Reader Review: I have to disagree with other reviews, because in my opinion this is the best book of the series. I loved Madeline and James and how they can't realize if they are in love or despise each other. I loved the book and re-read it several times. I can't help but definitely advise it!
BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Mary Balogh's The Secret Mistress.
Sensual. Seductive. Emotional. No one stirs the heart and imagination like Mary Balogh. In this classic novel, the New York Times bestselling author weaves a spellbinding tale of two people haunted by desire, unable to resist the love that has become their most passionate obsession.…
When James Purnell walks into the London drawing room and sees Lady Madeline Raine, time stops. Once she had been his for the taking. Now she is an aloof, beautiful stranger, determined to keep the devilishly handsome nobleman from seducing her again. But after four years apart, desire reignites—swift, hot, irresistible—culminating in a night of reckless lovemaking. Suddenly Madeline is faced with an unbearable choice: marry with no hope of love or risk certain ruin. Her decision will have consequences she never imagined, as she makes a shocking discovery about the man she secretly loves. What she doesn’t know is how far James will go to right the wrongs of the past—and how much he’s willing to risk for the woman who already owns him…body, heart, and soul.
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|Title of eBook: The Devil's Web||Series: Web, , #4|
|Release Date: 12-26-2007|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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The Devil's Web
The cliffs of the south coast of England were visible to larboard, the morning mists having lifted, though the clouds still hung low and heavy and the sea was slate gray and heaving. The Adeona, one of the ships belonging to the North West Company of Canada, was bringing furs to the auction markets of London.
The cliffs of England. Of home.
A clerk of the company, one of those whose task it was to accompany the furs across the Atlantic and to transact the company's business in London, stood at the rail of the ship, one arm propping him against it, the other hand clinging to a taut rope attached to the rigging, his feet planted firmly apart for better balance, and tested the thought in his mind.
Soon he would set his feet again on his native soil, the very soil he had shaken from them four years before without a moment's hesitation. As he had once said to someone in England, though he did not care to remember whom, he had liked the sight of the sea because it represented his escape from England. And he had escaped.
But she had said that perhaps it was from himself he wished to escape and that it could not be done. For wherever he went, however far he ran, he must inevitably take himself along too.
She had been right. He had taken himself to Canada-to Lower Canada to be precise, to Montreal. And since that had not by any means been far enough, then he had become a clerk with the North West Company, a group of merchants and traders in furs, and had taken himself off with a canoe brigade beyond Lower Canada, even beyond the limits of Upper Canada, beyond the limits of civilization.
Three thousand miles beyond Mon
Title: The Devil's Web
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 3 Rating(s) 3 Review(s)
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I loved this trilogy by Mary Balogh, especially th
May 20, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from plymouth, GB
I loved this trilogy by Mary Balogh, especially this one. I loved the characters and really felt I knew them. The siblings showed real love and understanding to one another. As always with her romances unputdownable!
Compared to the other two books in the series, thi
April 8, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from New York, NY US
Compared to the other two books in the series, this book is a little bit of a disappointment. It's not as well written or developed as the Gilded Web or Web of love. Balogh was very confusing with the development of the characters.
One of my favourite romance historical books
May 14, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Italy
I have to disagree with other reviews, because in my opinion this is the best book of the series. I loved Madeline and James and how they can't realize if they are in love or despise each other.
I loved the book and re-read it several times. I can't help but definitely advise it!
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