The Devil Who Tamed Her . Johanna Lindsey Having purposefully wrecked her carefully arranged marriage to an utterly suitable marquis. The Devil Who Tamed Her By Johanna Lindsey – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Get this from a library! The devil who tamed her. [Johanna Lindsey] — Ophelia Reid has a reputation for being difficult. She purposely ruins her arranged.
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The “help” comes off sounding quite a lot like sessions with a shrink, so it’s kind of icky when, inevitably, he can’t help himself and has to bang this gorgeous babe. Nov 19, Amy rated it really liked it Shelves: I found this book rather tedious and almost put it down several times. I read the Heir about 4 or 5 months ago and didn’t realize it hee Ms.
Regency England, I guess.
The Devil Who Tamed Her
The story takes up at the same house party that Rafe and Ophelia met and to my way of thinking The passion between the protagonists never seemed to surpass anything beyond lukewarm. The story line had just the right amount lindwey drama, romance, tragedy, and humor.
I personally like Johanna Lindsey’s writing style. As her demeanour softens, the marriage proposals flock in, but has Rafe gone and fallen for her himself?
There, as he tries to show his furious, sharp-tongued “guest” the error of her ways, he discovers the surprising reasons for her bad behavior. What will change her mischievous ways: No trivia or quizzes yet. The plot was crystal clear and see through, utterly boring because it wasn’t supported; the characters stupid, johana, and dead; and to add insult to injury, she wrote the characters speach in some kind of butchered english accent instead of trusting that we can fill that in for ourselves.
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Audible Aug Brilliance Audio. I expected a bit more excitement in the whole story and was a bit disappointed when there wasn’t much.
The Devil Who Tamed Her by Johanna Lindsey – FictionDB
She is bitter because she feels that people only act like her friends because of her looks. I really did like how it was explained why Ophelia became the way she was and it was quite enjoyable reading them fall I’ve been a very avid reader of Johanna Lindsey’s books ever since my mom told me “A Pirate’s Love” ddvil a bedtime story. I’ve been tamwd very avid hr of Johanna Lindsey’s books ever since my mom told me “A Pirate’s Love” as a bedtime story.
He kidnapped Ophelia in order to “change” her because of a bet made with his best friend. Turns out Ophelia has her reasons for her behavior, and she’s not really as nasty as people think, just acts that way as a defense. She appears to be a rumourmonger and is, by her own admission, impatient, tells lies when it suits her and has difficulty controlling her temper.
Th Ophelia Reid is an incomparable beauty with a reputation for starting rumors and spreading them.
And I liked how they “warmed up” in one scene LOL. Ophelia is known for being a gossip and a shrew, so Duncan and Rafe make a bet that Rafe can’t teach her the error of her ways. And I personally did not like their individual characteristics much.
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Romance novels don’t have to be the best plot driven things. It fascinated me, how her true character was revealed in layers, her actions justified but not de “The Devil Who Tamed Her” is the story of Ophelia and Raphael.
I just don’ This is really 3. BUT one day I was in the book store looking for a Johanna Lindsey book that I hadn’t yet read and this was the only one on the shelf at the time, so I decided to give it a try anyway.
The devil who tamed her
The characters are all hollow and lifeless, which makes the plot – character driven as it is – even worse off then the characters. Didn’t think there was a chance that Johanna Lindsey would be able to redeem Ophelia into a heroine that I would care for after her stunts in “The Heir” but I’m thrilled to be shown differently.
His plan to improve Ophelia for everyone else’s sake because he’s into helping und Eh. The story revolves around Ophe I’ve read many Johanna Lindsey books most of which I’ve lovedbut I wasn’t initially planning on reading The Devil Who Tamed Her because I’d heard from a few friends that the characters in it are very unlikeable. Jun 26, Rachel Rogers rated it it was ok. But still the story folds together well, and realistically for the culture. I love this book!!
May 26, Heather Marshburn rated it did not like it. He was so holier-than-thou and would bring out a literal list of her shortcomings to go through with her. During her time alone with Rafe, they both become attracted to one another and end up making love.