Darius: Lord of Pleasures by Grace Burrowes

Darius: Lord of Pleasures

byGrace Burrowes

Kobo ebook | April 2, 2013

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A story that breaks all the rules...

Darius is a gripping and remarkable tale of desperation, devotion, and redemption from award-winning New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Grace Burrowes. Her gorgeous writing and lush Regency world will stay with you long after you turn the final page...

With his beloved sister tainted by scandal, his widowed brother shattered by grief , and his funds cut off, Darius Lindsey sees no option but to sell himself—body and soul. Until the day he encounters lovely, beguiling Lady Vivian Longstreet, whose tenderness and understanding wrap his soul in a grace he knows he'll never deserve...

The Lonely Lords series:
Darius (Book 1)
Beckman (Book 2)
Ethan (Book 3)
Nicholas (Book 4)
Gabriel (Book 5)
Gareth (Book 6)
Andrew (Book 7)
Douglas (Book 8)
David (Book 9)

"Grace Burrowes's writing is comfort food for the romantic soul."—Yankee Romance Reviews

"Burrowes creates memorable heroes...intelligent, sensual love stories show us this author knows what romance readers adore."—RT Book Reviews

Title:Darius: Lord of PleasuresFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 2, 2013Publisher:SourcebooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1402278527

ISBN - 13:9781402278525

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Engaging - encouraging Sensitive story on the impact of commercialization o fsex and marriage in regency. Excellent depictions of both male and female characters and their social supports-contexts.
Date published: 2015-01-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from darius... Darius was consistently undecided. He mooned and pined, as did Vivian, but they kept purposefully bumping into each other, while one or the other proclaimed they could never be together. See, we know they'll get their HEA, but if the dilemmas are hackneyed - esp if they are self-imposed via poor logic, or the so-called villian is weak and easily polished off - the story is flat and empty.
Date published: 2014-01-29