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The Serpent Prince: Number 3 in series (Princes Trilogy) [Mass Market Paperback]

Elizabeth Hoyt
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4 Oct 2007 Princes Trilogy

Country bred Lucy Craddock-Hayes is content with her quiet life. Until the day she trips over an unconscious man - a NAKED unconscious man at that - and loses her innocence forever.

Viscount Simon Iddesleigh was nearly beaten to death by his enemies. Now he's hell-bent on vengeance. But as Lucy nurses him back to health, her honesty startles his jaded sensibilities - even as it ignites a desire that threatens to consume them both.

Charmed by Simon's sly wit, urbane manners and even his re-heeled shoes, Lucy falls hard and fast for him. Yet as his honour keeps him from ravishing her his revenge sends his attackers to her door. As Simon wages war on his foes, Lucy wages her own war for his soul using the only weapon she has - her love....

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The Serpent Prince: Number 3 in series (Princes Trilogy) + The Leopard Prince: Number 2 in series (Princes Trilogy) + The Raven Prince: Number 1 in series (Princes Trilogy)
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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (4 Oct 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 044640053X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446400534
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 10.7 x 2.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 433,282 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Elizabeth Hoyt lives in central Illinois with her husband, two children and three dogs. Visit her at

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When the Devil meets an Angel he can take her to Heaven... or to Hell. The third in Elizabeth Hoyt's Regency trilogy. Georgette Heyer was never like this!

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Elizabeth Hoyt lives in central Illinois with three untrained dogs, two angelic, but bickering children, and one long-suffering husband. There is some debate on whether a golden hamster resides with her as well. The hamster was a free-thinking rodent and decided to live sans cage sometime in the summer of '05

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful 23 April 2011
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This is a very passionate romance with a slightly different hero to the norm he has a dark side to him, ever since his brother Ethan was murdered. Lucy the heroine is a country girl and totally out of Simon's normal sphere. He has been attacked and dumped naked in a ditch near a small village in Kent this is where Lucy finds him, he is taken to her family home where she nurses him back to health. There is an immediate attraction between them, but Simon resists as he does not want to sully Lucy as he does have some morals and he does not want her to know the plan of revenge he is involved in.Lucy is very much attracted to him as well, the most erotic scene in the book for me was when Simon inadvertently walked in on Lucy having her bath. Without giving too much away they do get together and when they do the sex scenes are hot. I really enjoyed this book it was very easy to get immersed in the characters and the story.
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5.0 out of 5 stars raving reviews 5 Mar 2008
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This is definately a keeper. The author is a refreshing change. I have read all the books in the series. Loved this one because the characters were slowly built out of an incident which left the hero longing to start a relationship with the heroine.I liked the fact that he had weaknesses & that the author showed this in a way that did not weaken or detract from the story line & in fact made it most edifying. The heroine stood up for herself despite her background & confrontations that she was faced with.There is a beatiful humourous slant to the whole story that ripples throughout the story & its handled very "discreetly". Only EH can give these attributes so well. Loved the dialogue with the hero....leaves you thirsting for more....waiting with baited breath for the next novel. Well done EH you are sensational.
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2.0 out of 5 stars marinaxxx 8 Dec 2012
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I didnt like this book from the beginning and was a bit disapointed from E.Hoyt!I do love some of her other books and expected more!I am sorry but the book is not worth of the money i paid and i will be carefull with this author from now on!
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By jem
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This is the weakest of the Princes Trilogy in my opinion. I still enjoyed it, but not as much as The Raven Prince and the Leopard Prince. The two main characters didn't draw me in as much as the characters in the other books. The books are linked, but only so far as the three male leads are friends, sharing an interest in using modern [for the Georgians] agricultural techniques. They briefly appear together in each of the books.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Part of a Trilogy of Prince Stories - Good Read 22 Nov 2013
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I do like Elizabeth Hoyt's stories, this one is part of a trilogy and each one can be read on its own as a complete story. Spent a few hours reading all three and thoroughly enjoyed it, she is a very good storyteller.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Variable 30 Sep 2007
By Helen Hancox TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This book took me a while to plough through and I nearly gave up halfway. Not that it's badly written - it isn't, apart from some dodgy Americanisms inserting themselves into England of the 1700s - but the pacing seemed rather off for the first half. However the second half picked up considerably and the novel became much more enjoyable.

Lucy Craddock-Hayes is having yet another normal day in her life in a village when she comes across a naked dead man lying by the side of the road. She discovers fairly quickly that he isn't dead and has him taken to her home where she tends him. As soon as the man regains consciousness she learns that he is Viscount Iddesleigh and he's a witty and charming man. Lucy's father is suspicious of the viscount but he and Lucy spend time together amicably before he leaves in a hurry, his life having been threatened again, and Lucy indirectly. It seems that Simon, Viscount Iddesleigh, has been on some kind of personal revenge mission against the people who are responsible for his brother Ethan's death and that these people may be striking back. The second half of the book takes place in London where we discover the ringleader behind the death of Ethan and the more recent attacks on Simon. There is far more action with duels, intrigues and Lucy's rather static role as Simon chases round London, beset by his demons and the memory of his dead brother.

I was never entirely sure of the characters of either Lucy or Simon. Somehow they always seemed a little indistinct and Simon's motives in marrying Lucy weren't always clear. What was it about her that attracted him so much apart from her plain speaking?
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