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- Print Length: 318 pages
- Publication Date: May 21, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07QRVJGB9
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #497,071 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Now, Simon is changing. No more carousing, women, drinking and all night encounters. A challenge, but one he knows he can win. Fast paced with a rake focused on winning his prize.
When choosing a book, you never know what to expect! What a beautiful surprise! Truly, Nadine Millard has outdone herself with her third story 'The Devil of Dashford Manor'! Her style of writing always keep my interest on alert, that's why I love so much her fabulous series 'Saints & Sinners'. Readers will be pleased! Couldn't put it down! Get ready to shed a tear, sigh or giggle!
The Devil of Dashford Manor tells the complex relationship between Simon Taft, Earl of Dashford and Amelia Linchfield. Simon is a complicated man who never trusted women ever since he was a young boy and doesn't want to loose his freedom, until a mysterious young woman enters his life. Amelia doesn't know what she really wants. At times, she wants to be part of an expedition, run by a famous archeologist named Eugene and financed by Simon and on other days she wants to marry and have children. So Simon decides to help her but in the process, falls madly in love with her. However, women are usually attracted to this tall, dark and devilish man, and since Amelia is a little naïve in matters of passion, their new relationship is filled with ups and downs! A stolen kiss will do its magic! Now she can't decide what she wants! Slowly, patiently and with tender care, Simon finally wins her heart forever!
When they say opposites attract, it usually means that people who are very different from each other are often attracted to each other, like it’s the case for Simon and Amelia. Thank you Ms. Millard for writing this beautiful novel!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Since catching his mother in an affair as a boy, Simon Taft has known that women are fickle and cannot be trusted. Now the Earl of Dashford, Simon has cultivated his reputation as the Beast of Dashford Manor, determined to remain a debauched bachelor.
Miss Amelia Linchfield is a history enthusiast, perfectly content to be consigned to the position of wallflower since her main goal whilst in London is to meet Eugene Taft, the respected archaeologist with whom she's been corresponding and hopefully convince him to allow her to join his expedition.
Simon inexplicably decides to help Amelia meet his cousin by hosting a house party, all the while he fights his own attraction to her. As terrifying as these new feelings are for Simon, serious Amelia may be just the one to tame the devil.
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I liked Simon a lot, despite his terrible debauchery, I was even willing to forgive him for his one slip after meeting Amelia. Truly, Amelia is where I had a problem. The main conflict keeping these two apart boiled down to a childish overreaction from Amelia and her refusal to actually communicate with Simon and demand the truth. After awhile, her inner monologues and reasonings just got a bit repetitive and annoying for me.
I enjoyed this read overall and Simon was surprisingly and delightfully romantic, but Amelia's behavior towards the end gave me mixed feelings about this one.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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I would thoroughly recommend this book.