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  • Mass Market Paperback: 356 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley Publishing Corporation,U.S. (1 Jan. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425218988
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425218983
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 2.4 x 16.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 461,995 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Disguised as a commoner, Callie, a runaway princess fleeing from those intent on stealing the throne, agrees to the ultimate protection, a marriage of convenience to a handsome ex-officer and the estranged younger son of an earl. Original.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By LA on 14 Jun. 2008
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The other review gave a great synopsis of the plot so I won't repeat it here, but I thought the book was sweet and good fun. I have liked most of her other books and thought this was a real return to form and in her usual style. She writes about strong, protective heroes and I love the interaction with Nicky, the princess' son. If you liked "Tallie's Knight" or "The Perfect Rake" (which I adored), you will love this book. And it is the start of a new series. Now, this may be a cynical ploy to sell books, but I don't care! A real keeper.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By CJ VINE VOICE on 11 Jan. 2008
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I'm an Anne Gracie fan and was looking forward to this book. The plot line put me off - I don't like stories about Princesses from obscure made-up principalities - I can't suspend my disbelief enough to put up with names like Zindaria and Crown Princes skipping through the English Regency countryside pursued by evil Counts. Still I enjoyed the rest of her books so thought I would give this one a chance. Stayed up late to finish it and wish I hadn't sacrified my sleep!

This is meant to be the first book in a 'Devil Riders' series about four soldiers coming back from war and presumably finding their one and onlys in the next four of her books. First of all whilst we are told that the hero, Gabriel, is traumatised by war and a nasty childhood and is having trouble settling down, there is really no evidence to support this. He's a very two dimensional character who is goodlooking (never very well described so its hard to picture him), charming and gallant from the first. The shadows supposedly in his past pop up from time to time but not very convincingly.

He falls for 'Princess' Callie (!) at almost first sight on the basis that she has lovely eyes and delicious lips and takes her under his wing. Callie herself is another two dimensional character whose only motivation is the protection of her son - Crown Prince Nikolai - who has a limp and was harshly treated by his now dead father. She was married off at 16 to Prince Rupert, found out he was unfaithful, it broke her heart and she decided never to trust a man again. When he gets shot by evil Count Anton she also decides never to marry again.

The evil Count is in line to the throne and keen to eliminate poor Nikolai who is the only one left in his path.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alice in Wonderland on 25 Jan. 2012
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This was my first Anne Gracie book, and after reading several books where the entire plot was based around the hero falling for the heroine, it was a relief to find a book that actually had a plot, even if slightly far fetched. The book focuses on Princess Callie and her son Nicky and their escape from their homeland and avoiding an evil count, all helped by the hero of the book, Gabriel. The characters where all quite loveable, and I was definately rooting for them to get together and have their happy ever after in the end (almost a certainty in romance books though. The adding of children in the plot also gave it another dimension and Gracie evolve her characters more, definately making it a better book.

I did enjoy this book, and after reading it went on to read the other books in the series: I especially enjoyed Harry and Nash's stories (They are first introduced in this book). Definately worth reading, and overall I think this was a good find.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Reader on 28 Jan. 2008
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In 1816 after the poisoned milk ki11ed her son's puppy, widow Princess Callie, knowing her offspring was the intended victim, flees with her seven years old child, Zindaria Crown Prince Nicky to England planning to hide in the home of her retired governess. She and the child make it to the English shore with little hope of going much further. The second son an Earl, war veteran formerly of the Fourteenth Light Dragoon Gabriel Renfrew, happens to be riding at breakneck speed when he spots the woman and her offspring. Gabriel provides shelter to Callie and her son although he knows she is hiding much from him. When an assassin tries to ki11 them, Gabriel protects them. He offers her marriage as he can truly keep mother and child safe. As she considers his proposal, she fears for her heart as she has fallen in love for that matter so has Gabriel, no longer a daredevil as he has someone to live for, but a throne stands in their way.

The first Devi1 Riders' historical romance is an action-packed Regency thriller starring two strong protagonists and contains just enough suspense to hook the readers into wondering what comes next. Callie's prime objective is to keep Nicky safe while Gabe no longer cares suffering from posttraumatic syndrome caused by his war experience. Their forbidden love makes for a charming tale as Gabe turns from a 24/7 devi1 rider into a 24/7 loving protecting husband-father. Fans already know that Anne Gracie writes 'Perfect' early nineteenth century romances!! I'd also like to recommend reading Tino Georgiou's bestselling novel--The Fates--if you haven't yet! It's brilliant!
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