TO SAVE THE DEVIL
- Pub. Date: October 2010
- Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
- ISBN-13: 9780425237489
- ISBN: 0425237486
From the Publisher
Ex-spy and former Bow Street Runner Will Jones rescues a beautiful, unsullied virgin from a London brothel, but she is no swooning maiden. Instead, he faces a woman of wit who resists his aid, escapes his protection…and captures his imagination.
SOURCE: THIS BOOK WAS RECEIVED FOR THE PURPOSE OF REVIEW FROM THE PUBLISHER AND DOES NOT EFFECT THIS REVIEW
TO SAVE THE DEVIL by Kate Moore is an exciting historical romance set in 1820 London. It is the second in the “Sons of Sin” series but can be read as a stand alone. The first in the series was “To Tempt A Saint”. This is a series of three brothers whose mother was an infamous London courtesan. She raised them to be gentlemen, although the youngest was kidnapped three years earlier and believed to be dead. The other two brothers are determined to find him, bring him home and find out who is out to kill him. The hero, is about Will, the middle son. Who is an ex-spy, former Bow Street Runner, handsome, tough, and determined. This book has passion, intrigue, romance, family ties, betrayal, truth, secrets,adventure, sweet sensuality,fighting villians, injustices and bringing family together.The heroine, Helen, so she is called, Helen of Troy, is rescued by Will from a brothel, where she is auction as a virgin. She is beautiful, has secrets, looking for letters from her mother from years prior that could destroy her family.She is fiesty, escapes Will’s protection, returns to Will, decides she needs his help and they should become partners.She knows Will is searching for his missing younger brother.Together, they take on the dangerous London streets and fall in love. This is an exciting story of family, and never giving up on lost ones. If you enjoy spies,love, family,fighting injustices, and completion of a family you will enjoy this one. This series is a keeper.This book was received for review from the publisher and details can be found at Berkley Sensation, a division of Penguin Group.
REVIEWED BY: April Renn