My Ruthless Prince

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My Ruthless Prince

Inferno Club

My Ruthless Prince is the latest installment of the Inferno Club novels. In order to truly understand the background of this book and the characters I believe it's important to read the earlier novels. There is some background in this book, but having read the earlier books, I believe it made the story much richer. That said, Gaelen Foley has once again delivered a mesmerizing tale of betrayal and romantic suspense in historical circumstances. The battle between good and evil is outlined between the major characters and many of the secondary characters leaving the reader on tenterhooks as to whether the hero can be saved or not.

The romance between Drake and Emily is top notch and when times seem dark between the character his honorability toward Emily serves as a guiding light to the future. The characters are well defined and very likeable. Even when Drake seems to be at his most ruthless, the reader can't help but can't like him. Fans of the series will enjoy this latest installment in the Inferno Club. Emily is a wonderful heroine, definitely not the usual fare and she shines throughout this book.

* This book was received via NetGalley

Book Blurb for My Ruthless Prince

The Inferno Club: To London Society, they’re notorious for their scandalous pursuits. In private, these warriors would risk their lives for king and country.

His brother warriors fear the Earl of Westwood has turned traitor, but Emily Harper knows this is impossible for the man she has loved since childhood . . . as impossible as a marriage between them could ever be—she, the gamekeeper’s daughter and he, a bold and adventurous nobleman.

Driven by hatred and revenge, Westwood is playing a deadly game of deception, bent on destroying the enemy’s dark conspiracy from the inside, and he’s furious when Emily plunges herself into danger for his sake. Forced into close quarters, their long-suppressed desire explodes into all-consuming passion.

Emily knows her love can save him . . . but Westwood is a man who doesn’t want to be saved.

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2011 4.00