In the prologue to Gaelen Foley’s latest novel, Devil Takes A Bride, we see a woman flying for her life. Her pursuers are members of a. Celebrated storyteller Gaelen Foley brings her craft to new heights with Devil Takes a Bride, the seductive tale of a man bent on revenge and the beauty. Devil Takes A Bride is the latest installment in the Knight family saga by Gaelen Foley. Characters from the earlier novels play a supporting role in this one.

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Gaelen Foley has done it again, with yet another engrossing installment in the Knight Miscellany series. I appreciated that she wasn’t wooed by money and didn’t fall for the rakes platitudes spouted by unrel I liked this book, but I doubt I’d ever reread it and I did think it too long.

Devil Takes a Bride

From the Paperback edition. View all 3 comments. Lizzie got mad at Devlin, but she did xevil allow him to explain. Their love is all consuming and Dev and Lizzie are perfectly matched in every way.

What started out for him as a simple ‘seduction’ game turned into something much more real and has him scared yet in awe of what she is to him gawlen he goes through the greatest lengths to put her first and protect her.

Where do I start? Their attraction to each other grows as they spend time together, but Devlin leaves Lizzie and his aunt to return to his quest for vengeance. There was nothing special about it.

European Historical Romance Review Tags: A scene that stood out was thoroughly ridiculous ‘bride abduction’ mini chapter thing!!!!! She bursts into Devlin’s life, and he just doesn’t have a chance in the world!


I adored Aunt Augusta, a bit of a bluestocking in her own right, who was tough-minded enough to have made her way in life quite nicely after the death of her husband, and yet still roley the sun rose and shone with her rbide nephew, Devlin. He shouldn’t have been grieving for his loss 12 years ago, when he knew Lizzie was in danger now. This book is chalk-full of surprises which is something I generally love to discover while reading.


I have to be honest, I was beginning to question Gaelen Foley after her last installment Lady of Desire which I did not care for at all, but boy did she redeem herself with this one! Until reading her book, I don’t think I would have guessed the kind of passionate spirit Lizzie had within her. Devlin’s layers were slowly peeled back, as were hers, and they just brought out the best in each other!

Another four and a half star read from The Knights Miscellany series. When the prodigal tragic backstory son 1 who wants to take revenge on the club of evil who murdered his family 2 by becoming ‘evil’ and infiltrating them from the inside 3 is forced by the will of a crotchety old woman on her deathbed 4 to marry the impoverished, genteel, bluestocking companion 5 turned schoolmistress of a finishing school 6 whom he slept with takees who also used to be in love with a close friend of txkes prodigal son 8a currently reformed gambler 9 stuck with a sleazy partner out of a necessity for money Click here to learn more about this month’s sponsor!

Both of them have been outsiders looking in, desperately wanting to find bried they belong. Lizzie is heartbroken in the previous book when her childhood crush Alec decides to become a gigolo to a rich woman to pay off his gambling debts. Mary Btide actually surviving a fatal gunshot and then falling for Ben was also a bit on the cheesy side, not to mention contrived and incongruous.

As is the case in the series they get hot Lizzie is heartbroken in the previous book when her childhood crush Alec decides to become a gigolo to a rich woman to pay off his gambling debts.


She was the only one who stood up to Devlin and rbide him on gaeleb negligent behavior towards his aunt. Aunt Augusta dies, and it seems that before she passed away she observed the chemistry between Lizzie and Devlin.

There was nothing caricature-like about these three. Lizzie is determined to get over her heart break and boldly declares that she is a on the shelf spinster much to the cringe of renowned match maker, Lady Augusta.

This was to save the lives of Ginny and Scorcia. I’m being quite gracious and giving this an actual rating of 1. I was so excited every time they were together because while he was a nice guy, he was still a scoundrel!

Can Lizzie believe gaelej this time her heart is not in danger of being broken again, and will Devlin choose love or vengeance? There are also shades of gray in the “bad” characters, they aren’t completely evil for the sake of evil, and Quentin, “Damage” Randall, Carstairs, and Sir Torquil “Blood” Staines all exhibit very interesting characterizations for baddies as a result.

Devlin smiling at Lizzie’s antics.

A Journal Of My Reviews: Devil Takes a Bride, by Gaelen Foley [3]

I simply couldn’t tear myself away and I really didn’t want to. Books of the Week. I like that Foley addressed that Lizzie and Devlin were both people dfvil were terrified of love because they were terrified of loss.

I thought Devlin and Lizzie made a wonderful couple. Mass Market Paperbackpages. Trivia About Devil Takes a Bri Naturally I couldn’t put this book down because of that. And I love and I mean love Devlin.