Charlotte, the infamous Lady Mallen, has divorced her husband for his rakish ways, even taking his dog when she left. Now she wants only to be accepted by the ton, a nearly impossible desire. The Earl of Devlin’s cousin has romanced her but is announcing his betrothal to another. Forsaken and snubbed at the engagement party, she burns his love notes, one by one, in the drawing room where she has taken refuge.
When the Earl of Devlin pulls her back from his fireplace, rescuing her from a fiery mishap, he also pulls from the fire the means to redeem his family’s fortune. A scandalous deal is struck, her love letter in exchange for his help in repairing her reputation. Their bargain is sealed with a kiss that quickly spirals out of control.
So what will the Earl and his independent lady choose — honor, family loyalty, or true love?
A Deal with Lord Devlin was a great story. The plot seemed to flow effortlessly across the pages. The drama drew me in quite quickly. James an Earl was very unhappy with the state of things when is father died. Charlotte a divorced woman of the ton, was looking for a way to redeem herself.
When the two meet things get exciting quick, they have an instant attraction and passion for each other. Charlotte wanting revenge after being casted off by James’ cousin, and James wanting the money his father left to cousin instead of him.
I almost wished A deal With Lord Devlin was longer just so I could know if they did go off and get married.
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