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 devil who tamed her
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I particularly liked this because too often I find myself aware I’m reading a novel rather than engrossed in the story because of the writing elements. After Rafe absconds Ophelia away to his grandfather’s secluded estate, he goes about trying to get Ophelia to confess all the bad things she’s done gossip, lies, etc only to discover she’s not really the shrew everyone believes her to be. Deviil enter the message. Rafe, however, claims he’s not ready to marry yet and Ophelia says she will never consider Rafe as a husband because of how much her father would love to have a future duke as a son-in-law.
Even ickier when said banging is presented dveil kind ths therapy–it’s an outlet for her passions so she doesn’t have to have such a temper.
I felt it lacked the author’s typical trademark passion and entertaining writing. Not said if he slept with anyone else after meeting her, she is a ,indsey hide spoiler ] 3.
Ophelia is actually grateful for Rafe’s help and considers him a friend and maybe moreuntil she discovers the bet between Duncan and Rafe.
Rafe sneakily takes her to his own remote estate and begins to discover the tsmed In this entertaining reshaping of the Taming of the Shrew, we meet Ophelia, a beautiful woman of a sharp and gossipy nature, just as she breaks off her engagement to Duncan MacTavish.
He kidnapped Ophelia in order to “change” her because of a bet made with his best friend. Lindsey is able to bring together two most interesting characters who have so much to give to the other that it creates so much conflict and passion between the two of them. View all 5 comments. En el libro pasado uno odia a Ophelia y ama Raphael, por divertido e inteligente, en este hay momentos en que pasa lo contrario.
The Devil Who Tamed Her (Reid Family, #2) by Johanna Lindsey
When everyone realizes the “new” Ophelia, they’re shocked at her turnabout, even when she finds out she’s pregnant and gets hit by a carriage.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. In this entertaining reshaping of the Taming of the Shrew, we meet Ophelia, a beautiful woman revil a sharp and gossipy nature, just as she breaks off her engagement to Duncan MacTavish.
Even when Ophelia challenges Rafe to marriage and eventually gets it, both are still unwilling to reveal their feelings for each other. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.
Sep 29, Sue Lyndon rated it it was amazing Lindsfy To view it, click here. I couldn’t put the book down at some parts! You already recently rated this item. Therefore, the lower rating.
The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. His plan to improve Ophelia for everyone else’s sake because he’s into helping und Eh. Only then does Rafe realize that he has fallen for Ophelia himself. 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 lindsej.
User lists with this item 3 Things I Own 8 items by mesiblaze updated He understands her better. Only then does Rafe start to wonder whether he hasn’t gone and fallen in love with Ophelia himself. LibraryThing recommendations and tag cloud. While it’s a nice break from the wallflower, it does get a bit out of hand.