Duke of Sin

Duke of Sin A MAN OF SINDevastatingly handsome Vain Unscrupulous Valentine Napier the Duke of Montgomery is the man London whispers about in boudoirs and back alleys A notorious rake and blackmailer Montgomery

Duke of Sin Maiden Lane, by Elizabeth Hoyt DUKE OF SIN, the tenth book of the Maiden Lane series just might be my favorite of the lot so far The hero is no other than Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery If you ve followed the series this far then you know that in the previous books that Val has been the villain of the series. Duke of Sin Maiden Lane Elizabeth Hoyt Duke of Sin is a unique, engaging romance and I hated when real life intruded and forced me to put the book down Val and Bridget are refreshingly original characters and I m grateful that finding their happily ever after doesn t change that. Duke of Sin Maiden Lane Book Kindle edition by Duke of Sin Maiden Lane Book Kindle edition by Elizabeth Hoyt Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Duke of Sin Maiden Lane Book . Duke of Sin Duke Trilogy, by Adele Ashworth Duke of Sin, Adele Ashworth I ve only read Winter Garden and quite enjoyed it and so I ve been looking forward to reading some other highly rated Ashworth novels, of which she has quite a few I enjoyed the initial premise of a widow seeking to make a life for herself in relative solitude in a small coastal town, developing her own business as a florist. Duke of Sin Maiden Lane Series by Elizabeth Hoyt DUKE OF SIN can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty The Duke is the brother of Eve Dinwoody Sweetest Scoundrel Told from several third person points of view DUKE OF SIN focuses on Val Napier the Duke of Montgomery a man despised and feared for his blackmailing threats and ability to make people disappear. Duke of Sin Maiden Lane, book by Elizabeth Hoyt Duke of Sin Maiden Lane, book by Elizabeth Hoyt book cover, description, publication history. Duke of Sin All About Romance Using her mother as a reference, Bridget does get the housekeeper s job, but as luck would have it, the duke returns and walks in on her in his rooms just as she finally discovers the hiding place of Lady Caire s letters. Duke of Sin Duke Trilogy, book by Adele Ashworth Duke of Sin Duke Trilogy, book by Adele Ashworth book cover, description, publication history. Duke of Sin by Adele Ashworth, Paperback Barnes Duke of Sin Chapter One Southern Cornwall July Vivian stared at the handwritten note His grace desires Smiling wryly, she decided she rather wished he did But then she d only seen him froma distance and entertaining such Duke of Sin by Elizabeth Hoyt on Apple Books May , A MAN OF SIN Devastatingly handsome Vain Unscrupulous Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery, is the man London whispers about in boudoirs and back alleys A notorious rake and blackmailer, Montgomery has returned from exile, intent on seeking revenge on those who have wronged him But what he finds in his own

  • Title: Duke of Sin
  • Author: Elizabeth Hoyt
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  • A MAN OF SINDevastatingly handsome Vain Unscrupulous Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery, is the man London whispers about in boudoirs and back alleys A notorious rake and blackmailer, Montgomery has returned from exile, intent on seeking revenge on those who have wronged him But what he finds in his own bedroom may lay waste to all his plans.A WOMAN OF HONORBornA MAN OF SINDevastatingly handsome Vain Unscrupulous Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery, is the man London whispers about in boudoirs and back alleys A notorious rake and blackmailer, Montgomery has returned from exile, intent on seeking revenge on those who have wronged him But what he finds in his own bedroom may lay waste to all his plans.A WOMAN OF HONORBorn a bastard, housekeeper Bridget Crumb is clever, bold, and fiercely loyal When her aristocratic mother becomes the target of extortion, Bridget joins the Duke of Montgomery s household to search for the incriminating evidence and uncovers something far dangerous.A SECRET THAT THREATENS TO DESTROY THEM BOTHAstonished by the deceptively prim and surprisingly witty domestic spy in his chambers, Montgomery is intrigued And try as she might, Bridget can t resist the slyly charming duke Now as the two begin their treacherous game of cat and mouse, they soon realize that they both have secrets and neither may be as nefarious or as innocent as they appear .

