Revenge Wears Rubies (Berkley Sensation Historical Romance) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Mar 2010
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"This Luscious Tale Will Enthrall You." -- Sabrina Jeffries
One of the freshest voices I've seen in ages." -- Sherrhyn Kenyo
About the Author
Renee Bernard is a freelance writer for "Romantic Times Bookclub" magazine. "A Lady's Pleasure" is her first novel. She has also written a story, "Mischief's Holiday," for the anthology "The School for Heiresses". Renee lives in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Northern California. Visit her website at ReneeBernardAuthor.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Galen makes it back to England and eventually looks up Haley and discovers she is engaged to a man who is considered to be beneath her since is an industrialist with lots of wealth. This fiancé is somewhat uncouth but is a social climber. He is marrying Haley to better his social standing and she is marrying him because her family needs money. She isn't happy about it but is trying to convince herself that can do it for the good of her family. Galen is incensed that she can throw off his friend without mourning him. He considers her a mercenary harlot and determines to ruin her by enticing her away then ruining her. He sets his course and proceeds. Unfortunately he falls in love along the way. The lovemaking is quite passionate and the reader is drawn in. But I found myself wanting to punch him because you just know that Haley is innocent of wrongdoing and Galen is a jerk. It is due to his actions that Haley and her family are forced to flee London. There are many other twists and surprises to the story and it is hard to predict the ending but the story was good, and the characters too believable. This is book one of the story of The Jaded, as the men who spent that time in the dungeon call their selves. I am looking forward to reading more of this group.