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Set in England during Napoleon's brutal attempt at conquest, this is the story of Alexa Garrick, a beautiful young heiress with a disturbing past, and Damien Falon, the mysterious dark earl bent on her destruction. Alexa was the toast of London--until her brash, flirtatious ways led to the death of one of her lovestruck admirers. Original.
"Kat Martin will bedazzle readers with another wondrous, action-packed and sensual Regency-set romance. Skillfully spinning an enticing, spellbinding tale that brims over with passion and adventures, she sears the reader's heart once again."—Romantic Times
“Kat Martin is a premier historical romance author…and Devil’s Prize enhances her first-class reputation.” —Affaire de Coeur
Posted March 5, 2014
The Devil's Prize is the last in Garrick series, Alexa Garrick and Damien Falon story is fabulous. Alexa is a strong and stubborn heroine whom making some unwise and wise decision through out the story and Damien is strong and secretive. This book has it all adventure , danger , secret , revenge, romance. When I read Mrs. Kat Martin 's book , I could never guess what happen in the book every page keeps you reading with excitement and unexpected event. The ending is so sweet and unexpected too.Thank you Mrs. Martin
Posted February 27, 2014
Posted February 7, 2009
I like other Kat Martin novels, but this one had me scratching my head for several reasons. For one thing, some of the language of the characters was historically inaccurate. At one point, the hero says to himself, "Who was he kidding?" Ms. Martin, I REALLY doubt that an 18th or 19th century English or French gentleman used the word "kidding" even if he was just thinking it! And the plot twists were so convoluted as to possibly cause a hernia! The death of the hero's brother is the overriding theme of the first part of the book, and then it just disappears with only a brief reference or two in the last half of the book. Neither the hero nor the heroine were particularly likable and so it was a little difficult to care about the ultimate outcome--this being a historical romance, it was not hard to figure out! Sorry, but this was not a very terrific book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 8, 2002
Posted December 23, 2008
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