Jude Deveraux We meet Gavin Montgomery in Velvet Promise in which he marries, sight Velvet Angel is the final book in the series. Read “Velvet Angel” by Jude Deveraux with Rakuten Kobo. She came to him as a precious gift, a naked angel rolled in a rug. Once he gazed into her green. My favourite romance novels of all time are the four books of Jude Deveraux’s Velvet series: Velvet Promise, Highland Velvet, Velvet Song and.

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How can a woman mask her voice as far as deverax it off as a man’s? Once they get in their 30s I can buy that maybe that type has sown all their wild oats and is ready to settle down, but at 20???

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Emotions are rarely described and dwelt on in great detail. My heart went out to him. I think it was a bit soon to give the guy his HEA, to say the least.

All of them about the 4 brothers and the women they marry. I enjoyed all of them pretty well. While reading each of their books I wanted to bash them with a brick, sure, but taking a step back and really considering their place in this whole saga made me appreciate who they were. Following the publication of anfel first novel, she resigned her teaching position.

But, it picked back up towards the end and I enjoyed the epilogue and the hint of the continued dynasty with Miles’ great grandson in America.

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And her behavior when she tried to distract the old man from looking at Christiana Whooooa! Why, he’d be doing the world a disservice if he wasn’t slinging it out both pants legs. I don’t think I’ve ever rolled my eyes so much during one book.


We discover more about him, and that he actually really loved the women who bore him children. The four brothers have enormous potential for being epic romantic heroes, but that potential isn’t ever fully developed because there are very few quiet times. Three Weeks To Wed. Nov 12, Rebekah rated it did not like it Shelves: Since he was 12, he’s had to provide for his siblings and take on the responsibilities no kid should have ever had to experience yet.

All I know is that I remembered most of the plot, and I still couldn’t put the I first read this book in high school and loved it then. I like the way Jude Deveraux wrote about all of them. Kissed by a Scottish Rogue.

The author is more concerned with just telling the plot, propelling it along and the characters are merely pieces on the board. Deveraux manages to evoke a strong and convincing atmosphere for each of her books, but her dialogue and characters are as familiar as a modern-day soap opera’s.

Yeah it was really annoying when Elizabeth got all accusatory and stubborn and I hated it when Miles gave her the silent treatment but overall this story was good. These women truly challenge the social decorum and hierarchy of their time, making them all the more refreshing and fun to read about.

Vevet was adorable and his interactions with Miles and Elizabeth were sweet. We also get a chance to catch devreaux on Gavin and Judith and Stephen and Bronwyn from the earlier novels. Giving a book one star says a lot for me and I guess I am making a statement.

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I only picked this up because it was available on Overdrive This was OK. The Earl’s New Bride. Judith must come to the jud that not all men aangel abusive, controlling beasts although Gavin does possess quite a temper and Gavin must see the deceptive Alice for what she really is and come to love and trust his bride. I really liked him as the hero. View all 7 comments. She’s pretty mature for 18 and doesn Kinda OT – but I’m beginning to wonder if I don’t automatically give an extra star to anything audio if the narrator is halfway decent.


I want Jude back: I was sick for the whole week between Christmas and New Year.

This is the second worst thing I’ve read from Devereaux. I came up with the theory that they must be that sucky because they really read like a long book chopped in 4 parts. Miles is a unique and driven individual: Sometimes, I forgot she was even pregnant. It robbed him of his childhood.

As in all great reads good triumphs evil! This certainly didn’t do it and really, I’m soured on the author. The hero is a vast improvement from Gavin. Elizabeth was terrified of men because of him, Brian was literally crippled because of him, and Roger was closed-off and bitter due to spending most of his life trying to protect the younger siblings from Edmund’s crazy. Deveraux allowed each of the wives personalities to shine through during this scene. The h, Elizabeth Chatworth, is the sister of the series’ villain, Roger Chatworth.

In this book, along with previous Montgomery books, Roger’s viewed as the bad guy, but there’s a reason for that. He used to tie them up and rape them. She swears worse than a sailor man, she is full of spunk, and sassiness that had me laughing out loud at times.