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Devil in Velvet
Harriet, an antique dealer, buys a mountain villa in a village in Southern France to enjoy her summer vacation with her niece. But the mountain villa is an abysmal abandoned house…! And what surprises her more is the fact that the former owner of the mountain villa was her ex-lover, Andre. He was the man who captured her eighteen-year-old heart and sent her into fits of despair. The love and hatred she buried eight years ago comes back to life and tortures her emotions!
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- on the fence with this one 3
- JAB 02/02/2019
Yeah, there were some pros and cons to this story that made both good and bad. First Pro, the hero and heroine gave a new perspective to the theme of reunited lovers. First Con, their time together was actually an adulterous affair even though the heroine had no idea till after the hero left he that he was married with a child. Second Pro, were the two teenagers (hero's son and heroine's niece) in the story gave a bit of easement between the hero and heroine as well as plot. Second Con was the hero pursuing an intimate relationship with an eighteen year old heroine at the time. I understand that the stress of having a wife who was suffering hard from post natal depression so severely that she barely recognized the people is hard but the heroine didn't need that. Third pro is the relationship between heroine and her niece and the hero and his son was a delight to read. Third con, neither the hero nor the heroine said sorry about learning about the hard parts of each other's lives (heroine miscarrying hero's baby and hero's wife and grandmother). Fourth Pro, they were able to forgive, move forward, and marry each other. Fourth Con, it could have been better with reasons listed above.
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