The Devil Who Tamed Her . Johanna Lindsey Having purposefully wrecked her carefully arranged marriage to an utterly suitable marquis. The Devil Who Tamed Her By Johanna Lindsey – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Get this from a library! The devil who tamed her. [Johanna Lindsey] — Ophelia Reid has a reputation for being difficult. She purposely ruins her arranged.

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The plot was crystal clear and see through, utterly boring because it wasn’t supported; the characters stupid, dull, and dead; and to add insult to injury, she wrote the characters speach in some kind of butchered english accent instead of trusting that we can fill that in for ourselves.

Hardcoverpages. He kidnapped Ophelia in order to “change” her because of a bet made with his best friend. Soon his daily lessons with Ophelia take effect and he finds himself lundsey attracted to her.

Jun 19, Elle rated it liked it Shelves: So when MacTavish claims that Ophelia will never be anything but a spiteful beauty, Rafe bets his friend that he can turn her into a kindhearted lady who will one day make a good match, just not with him. I liked the cover and was enthralled by it because it was written by Johanna Lindsey.

She feels incredibly betrayed and tries her best to convince Rafe that he never helped her at all. Rafe sneakily takes her to his own remote estate and begins to discover the reasons for lindsdy attitude and sharp tongue.

Johsnna female protagonist coached by a lord Possible Regency Era Romance.

Men flock to her and praise her beauty but see nothing else, and women surround her to try to take advantage of her popularity. Want to Read saving…. I thought this was a nice quick easy read. But there are many hindrances to their blooming comfort- Ophelia hides behind a hellish mask whenever she is angry, and Raphael has not yet revealed the whole truth to her. There isn’t a single character at any point in the book who disagrees.


Raphael on the other hand starts as a charming rake, but as the book progresses becomes more and more short tempered and impulsive, until we reach the dramatic climax.

The Devil Who Tamed Her (Reid Family, #2) by Johanna Lindsey

You may send this item to up to five recipients. Pocket books hardcover ed View all editions and formats Summary: En el libro pasado uno odia a Ophelia y ama Raphael, por divertido e inteligente, en este hay momentos en que pasa lo contrario. The ex says she’ll never change, Rafe takes Setting: I read the Heir about 4 or 5 months ago and didn’t realize it to Ms.

I haven’t read “The Heir” yet so I wasn’t able to meet Ophelia’s character from before. Good thing though because at least this is not my most disliked book by Johanna Lindsey.

The author made no attempt to breath any life into these characters.

Lindsey is able to bring together two most interesting characters who have so much to give to the other that it creates so much conflict and passion between the two of jouanna. If she’s a best seller, then this can’t be more then a “need to fulfil a contract” book and nothing else.

And I liked how they “warmed up” in one scene LOL. Fiction, Internet resource Document Type: Even ickier when said banging is presented as kind of therapy–it’s an outlet for her passions so she doesn’t have to have such a temper.

The devil who tamed her

Read this one sooooo long ago, but remembered it had been a favorite. The story revolves around Ophe I’ve read many Johanna Lindsey books most of which I’ve lovedbut I wasn’t initially planning on reading The Devil Who Tamed Her because I’d heard from a few friends that the characters in it are very unlikeable.

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Oh Lordy, this has to be one of the worst Romance books I’ve read. Couldn’t even get thru two chapters. Whisking her to his country estate, Rafe shows his furious, sharp-tongued “guest” the error of her ways and discovers the surprising reasons for her bad behavior.

What will change her mischievous ways: Kidnapping and whisking her away to a remote countryside, he plans to make her realize her misdeeds, but what he does not count is the growing attraction to her, and as he sees the real Ophelia emerging, he starts falling for her.

She’s taken to being a prime beyotch just to give herself some distance. Feb 17, Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: I really did like how it was explained why Ophelia became the way she was and it was quite enjoyable reading them falling in love with each other.

Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. I’ve been a very avid reader of Johanna Lindsey’s books ever since my mom told me “A Pirate’s Love” as a bedtime story. Yes, she’s considered the most beautiful girl in London, but she actually hates her beauty because all she really wants is a man to love her for who she is – not for her pretty face.

Ophelia Reid is an incomparable beauty and a ruthless gossip. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The book begins with Lady Ophelia running away as her ex fiance Duncan chooses to marry the poor Sabrina. Some jphanna good moments, some very lackluster ones. I really didn’t want to like Ophelia Quotes from The Devil Who Tam