By Johanna Lindsey
Johanna Lindsey offers a gleaming, passionate Regency-era novel within which a stunning yet ruthless gossip meets her fit in a speeding rake who units out to alter her depraved methods. that includes captivating characters from the unforgettable bestseller The Heir, The satan Who Tamed Her is a lively new story concerning the reworking energy of real love.
Ophelia Reid is an incomparable attractiveness with a name for beginning rumors and spreading them. Having purposely wrecked her engagement to Duncan MacTavish, a destiny marquis, which her social-climbing father prepared, Ophelia desires to go back to London's marriage mart and make her personal selection of a prosperous husband. yet on her trip domestic, whatever unforeseen happens....
The inheritor to a dukedom, Raphael Locke, Viscount Lynnfield is -- regardless of his disinterest in marriage -- the main sought-after younger lord in England. He immediately disliked Ophelia whilst she triggered a scandal to prevent marriage to his buddy MacTavish, yet having comforted her in a tearful second, he starts off to wonder whether she's now not all undesirable. So while MacTavish claims that Ophelia seriously is not whatever yet a spiteful attractiveness, Rafe bets his pal that he can flip her right into a kindhearted woman who will at some point make a superb fit, simply now not with him.
together with her mom and dad' blessing, Rafe commandeers Ophelia's trainer and whisks her -- chaperoned, in fact -- to his distant property within the nation-state. There, as he attempts to teach his livid, sharp-tongued "guest" the mistake of her methods, he discovers the marvelous purposes for her undesirable habit. quickly his day-by-day classes with Ophelia take impact and he reveals himself irresistibly interested in her. while Rafe champions the recent and enhanced Ophelia's re-entry to London society, marriage proposals pour in. simply then does Rafe begin to wonder if he hasn't long gone and fallen in love with Ophelia himself.
Wondrously romantic, passionate, and delightfully funny, The satan Who Tamed Her is facts optimistic why Johanna Lindsey is likely one of the most generally learn and best-loved authors of our time.