This short erotic installment in the award-winning Devil DeVere series can stand alone as a complete story, but also serves to bridge The Devil's Match and Jewel of the East (Salime and Simon's story).
In her last month of pregnancy, Diana, Viscountess DeVere, has barely settled into her new life and role as "the devil" DeVere's wife, when her increasingly restless husband receives an urgent summons to London. When Diana inadvertently discovers a message he received from a known courtesan with whom he was formerly linked, she fears her marriage is over before it has begun.
They were barely three months into a marriage that had begun on rather shaky ground. Was it possible that for him, the novelty of it had already worn off? This had always been Diana's greatest fear, for Ludovic was a man with a voracious sensual appetite, one he had honed with years of endless variety and constant, unrestrained indulgence. Diana, on the contrary, had known only one true lover-this same perplexing man who was now her husband-the one who had made her heavy with his child…and now left her alone in a cold bed.
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By Manar A.A.M Badran on 24-06-18
The narrator was awful!
I've enjoyed reading this book in its 3 parts. Today I listened to the third for the first time and didn't like if at all. The narrator ruined it for me.
By ElyLibrarySec on 29-10-15
A Great Addition To The Devil DeVere Series
What made the experience of listening to A Devil's Touch the most enjoyable?
It was knowing what happened to DeVere and Diana after "The Devil's Match". Looking at the cover didn't hurt either.
What was one of the most memorable moments of A Devil's Touch?
It was when DeVere met a special person in his life for the first time.
What does Eva Hathaway bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She has you feeling as if you are listening to the actual person (if they really did exist). If she didn't have a way of changing her voice and adding accents, I don't think the listening experience would be as great as it was.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
It was when DeVere wanted to continue his relations with his wife and asked the advice of a doctor. Not liking the answer he then goes to his friend for advice. How times have changed :)
Any additional comments?
This book was a great way to end this section of the Devil DeVere series. There's a little bit of tension, some jealousy, and ends with a happy ending. Loved it!