Review: Devil’s Bride

Review: Devil’s BrideDevil's Bride (Cynster, #1) by Stephanie Laurens
Published by HarperCollins e-books on March 17, 2009
Genres: Historical
Pages: 416

Fantastic Romance, Loved The Hero

DEVIL’S BRIDE is the first book in the Cynster series. It is the story of Sylvester “Devil” Cynster, the Duke of Ives and Honoria Anstruther-Wetherby. The two meet by accident when Honoria stops to aid a wounded man. When the Devil Cynster himself stops as well, the two end up spending the night together with the dying man. Devil quickly identifies Honoria as his future Duchess. Honoria has no intention of submitting to Devil’s plan. There is also a mystery of who killed the man that brought Honoria and Devil together.

I absolutely love this book. Devil and the Bar Cynster are an amazing group of men (and the subject of further books in the series). Laurens has an incredible ability of creating autocratic, hard headed men who are matched by strong willed women. What I loved about Devil is that he is challenged by Honoria and yet does not want to crush her spirit. Instead, he appreciates her qualities and sees her as a match, even as he is frustrated by his ability to control her.

The relationship between Devil and Honoria is funny and hot. The two strike sparks off of one another from the start and In love how they perfectly match one another.

This is one of my all-time favorite books.


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