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    Boland brave

    I love Felicity Faircloth!!! The Devil was as expected. Grumpy and dark and pained. Ewan was more intriguing. I want to read Ewan and Grace story now!! ( that's me throwing a tantrum) fantastic story,great storyteller.
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    Brilliant Bastards

    Sarah MacLean always weaves a magical tale and this might be my favourite yet! An intelligent, courageous heroine and a loving hero-in-denial make for a riveting story and opens a delicious new series. Bravo!
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    #Barenucklebabe

    I have read everything Sarah MacLeod has written everything. I have to say I'm not into the Wallflower plots anymore you know the wallflower gets the one man every woman is after. I had reservations about reading this book. I decided ok it's something new from Sarah it has to be good. It absolutely was I read it in 3 hours maybe that's because of interruptions "my kids". It's different than any wallflower book I have ever read the characters the secondary characters pulled me in I cannot wait for book two. It drives me mad that I have to wait. Sarah has changed the rules of how authors have written previously about wallflowers I couldn't put it down and was so crushed when I finished it like Felicity said " I want more". Sarah MacLeod has once again proven she's in a league all of her own and is amazingly good at it. Hopefully others will follow
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    Terrific read

    Great read; Sarah MacLean never fails to entertain. Felicity Fairclough finds herself on the outskirts of the Ton, but still being pushed by her family to make a good match. The twists and turns of this, combined with her meeting Devil, a Bareknuckle Bastard of Convent Gardens makes for an excellent story.
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    Buy it yesterday.

    I loved this book. MacLean has a really great way of incorporating cool details about Greek mythology or architecture/engineering and it makes her books so much more than simply romance. Not that *those* parts aren't good-- they are! Characterization is strong and the plot moves swiftly. I'm planning on bingeing the rest of MacLean's cannon ASAP.
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