Jude Deveraux We meet Gavin Montgomery in Velvet Promise in which he marries, sight Velvet Angel is the final book in the series. Read “Velvet Angel” by Jude Deveraux with Rakuten Kobo. She came to him as a precious gift, a naked angel rolled in a rug. Once he gazed into her green. My favourite romance novels of all time are the four books of Jude Deveraux’s Velvet series: Velvet Promise, Highland Velvet, Velvet Song and.
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I enjoyed seeing previous characters come back. May 23, Tracy rated it liked it.
I did already post a review for the first book so this will focus mainly on the last three. D of experience and romance novels under the belt.
If you hated the first one then the rest will probably not be your cup of tea, even if the heroes do improve from the douchenuggetry that was Gavin Montgomery. Anybody know where to access Jude deveraux in ebook? Would you like us to take another look at this review?
Jan 22, Bonnie rated it did not like it. It felt very inorganic and left a sour taste in my mouth. Scotsman of My Dreams. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. But at times it still felt like a chore to read this novel. He used to tie them up and rape them. But like the Outlander series, I won’t be reading more of this quadrilogy, and I will admit that I skipped a lot of the last third of this book.
Which brings me to my last point, the sentence structure. And as a man who could not tolerate any abuse towards women, let alone his only sister, I could not see him forgetting and forgiving this so quickly!
I read it in one session.
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The Scent of Jasmine. The ending was cute, with the women saving the day and showing just how courageous they are. Still in a book after original print date of I would have been more than deverakx for the storyline to continue in the “serious” manner angell was written before, without the overly dramatic actions of the last part. However, as much as I wanted to like this book, it just wasn’t one of Deveraux’s finest work.
Please review your cart. Miles was my least favorite Montgomery brother in the earlier books because of his penchant to, uh, sleep around. I first read this book in high school and loved it then.
Moonlight in the Morning. From all the bits and pieces we get to learn about Roger, he deserved soooo much more!
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This saga is composed of 4 books corresponding to four different brothers, all knights of the realm of king Henry VII in Medieval England. But, it picked back up towards the end and I enjoyed the epilogue and the hint of the continued dynasty with Miles’ great grandson in America. The Highlander Who Loved Me. I’m suddenly regretting having bought so many of her books. Ironically, I had hoped we’d have a redemption storyline and now I’m whining about the fact that we did.
Velvet Angel is the final book in the series. Deveraux manages to evoke a strong angwl convincing atmosphere for each of her books, but her dialogue and characters are as familiar as a modern-day soap opera’s. For years, she worked as 5th-grade teacher. This book was quicker and enjoyable enough to keep me glued to the pages.
Judith is the daughter of an abusive and powerful earl who sees this marriage as his way to continue the family line.
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Lady With A Black Umbrella. Jude married Claude White, who she later divorced in I typically prefer late 18th century onward, but I did enjoy this mini trip to the further past. Deverakx it was written well and if adventuring in 16th century England and Scotland were more my thing, then I would be more inclined to read the 3 preceding novels.
I’m relieved Jude Deveraux provided us with a book that was short, straight to the point, and we get introduce to the characters right away. Lord Miles tries to tear down the walls around Elizabeths heart and get her to trust him and velvte him. Compared to the other books in this series, I really liked this one.