The Devil DeVere Series Spotlight with Kindle Fire #Giveaway!

Posted February 22, 2014 by Sophia Rose in Promo / 11 Comments

A Wild Night's Bride by Victoria Vane The Virgin Huntress by Victoria Vane The Devil You Know by Victoria Vane The Devil's Match by Victoria Vane A Devil's Touch by Victoria Vane Devil In The Making by Victoria VaneThe Trouble with Sin by Victoria Vane Jewel of the East by Victoria Vane

THE DEVIL DEVERE SERIES – LIBRARY JOURNAL BEST E-BOOK ROMANCE 2012

“The “Devil DeVere” series is a variation on the rake’s progress, or the rake’s reformation, except that is doesn’t start with said rake as the main character—a device that is amazingly clever on Vane’s part and allows her to circle in on DeVere without revealing too much at the outset… The series is erotic and sexy, and sometimes you want to shake the characters until their teeth rattle, but it is absolutely marvelous… This one should be read with bonbons. And a fan!” –Marlene Harris for Library Journal

A WILD NIGHT’S BRIDE

A Wild Night's Bride by Victoria Vane

IND’Tale RONE nominee

Night Owl Reviews Top Pick

IRC Reader Choice Best Historical Nominee

 

THE VIRGIN HUNTRESS

The Virgin Huntress by Victoria Vane

IND’Tale RONE nominee

Night Owl Reviews Top Pick

 

THE DEVIL YOU KNOW

The Devil You Know by Victoria Vane

IND’Tale RONE nominee

The Romance Reviews Best Erotic Historical nominee

Night Owl Reviews Top Pick

The Romance Reviews Top Pick

LR Café Best Historical Romance nominee 2012

Two Lips Reviewer’s Choice Winner 2013

Delighted Reader’s Review of The Devil You Know & The Devil’s Match by Victoria Vane

 

THE DEVIL’S MATCH

The Devil's Match by Victoria Vane

IND’Tale RONE nominee

Night Owl Reviews Top Pick

The Romance Reviews Top Pick

LASR Reviews Book of the Month December 2012

Swept Away by Romance Best Historical Romance of 2012

Two Lips Reviews Recommended Read

Delighted Reader’s Review of The Devil You Know & The Devil’s Match by Victoria Vane

The Devil’s Touch

A Devil's Touch by Victoria Vane

Delighted Reader’s Review of The Devil’s Touch by Victoria Vane

The Trouble With Sin

The Trouble With Sin by Victoria Vane

Delighted Reader’s Review of The Trouble with Sin by Victoria Vane

 

SERIES AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS

Library Journal Best E-Book Romance 2012

LR Café Best Series nominee 2012

Delighted Reader Giveaway

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Author Website: http://www.victoriavane.com

DeVere Fan Site: http://thedevildevere.com

Author Blog: http://victoriavane.wordpress.com

Facebook: Author Victoria Vane

Twitter: @authorvictoriav

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I was born and raised near Sacramento, CA. I have read since I was four years old and developed tastes that run the gamut of literature. I went away to college and have a degree in education, a certificate in family history research, and a certificate in social work. I worked for a non-profit agency with low income families for 20 years which included being responsible for the children’s library and promoting/teaching adult literacy. I have lived in Southeast Michigan for the last 18 years and I am currently a book addicted homemaker with a cat and husband who keep me grounded. Recently, I made it a challenge to review each book that I have read as a favor to author friends who said reviews are important. I have done reviews for Good Reads, Amazon, eBay, and Smashwords, but mostly at Goodreads and Amazon.

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Hrmf! How have I not read these?! They look pretty darn good.

Sophia Rose
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If you like Georgian era erotic romance, you should definitely give them a look-see. Oh and the good news…novella length all of them so they’re easy to squeeze into a busy reading schedule.

Anna@herding cats&burning soup
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I honestly don’t know that I’ve ever read a Georgian era erotic romance but it sounds like something I could get into 🙂 There aren’t too many sub genres I’m opposed to reading. I kinda like sampling them all 🙂

Sophia Rose
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Georgian stuff is usually less inhibited than Regency and definitely less than Victorian. Those folk really loved to play and party. Plus they wear the cool Marie Antoinette looking stuff and the guys even look cool. The main guy, Ludovic ‘Devil’ DeVere, in this series is super uninhibited and gets up to all sorts of capers with his two best bros who are also heroes in their own books. He takes a lot to tame into relationship material.

Anna@herding cats&burning soup
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Um. Yeah. Yeah that definitely sounds like it would work for me. lol Can these be read as stand alones or do they need to be read in order?

Sophia Rose
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I’m leaning toward a ‘no’ . A Wild Night’s Bride is the first book and introduces quite a bit and then the others go from there with plot threads that connect stuff and it gets stronger as the series progresses. But here’s the thing. There are two prequels that are actually much shorter listed in the group that could wait until after the others if you wanted to streamline (A Devil in the Making and The Trouble with Sin). My favorite books were three and four when DeVere and Dianna take center stage though the latest Jewel of the East… Read more »

Sophia Rose
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Oh, but she does have a couple of standalones that are Georgian era too. I read Treacherous Temptations last year and that was good. So you can go that route too. Although, hands down favorite by her is her retelling of The Sheik which is a 1920’s Sahara erotic adventure romance. That’s when your in the mood for old-school romance feel.

Anna@herding cats&burning soup
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Good to know on both counts 🙂 I added them all to my list. Will start at the top 🙂

Anna@herding cats&burning soup
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Good to know on both counts 🙂 I added them all to my list. Will start at the top 🙂

Sophia Rose
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Oh, but she does have a couple of standalones that are Georgian era too. I read Treacherous Temptations last year and that was good. So you can go that route too. Although, hands down favorite by her is her retelling of The Sheik which is a 1920’s Sahara erotic adventure romance. That’s when your in the mood for old-school romance feel.

Sophia Rose
Guest

Georgian stuff is usually less inhibited than Regency and definitely less than Victorian. Those folk really loved to play and party. Plus they wear the cool Marie Antoinette looking stuff and the guys even look cool. The main guy, Ludovic ‘Devil’ DeVere, in this series is super uninhibited and gets up to all sorts of capers with his two best bros who are also heroes in their own books. He takes a lot to tame into relationship material.