Friday, December 3, 2010

Review: Devil's Desire by Laurie McBain

They called him the devil...

With his seductive golden eyes and sin-black hair, it's no wonder Lord Alex Trevegne has earned himself the sinister title-not to mention his reputation as one of the most notorious rakes in England.
And she's the only one who can conquer him...

When fate throws Alex and Elysia into a scandalous situation, Alex suddenly finds it surprisingly difficult to tear himself away from her.

As an unexpected passion blossoms between them, Elysia begins to wonder if after a lifetime of heartache she's finally found heaven in the arms of the devil. description taken from here.

I liked Devil's Desire.  It was a well written historical with lots of appeal to it.  The characters were wonderfully written, and Alex is as sinful as you could ever  wish.  I liked Elysia's character too though, they were both well written and clearly thought out.  One thing I liked about Elysia is that she is a stubborn willed woman who isn't going to take what Alex throws at her. 

  The plot was nice as well, and set out at a good pace.  The story took off, but didn't go so quickly that you become confused by such a fast pace. 

I love a good historical and this is one of them.  McBain did an awesome job with this book, and I just want to say, I am a fan.  There was romace, scandal and even some action when Elysia's brother captures a French spy.

Until Next Time,
Happy Reading!

**I received a free ARC in order to write my review. I did not get paid. All opinions are 100% my own unless otherwise stated.**