Lady Hope's Dashing Devil

Lady Hope's Dashing Devil

by Ava Stone


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ISBN-13: 9781547283941
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/13/2017
Pages: 114
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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Lady Hope's Dashing Devil 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Good series, really enjoyed being lost in the past!
Snookie563 More than 1 year ago
Ava Stone’s done it again! Lady Hope is one of the wild Post triplet sisters. She is looking to find a husband before her great uncle, the Duke of Danby, can assign her one. She thought she had found love but he died a year ago. Fast forward to now, she and her cousin went for a drive in the park. Hope convinces him to let her drive and as in her usual style, was going too fast and clips another carriage. This carriage belonged to Thaddeus Baxter the new Earl of Kilworth and cousin to Hope’s lost love. Their first impressions of each other are not very flattering. Hope tries to fool him by having her sister stand in for her but this fails. Time goes on and they both realize that they have fallen in love. This is a short read (90 pages) but very enjoyable. I like reading stories that carry on with family members (Lady Grace’s Husband Hunt), only one more sister to go. I received this book in exchange for an honest review
Hfowler More than 1 year ago
A short read that focuses on the wild triplet, the one that supposedly had found love than lost it when he died. She crashes into the new Lord Kilworth and the first impressions aren't that flattering on either side. He seems to set his foot into his mouth at least one more time and she tries to play him for a fool, but Danby is at it again though he really doesn't have to do anything except hand over the special license. Their romance was fast, sweet, and just a little bit passionate. It was enjoyable, though I think it could have been dragged out more and expanded. 90 pages really does not leave you with a well-satisfied feeling after you finish reading it. I seem to always want more from Ava Stone's stories. More naughty and less sweet-cute, but this wasn't as tame as Patience's story so there was that plus. A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion.
JuliaAD More than 1 year ago
Lady Hope hasn't cared about much in the last year since her true love, the Earl of Kilworth, died. No one really liked him, not even his own family. She and her cousin were driving in the park. She was driving and she clipped another carriage and turned it over. The carriage belonged to the new Earl of Kilworth, Thaddeus Baxter. She thinks he is extremely rude and he thinks she is extremely reckless. But he will never forget the first time he saw her or the twinkle in her eyes. Now she has no twinkle. Could it be she really cared for his cousin? As he gets to know her better, he realizes that he likes that reckless side of her. As she gets to know him, she realizes that he isn't as horrible as she thought.
MADreaderMD More than 1 year ago
This is a fun novella in the series featuring the great-nieces and nephews of the Duke of Danby. Having been so successful marrying off his grandchildren, he's moved on to the extended family. In Lady Hope's Dashing Devil, Lady Hope Post is sure she'll never love again after the man she loved died last year. She's absolutely not going to fall for the man's cousin who now holds his title and is determined to be a proper earl, unlike his nefarious cousin. It's great to see Thaddeus Baxter, the Earl of Kilworth, who most see as arrogant and proper, flummoxed by the woman he's secretly admired. While we all know the previous Earl of Kilworth was a complete cad, I like that we see how Lady Hope really cared for him and grieved for him. I'm glad to see she finally gets a proper beau.