REVIEW: Devil’s Pearl ~ Dawn Halliday ~ Ellora’s Cave

Title: Devil’s Pearl
Author: Dawn Halliday
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
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Genre: Regency-set/Historical
Rating: E-rotic
Publication date: August 2007
ISBN: 97814119912092
Length: Novella
Format: eBook

Sir Devlin Vaughn had taken Julia Beaumont’s virginity and she was continuing to give herself to him, but slowly began to realize that their weekly secret meetings were never going to turn into the marriage she wanted. He would always treat her as his mistress and would grow tired of her. She must stop seeing him before she was so in love that he could crush her heart. She had to find a way out of England. Her reputation was ruined, she was essentially a whore, she could not expect to marry well. Her uncle had kicked her out, and she would have to make the best of things on her own. But what would she have to do to survive?

Sir Devlin Vaughn felt betrayed, and he would stop at nothing to have her back. He was not going to let her get away with making a fool out of him.

Emotionally torn characters turn from love because the difference between what they want and what they have is to great. It is the greatest tragedy in life when misunderstanding occur that tear two people apart. If only they had shared their hopes and fears they would not have torn each other apart. A gripping tale of the depths one will go to in order to protect their hearts.

Reviewer: Aris

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