothly, you'll see the actual words come to life in your mind. The chemistry between these two when they meet causes a fizzle in the air. The side characters are just as engaging, each with personalities that are so relatable you'll find it easy to love them or love to hate them. I've been in love with this series since I read book one, "The Rogue Prince" and have been taken over the top with this one. They just keep getting better and better. I was thrilled to receive this ARC and proudly offer my voluntary review.
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    not only a gypsy lord but also a grieving lord

    Although the Gypsies were seen as thieves and liars in earlier centuries, they now play the leading role in this story (series of stories). I find the character of Desmond very intense. Even though he has renounced women, when he meets Ana (Anastasia), the wall around his heart is broken. I find the character of Ana sweet and gentle but certainly also strong. The way she takes her life in her own hands when she is forced to marry her nasty cousin is, I think, well described. The love story has been put down strongly. Other aspects in this book fit in well with this. The gypsy family who always supports each other and the piece of mystery that always hangs around the gypsies. An exciting end that I did not expect in the story but was very welcome to me I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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