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Siege and Storm
Kate Crash, Catherine Hardwicke

The Devil in Winter (Wallflower Series #3)

Devil in Winter - Lisa Kleypas If there's one thing I realize, it's that I don't normally write a review for a typical historical fiction because 1) they all start and end the same, and 2) I'm still going to like it whether or not the characters irate me (sometimes) or it may or may not be written by my favorite historical romance author ( [a:Lisa Kleypas|27847|Lisa Kleypas|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1288899037p2/27847.jpg], [a:Judith McNaught|9885|Judith McNaught|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1246151270p2/9885.jpg], [a:Julia Quinn|63898|Julia Quinn|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1210188891p2/63898.jpg], who else writes a kick-ass HR out there?). The point is, it's Historical Romance. Nobody says no to an heir'd prince or princess, right? My thoughts would be the same as the others which will contain so much gushing and sighing. But in this case, I digress. I Freaking Love Sebastian St. Vincent. After what he'd done in the last book one would think he's not be atoned. But gah, he just completely changed. Reformed from being a notorious rake to a perfect sweetheart. *sigh* Clearly it was an honest mistake that I've read this and only this among others in the series about 2 years ago. I was stupid. No matter, I will still remember how awesome this hero was whether I read it a hundred years ago(completely bluffing now) or just this once. In all honestly, one can never go wrong with Lisa Kleypas' heroes. They just want you to do stupid things and dream about them senseless. (I know I did).SO. If you haven't read a Kleypas book yet, it's not to late to jump in the wagon. It's sure to be a bumpy ride but it's all worthwhile. P.S. First read: August 19,2011xx