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Devil in the Dark (Candleglow)
Devil in the Dark - Candleglow
Author: Evelyn Rogers
He rode out of the Yorkshire mist, a dark figure on a dark horse. Was he a living man or a nightmare vision, conjured up by her fearful imagination and her uncertain future? — Voices swirled in her head: — They say he's more than human. — A man's life is in danger when he's around... — And a woman's virtue. — Repelled yet fascinated, Lucinda found he...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780505524072
ISBN-10: 0505524074
Publication Date: 1/2001
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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FriscoOBX avatar reviewed Devil in the Dark (Candleglow) on + 601 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I thought this story was well written. I also thought the storyline very creative.
Lenore avatar reviewed Devil in the Dark (Candleglow) on + 190 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Well done dialogue, unusual in that it is perhaps a bit formal. The only thing that was a little weird was that I don't think the author made it clear why the heroine would fall in love with the hero. He is surly and mysterious, giving cryptic warnings and advice - but its not as though they have any major discussions or soul baring revelations....we, the reader, barely know the hero, so how can she love a man she doesn't know?

We find out at the end the answer to "the mystery" but still -
reviewed Devil in the Dark (Candleglow) on + 74 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Great book, and for me to like these kinds of romances the author has to be good, like Anne Stuart, Rosemary Rodgers or older authors like Anya Seton. The writing is more simple, but this novel has a good plot and a great dark hero.
reviewed Devil in the Dark (Candleglow) on + 3389 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Gothic style, it ranks up there with such classics as Rebecca and Jane Eyre. It is superbly written! The storyline is filled with twists and turns. As the reader, you never quite figure out who is the evil one. The element of suspense and yes, the menace, keep you on your toes.
Gideon Blackthorn known as the Devil Duke of Ravenswood, rides out of the Yorkshire mists. Upon a dark horse with his black cape whipping behind him, he encounters Lucinda Fairfax. As her gaze is snared by his black eyes, she instinctively knows that her life will never be the same. And it isn't. Even while she is given warnings to stay away, Lucina is drawn into Gideon's world. A world filled with shadows, secrets and menace.

Gideon tries to stay away from Lucina but he is helplessly drawn to her like a moth is to a flame. He is so afraid his darkness will taint her - will harm her. For he has harbored a terrible secret that is slowly eating away at the very core of him. His soul . . .
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Helpful Score: 1
very good
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reviewed Devil in the Dark (Candleglow) on + 12 more book reviews
I loved this book.A definite recommend!
reviewed Devil in the Dark (Candleglow) on + 102 more book reviews
A man who is two parts. Which one should she trust. Was he her lover or was he her
death. How could she know the difference?
LadyVampire avatar reviewed Devil in the Dark (Candleglow) on + 87 more book reviews
If your fascinated by dark, mysterious and dangerous men who sweep women off their feet..then this book is for you. Lucinda is new to the area but ancounters the Devil in the Dark also know as Gideon and is immediately attracted to him. He is tormented and denied by himself and others. He tries to fight his growing affections for Lucinda but in the end, its a battle doomed to fail. Now its up to Lucinda to learn Gideons dark secret before whatever evil that haunts his past catches up to her.


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