The Luck of the Devil

The Luck of the Devil When Rowanne Wimberley meets Carey Delverson one of the Delverson Devils at Almack s he is about to join his regiment in the Peninsula Carey s service is grueling and his new sense of responsibili

  • Title: The Luck of the Devil
  • Author: Barbara Metzger
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Rowanne Wimberley meets Carey Delverson, one of the Delverson Devils, at Almack s, he is about to join his regiment in the Peninsula Carey s service is grueling, and his new sense of responsibility makes him offer unsuccessfully for a young relative Rowanne isn t waiting for this devil to capture her, but she s in no hurry to settle for a man she doesn t love RegWhen Rowanne Wimberley meets Carey Delverson, one of the Delverson Devils, at Almack s, he is about to join his regiment in the Peninsula Carey s service is grueling, and his new sense of responsibility makes him offer unsuccessfully for a young relative Rowanne isn t waiting for this devil to capture her, but she s in no hurry to settle for a man she doesn t love Regency Romance by Barbara Metzger originally published by Fawcett

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  • Barbara Metzger

    Barbara Metzger is the author of over three dozen books and a dozen novellas She has also been an editor, a proof reader, a greeting card verse writer, and an artist When not painting, writing romances or reading them, she volunteers at the local library, gardens and goes beach combing and yard saling Her novels, mostly set in Regency era England, have won numerous awards, including the Romance Writers of America RITA, the National Reader s Choice Award, and the Madcap award for humor in romance writing In addition, Barbara has won two Career Achievement Awards from Romantic Times Magazine.Source barbarametzger about_b

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  • For whatever reason, this is my perfect comfort read. It's light and fun, except when it's moving, and it was just what I was in the mood for. I borrowed my battered old copy off Becca but we should probably have a copy each for future comforting.


  • This book had everything I search in Regency romance. Wit, nice love story, funny and likeable characters.Rowanne blinked. What would Gabe do, challenge the ex-officer to a chess match? It was a nice reading. But Something wasn't right. It lacked something, I don't know what. Perhaps Metzger didn't spent enough time making the story the whole. I really can figure out what made this novel not a better piece.




  • Although I liked the characters in this book, they didn't spend all that much time in the same place together. The story follows them over several years which they spend apart, telling their independent storylines with some brief interactions together until near the end. So it was unsatisfying in that regard. My other main quibble is that there were some serious grammatical errors that should never make their way into a well-edited book, particularly dialogue in a historical novel (such as chara [...]


  • a sweet, light story with lots of great characters and lots of references to battles from the peninsula war. she writes so well that i did connect to the characters but one does feel that it could have been so much deeper. her characters are interesting and touch on many issues and emotions, but so lightly as to resemble a farce.


  • I loved Carey as the hero. He was a war hero that didn't have just a minor injury, but had significant injury and the scenes about the war in Spain were interesting and seemed more realistic.Great romance!


  • I don't know what it is, but this one is not nearly as good as the other Metzger novels I've read. There wasn't as much humor and I didn't particularly like or connect to the characters.



  • As delightful on the 20th read as in the first! U think this story and these characters are my favorite of all Barbara Metzger's books.


  • Delightful!Every time I read this, I find it more fun than the last time! It is fun to watch the H and h get in and out of scrapes. I read this about once a year just for fun.


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