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    1. ERMAHGERD. I LOVED IT SO MUCH!She'd said she loved. Loved him. What a strange and wondrous thing. And how it hurt, this love! What pain it caused, like tiny knives in the veins. He didn't think he liked it much, but he'd endure it, yes he would, if only she'd return and stab him again.One of my new favorite romances of all-time! Historical romances are so much better to me than contemporary ones. Neither character was annoying, just the right amount the drama, and the writing was, oh, so very go [...]

    2. Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestElizabeth Hoyt is a name that frequently appears alongside other famous regency "brand names" like Lisa Kleypas and Courtney Milan, which just makes it all the more criminal that I haven't read this book until now. Because DUKE OF SIN incredible.DUKE OF SIN is a bodice-ripper of the modern age, with an icy, tortured, dangerous gamma hero who wouldn't be out of place in an Anne Stuart novel. Valentine Napier is a hedonist and a ruthless blackmailer [...]

    3. If I only had a heart…I’m going to be brutally honest here…I had a few false starts reading Duke of Sin. Look, I’m all for falling for the bad boy, the rake, or even the arrogant jerk who thinks he’s better than others. BUT…for the hero to be all three…that could be pushing it. Valentine Napier, Duke of Montgomery, is one of the most hated, evil, vain and crass characters I have read in a historical romance. How could I force myself to be patient and see if he could “come good” [...]

    4. I love a good villain. And, I would have been sorely disappointed if our anti-hero, Val, turned out to be this great guy who was just misunderstood. That he is actually some sort of saint giving anonymously to the poor and shit. No! I fell in love with the villain, not some saint in villain clothing. Thank you to the author who understood this and wrote in her dedication that this book is for me. Val acknowledges his villainous ways:"This is who I am. Naked, with blade and blood. I am vengeance. [...]

    5. Val, Val, VAL.Yas, YAS, YASSSSSSS.I don't think I have ever read such a broken and twisted leading man. So, naturally, I'm in love with him. He thinks he doesn't have a heart. He thinks himself incapable of emotion. He was taught at a young age that the only way to survive was to never actually love anything. And yet there is still a glimmer of goodness in him and even though it's only a tiny part, it's enough. He lives a life of excess. Pleasure, wine, indulgence of every whim is the life he li [...]

    6. 4.5 starsIn Duke of Midnight, the sixth book in her Maiden Lane series, Elizabeth Hoyt introduced a fascinating secondary character by the name of Valentine Napier. He’s a duke. He’s unutterably gorgeous. He’s extremely wealthy. He’s also clever, devious, amoral and vain, and through the last few books in the series, we’ve watched him manipulate, blackmail, orchestrate kidnaps and engineer goodness knows what other nefarious schemes.He seemed at first to be an almost archetypal villain [...]

    7. I was enjoying this book until around the 70% mark then it starts to get rapey with sexual violence and PedophiliaThen this scene happened"The little girl chose that moment to take her finger out of her mouth and point it damply at Val. “I don’t wike you.” He looked down his nose at her. “No, nor does anyone else, yet they all seem to be happy enough to let me take sweet Séraphine off to be debauched at my leisure. D’you suppose they would stand around twiddling their thumbs were I to [...]

    8. Sale Alert 07Jan17 on for 1.99Sometimes I want to root for the villain. Sometimes I don’t want the hero to just be a deep down good guy that just hasn’t found the right woman to make him give up his lecherous whoring ways. SOMETIMES I want the bad guy to win.“This is who I am, Séraphine. Naked, with blade and blood. I am vengeance. I am hate. I am sin personified. Never mistake me for the hero of this tale, for I am not and shall never be. I am the villain.”Valentine really isn’t a n [...]

    9. Update January 2017I'm downgrading this book after re-reading it for the fourth (!) - yes, I know I'm a sad person - time.It helps taking off the rose-tinted glasses and having a closer look at the weaknesses, I so generously overlooked, because a) I was fangirling over Ms Hoyt and b) I was fangirling over Valentine.Two reasons: 1. In my original review I had already mentioned that it's more Val's story than it is Bridget's, or at least Bridget and Val's story. Bridget as a character is - in com [...]

