To Save the Devil (Sons of Sin Trilogy #2) [NOOK Book]

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Ex-spy and former Bow Street Runner Will Jones rescues a beautiful, unsullied virgin from a London brothel, but she is no swooning maiden. Instead, he faces a woman of wit who resists his aid, escapes his protection...and captures his imagination.


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To Save the Devil (Sons of Sin Trilogy #2)

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Overview

Ex-spy and former Bow Street Runner Will Jones rescues a beautiful, unsullied virgin from a London brothel, but she is no swooning maiden. Instead, he faces a woman of wit who resists his aid, escapes his protection...and captures his imagination.


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Saving the virtue of a beautiful woman known as Helen of Troy was difficult enough, but when ex-Bow Street Runner Will Jones buys her at an exclusive brothel auction and then spirits her away, he soon learns that keeping her safe is even harder. They are both after the same greedy blackmailer, and gently raised Helen is determined to retrieve some incriminating letters, whatever the danger. With elegant writing, impeccable historical detail, and subtle wit, Moore's adventurous tale sweeps a pair of unlikely but perfectly matched protagonists from the treacherous London stews to the rarefied heights of the ton and draws a vivid, sensual picture of 1820s London and the darker world that lurks just below its glittering surface. VERDICT Second in Moore's dashing trilogy featuring the three "Sons of Sin" of a noted London courtesan, this installment brilliantly delivers a complete, satisfying romance while skillfully tantalizing readers with hints of what's to come (To Seduce an Angel, fall 2011). Moore (To Tempt a Saint) lives in Mill Valley, CA.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101444153
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 10/5/2010
  • Series: Sons of Sin Trilogy , #2
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 250,812
  • File size: 242 KB

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  • Posted September 22, 2010

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    The middle Sons of Sins Regency romance continues the insightful dark look at the underbelly of London

    Will Jones has been a spy and a Bow Street Runner. However, in 1820 his mission in London is more personal. He wants to destroy Archibald March, who most of England believe is a great benefactor and philanthropist. Will, his brother Xander and his new sister-in-law Cleo know better that March is a murdering maggot who uses blackmail of authorities to keep the powerful under his control. The brothers learned this when they began their search for their abducted younger sibling Kit and rescued Cleo (see To Tempt a Saint).

    Undercover as Vicomte de Villard, Will attends an auction in which Helen of Troy is for sale. He pays a fortune to win the bid for the virgin. She stands ready to bash his head in with a candlestick as he is ready to leave with Helen. He escapes with a bound Helen who insists she must return to the brothel to retrieve something, but refuses to tell him what she needs. Helen rejects his protection and escapes into the slums of London as she plots on returning to the brothel to find damning seditious documents that March has on her mother. Spellbound to his Helen, Will searches for his not so Sleeping Beauty.

    The middle Sons of Sins Regency romance continues the insightful dark look at the underbelly of London as Will and Helen collide in a brothel. Fast-paced as Will desperately works the slums he worked as a Bow Street Runner, but his impetus is greater as this is personal. His mind is distracted from the mission of rescuing the third "living sin" of their courtesan mom Sophie Rhys-Jones. Helen more than proves she is his equal, but evil March remains a powerful force.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted December 1, 2010

    AN ANOTHER EXCITING "SONS OF SIN" HISTORICAL ROMANCE! TO SAVE THE DEVIL BY KATE MOORE

    TO SAVE THE DEVIL by Kate Moore is an exciting historical romance set in 1820 London. It is the second in the "Sons of Sin" series but can be read as a stand alone. The first in the series was "To Tempt A Saint". This is a series of three brothers whose mother was an infamous London courtesan. She raised them to be gentlemen, although the youngest was kidnapped three years earlier and believed to be dead. The other two brothers are determined to find him, bring him home and find out who is out to kill him. The hero, is about Will, the middle son. Who is an ex-spy, former Bow Street Runner, handsome, tough, and determined. This book has passion, intrigue, romance, family ties, betrayal, truth, secrets,adventure, sweet sensuality,fighting villians, injustices and bringing family together.The heroine, Helen, so she is called, Helen of Troy, is rescued by Will from a brothel, where she is auction as a virgin. She is beautiful, has secrets, looking for letters from her mother from years prior that could destroy her family.She is fiesty, escapes Will's protection, returns to Will, decides she needs his help and they should become partners.She knows Will is searching for his missing younger brother.Together, they take on the dangerous London streets and fall in love. This is an exciting story of family, and never giving up on lost ones. If you enjoy spies,love, family,fighting injustices, and completion of a family you will enjoy this one. This series is a keeper.This book was received for review from the publisher and details can be found at Berkley Sensation, a division of Penguin Group and My Book Addiction and More.

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  • Posted February 27, 2011

    Sexy!

    Fun, sexy historical romance. Love this author. Can't wait to read the next one.

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