Pride And Pleasure by Sylvia DayPride And Pleasure by Sylvia Day

Pride And Pleasure

bySylvia Day

Paperback | May 28, 2013

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He wears a mask . . . and he is following her. Staring at her like no other man since Colin. But Colin is dead and Amelia believes she will never again shiver with pleasure, never again sigh his name.


Until her masked pursuer lures her into a moonlit garden and a single, reckless kiss. Now she is obsessed with discovering his identity. Perfectly attuned to his every desire, his every thought, she will not stop until she knows his every secret.

"When it comes to brewing up scorchingly hot sexual chemistry, Day has few literary rivals, and her latest, impeccably crafted Regency historical is a flawless blend of captivating characters, clever plotting, and searing sensuality." —Booklist

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Bared to You obliterates the competition . . . unique and unforgettable.” —Joyfully Reviewed

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“Boldly passionate, scorchingly sexy.” —Booklist on The Stranger I Married
Sylvia Day is the #1 New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of over twenty award-winning novels sold in more than 40 countries. She is a #1 bestselling author in 25 countries, with tens of millions of copies of her books in print. Her Crossfire series has been optioned for television by Lionsgate. Visit Sylvia at www.Sy...
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Title:Pride And PleasureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8.25 × 5.51 × 0.8 inPublished:May 28, 2013Publisher:KensingtonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0758293607

ISBN - 13:9780758293602

Customer Reviews of Pride And Pleasure


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not as good as 50 shades... I read this after reading the 50 shades series and craving for some more of that type of book! So was recommended Sylvia Day. I really had to force myself to read it.
Date published: 2017-08-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mildly entertaining This book was not part of the Georgian series that I had earlier read and been somewhat entertained by, but I did note at least one overlapping peripheral character and certainly the time period is similar. I did enjoy this book. The romance, when it finally came time for romance was steamy but not too hot. The mystery portion of the story was a bit disjointed and incomplete, but that's not a reason to recommend against this book. The characters were likeable. The story (blessedly) lacked the push/pull, misunderstanding, division and reunion of most predictable romance novels, which was a plus as well.
Date published: 2014-06-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good, Not Great. As some of you might know I'm a huge Sylvia Day fan so when I saw my library had this one I knew I had to give it a try. I have read another one of her historical romances last year and it turned out to be one of my favourite reads of last year so I went into reading Pride & Pleasure with high expectations that unfortunately were not met. While I liked the plot of Pride and Pleasure quite a bit the way that the story was told, as well as the characters just didn't jive with me well at all. I was happy to see that Sylvia Day created a smart, and strong willed heroine that was unwilling to be pushed around by anyone I just couldn't connect to Eliza's character. She was far too hard and aloof so I was completely unable to connect with her. She just seemed so harsh and didn't endear me at all because of the aloofness. Even when it came to the love she had for Jasper she wasn't sweet or tender at all. She was like Ice through out the whole novel and I didn't think she nor any of the other characters were very well developed. Jasper, despite being a handsome and charming fellow who makes his money doing some underhanded things and being rich wasn't all that likable of a hero either. I will admit that I did like the role he played in investigating the circumstances behind the attempts on Eliza's life I didn't feel anything for him. He was rather bland and didn't seem as smart as he appeared to be and I thought he was cliché. As I said I did like the plot of the story for the most part. I liked that there was a mystery to solve because certain unscrupulous people were making attempts on Eliza's life to pressure her into marrying someone for safety so they would have access to her wealth. There were times when I thought I figured out who the bad guy was but when the people responsible were finally revealed near the end of the book I was taken by surprise. However, when it came to the pace of the story I thought the whole book kind of dragged for me and there seemed to be a few plot holes that never made sense to me and I didn't really get why they were added in. The romance between Eliza and Jasper was probably the biggest disappointment for me. I'm used to Sylvia Day offering up a tension filled spicy romance and I felt as though the romance between the two main characters in this one just lacked all of that. I was hoping that there would be a lot of passion between the pages of Pride and Pleasure but it seemed as though the romance was very bland and lackluster. Despite not believing in the romance and wishing the characters had more substance I did like certain aspects of the story enough for Pride & Pleasure that in the end I didn't end up loving it but I did end up liking it. I'm glad I gave it a try and I think that this is just a book that didn't meet all my expectations. I would recommend this to other fans of Sylvia Day and fans of historical romance because it was a very quick read and it was fun enough that I spent an afternoon immersed in the book. I think it would be a good introduction to the authors writing for people who haven't read her books before.
Date published: 2013-04-15