    10. My, oh my! Elizabeth Hoyt has a wonderful book on her hands. DUKE OF SIN, the tenth book of the Maiden Lane series. just might be my favorite of the lot so far. The hero is no other than Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery. If you’ve followed the series this far then you know that in the previous books that Val has been the villain of the series. He’s not a man with very much morals and indulges in anything and everything, especially if it gives him more power. So I was interested to se [...]

    11. *** 3.75 ***A buddy read with the Historical Romance saps @ the MacHalo Freaks! Because we need love too!I think if I had read this book without the baggage on Val's character from the last two books, I would have liked it much more. Trying to make a villein, but more importantly, a true sociopath into a romantic interest is very difficult and I am aware of my prejudices towards him from all the harm he had done in the series up to now. I loved the complexity of his personality, the constant jug [...]

    12. Duke of Sin made me raise my lorgnette, tease my wig a bit to make sure the jewel encrusted bird nest was still affixed at its jaunty angle, and then drawl that "While the marketing of Valentine Napier’s book is pushing the 'love him vs. hate him' angleankly, I, jaded twist that I am, care not a whit."Val has all the earmarks of a gamma hero: He’s a sociopath and a murderer. He kidnaps multiple ladies at the drop of a snuff box, and then wages revenge against said ladies' male family members [...]

    13. Me while reading some shocking thing that the hero does (which is like most of the time)If you have read Devil in Winter and fell in love with Sebastian, then you will love Duke of Sin. There's something addictive with goddamn hedonists and naughty dukes and Valentine Napier, Duke of Montgomery is the the naughtiest and the dirtiest of them all.I love everything in this book. From Val's funny and sexy nude scenes (there are many) to Bridget's reactions every time Val do something bad, I FREAAAAK [...]

    14. PRE-RELEASE REVIEWPublished: 31st May 2016This is the tenth book in Elizabeth Hoyt’s Maiden Lane series and I have so much admiration for her ability to continue to give readers stories that are unique and engrossing; characters that are complex and fascinating, and romances that are erotic and sensual."Never mistake me for the hero of this tale, for I am not and shall never be. I am the villain.”I have been fascinated by Valentine Napier, Duke of Montgomery, ever since his first appearance [...]

    15. “Oh, Séraphine. Tread carefully, my burning one, as if you danced on the shattered skulls of children, for I may lie abed, but I am a duke yet, and not just any duke, but the Duke of Montgomery, and my inheritance is death and mayhem.” If life was fair my review would just be a continuation of this book – PERFECTION. But alas it is not and I can't express in words how truly FANTASTIC this book was. Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery has returned from exile, intent on gaining his way [...]

    16. He was the Duke of Montgomery. He’d successfully blackmailed the King. He was about to blackmail himself a wife. No one loved him.And that was the way he liked it.The hero in this book, Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery, is a villain. He blackmails everyone. (no, really). He murders people. He is cunning, arrogant, but he also has this child-like playfulness to him – I’m not talking giggles but more – his childhood was so messed up that he has this immature side. He wants to play, [...]

    17. Valentine, Duke if Montgomery, is a villain and he thoroughly enjoys it. He's all about schemes, blackmail, and power. He's stunningly beautiful, rich, possibly insane, likes violence, and heartless an awesome villain and antihero. Bridget is the housekeeper for Val and trying to discover two pieces of blackmail the Duke has on acquaintances of hers. She's also the best housekeeper in England and fixes up his household, all while challenging him at every turn, which he relishes. She's kind, smar [...]

    18. I honestly don't know how to rate this one. I didn't love it. I didn't hate it. So I guess that will have to be a 3 star! I sort of found the storyline a bit implausible the Duke and the Housekeeper. I couldn't really buy it. Yes, he had a horrible childhood but even so, I couldn't feel THAT sorry for him. I know this review will be a bit vague. I really enjoyed the previous books in the series. I just checked the next few books and my interest is not piqued as much!! Maybe the author should ha [...]

    19. Julie Garwood, Judith McNaught and Courtney Milan are my default authors for historical romance but seeing how this book got a high number of 5 star reviews, I decided to give it a try. Also, I was intrigued by the hero- or shall we say anti-hero.Sadly, it was a bit of mess and the plot seemed off kilter, as if the author couldn't really commit to making Val a true villain. I thought also that the heroine was mischaracterised, I would have preferred someone with a softer, kinder mien but with an [...]

