The Devil in Her Bed
Devil You Know Book 3
“I want you. I’ve always wanted you…Whatever souls are made of, yours and mine are the same…”
Francesca Cavendish, Countess of Mont Claire, has been plotting her revenge against those that killed her friends, her family, and her first love. The secrets of the Crimson Council are about to come to light, and Francesca will finally have her vengeance. But there is just one snag to her plan…the Devil of Dorset also has plans of his own to bring the Crimson Council to their knees, and he’s not about to let Francesca deter him off course…even if she is the one person he’s loved above all others and perhaps the only being that could be the balm to soothe his darkened soul. But when lies and truths start blurring together and secrets long thought buried are dug up, Francesca and her Devil will have to come to terms with their past if they want any chance of a future…
The Devil in her Bed is the conclusion to the Red Rogues trilogy. Yes, yes, I understand it’s the Devil you Know series, but I prefer to think of these stories as three friends that forged a bond so strong it allowed them to defy all odds in order to find their happily ever after. Alex’s story was my fav and if you’ve not read, go forth and one click! While I loved Francesca’s badass persona, I found myself a little disappointed in her hero.
Personally, I was having a hard time with Chandler’s character throughout the book. At times he acted like a petulant child having a temper tantrum when things were not going his way, and it felt as if he was always trying to put Francesca in “time out”. And when her secret is revealed, he completely goes off the deep end, and if I was her, I’d have kicked his butt to the curb. Bye, bye, bye! But, that’s me…
Byrne’s romances are always a must-read, and while this wasn’t my fav, it was still a satisfying tale filled with intrigue, vengeance, and passion. Would recommend to fans of this genre!
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**I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received via NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own. **
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