Book Review: Loving Lady Lazuli by Shehanne Moore

Carolee Croft

You would think that an English duke wouldn’t get in trouble after a mysterious woman kisses him and plants the family jewels (no pun intended), which she had just stolen, in his pocket. But unfortunately, Devorlane Hawley is the black sheep of the family, and his father assumes he is guilty and ships him off to the army.

Devorlane has never forgiven that thief. And he’s never forgotten that kiss.

dev and saff new meme.pnglovingladylazuli_byshehannemoore-printmasterOn his return from the wars, whom does he see at his homecoming soiree but that very same thief? And how is he going to exact his revenge if all he wants to do is resume that kiss from ten years ago?

Loving Lady Lazuli is such a passionate novel. I really enjoyed how the fine line between anger and sexual tension played out between Devorlane, who is madly attracted to the woman who ruined his life and Cassidy, aka Sapphire…

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