    20. 4.5 "Fuck the rules" Stars"He was the Duke of Montgomery. He'd successfully blackmailed the king. He was about to blackmail himself a wife. No one loved him. And that was the way he liked it."With her Maiden Lane Series, set in Georgian London, Elizabeth Hoyt has created unforgettable characters and beautiful stories. I have read most of her books and enjoyed her smooth, elegant and sensual writing style. I confess I have a thing for Ms. Hoyt’s bad boys and Valentine Napier, the enigmatic Duke [...]

    21. Although I didn't end up liking this book quite as much as I'd hoped, there were a few things that checked off boxes of what I like in romance.1) No insta-lust. Even from Val's first POV after his and Bridget's first interaction, he isn't thinking about how lush this or that body part is, or where his penis should go. This line of thought happens SO often in romances, both historical and contemporary, and I love that it took him a few interactions to start thinking sexually about her.2) Bridget [...]

    22. 3.5 starsI read this for the Rogue square for Romance Bingo."So you see, I must have more power. It's the only way to survive them."I struggled with my rating for this book because I loved how Hoyt portrayed Val. She provided an understanding for why Val is the way he is, almost excusing it but still kept him the unabashed rogue readers of the series have grown to know and almost against our will, love. Val doesn't really feel shame for his actions because his childhood was all about survival an [...]

    23. Ahhhh an enraged Val(view spoiler)[when he, completly nude, kills the traitorous vallet (hide spoiler)]droooooooling just a moment i have to clean my chin I love that Ms. Hoyt didn't redeem completly Val! He remain basically a wild, cunning, refined, elegant, extravagant, completly outside every usual behaviour. And he remains like that even if Bridget curbs his excesses to almost socially accepted ones. I loved his reasoning. I loved his musings. His et cetera, et cetera!Briefly Val contemplate [...]

    24. Duke of Midnight (book six) has always been my favorite, of this series.Dare I say I have a new favorite?!!??!***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***Duke of Sin by Elizabeth HoytBook Ten of the Maiden Lane seriesPublisher: Grand CentralPublication Date: May 31, 2016Rating: 5 starsSource: eARC from NetGalley***Warning: this is an adult book, and for the eyes of mature readers***Summary (from ):A MAN OF SINDevastatingly handsome. Vain. Unscrupulous. Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery [...]

    25. **5 "I STILL LOVE THIS SERIES" Stars!!**This is the 10th book in the Maiden Lane series. Number 10! So it still comes as a surprise to me when I say this book was pure perfection. It was magnificent! It was incredible! It was fabulous! It was stellar! It just was!! We have been waiting a long time for Valentine Napier, the Duke of Montgomery's story. I believe he's first mentioned in book 2. What I was not expecting was to be completely engrossed in this story.Valentine is a villain. He's a priv [...]

    26. Nope Totally did not work for me.a-1.25-highly-anticipated-book-which-everybody-else-loved-but-i-did-not-starred-read

    27. Valentine, the Duke of Montgomery, is hated and feared because he knows society’s secrets and uses them to blackmail and bully. As the story progresses you see that some of his blackmailing is punishment, just and deserved, for those who would sin with impunity. At first it appears that Val has no conscience, but then you discover something that proves he has a heart, that’s not to say that he didn’t do vile things as well. Bridget has maneuvered herself into Val’s household as his house [...]

    28. Ooooh definitely one of my favorites in this series ♥ So hot and funny!! I swear my cheeks hurt from all the grinning. I adored Bridget and Valentine together!!! I wish this book hadn't ended so soon ♥

    29. 5 Valentine Stars.!!!! Valentine Napier, the Duke of MontgomeryHe is one of the most eccentric, unpredictable, addicting, lovable villain I have ever read about. I was so exited about this book while reading Sweetest Scoundrel . Valentine has been a villain since Phoebe's book and I intended to find out his storyWhat I did not expect was he would be the villian in his own story as well. In the first half I actually was struggling to come to terms with the contradiction in Valentine's personality [...]

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