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Publisher's Summary

A Lord Chained To His Past…
Lord Trent Rutherford's past has left him guarded, jaded and perfectly content to spend the rest of his life moving from one meaningless affair to the next. Until he meets Lady Audrey Cringlewood, an innocent beauty who makes him question everything he believes. His devilish demeanor guards more than a wounded heart. Behind his swagger lie secrets he'd rather forget than face, but the price of forgetting may be his second chance at life.
A Lady Determined To Shape Her Future…
Audrey Cringlewood longs to marry for love, not convenience. After several months of flirtatious banter, secret smiles and three very unforgettable kisses, Trent Rutherford, the rake known as Sin, proves himself the man of her dreams. Audrey suspects she understands the pain he hides behind his devil may care attitude, but when the truth comes to light, is her love enough to heal all wounds or will the secrets Trent guarded so carefully tear them apart forever?
©2014 Julie Johnstone (P)2014 Julie Johnstone
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1 out of 5 stars
By Edwina "I Love books" on 11-26-15

VERY DISAPPOINTING!!!

What disappointed you about Dancing with a Devil?

The Heir to Trent Marquess of Davenport was not the Heroine son Audrey but Trent's first wife a French Spy that had him imprisoned and tortured. Trent the hero didn't know of the childs existence until the end of the story. The Heir should always be the son of the heroine. If the author wanted to add a child at the end of the story it should have been a girl and not a son and Heir.

Would you ever listen to anything by Julie Johnstone again?

NO NO AND NO!!!!!

What about Tim Campbell’s performance did you like?

Tim Campbell was an excellent narrator, He really makes a great story teller. I will defiantly listen to other books he narrates. Just not Julie Johnstones!

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

ANGER AND DISAPPOINTMENT!!!

Any additional comments?

Very Disappointing ending!! I had been waiting for Sin Lord Trent Rutherford Marquess of Davenport. story He was a English Spy for Prinny but while in France spying and hiding, guarding the secret of were the English had imprisoned Napoleon Bonaparte he married a French Spy Gwyneth.Trent didn't know Gwyneth was a spy. Of course she betrayed him. She had him thrown in a French prison and horribly torture for months before Trent Escaped. . Trent though she was dead for the past 2 years, which caused him to separate from Lady Audrey Cringlewood. The women he had fall in loved with. We met Audrey in bk2 Conspiring With A Rogue. I loved the characters Audrey and Sin "Trent" but this author ruined the ending of there love story by giving Trent a son he didn't know about. Julian the son of his wife the French Spy Gwyneth which means Julian will inherit the title of Marquess and the decent beloved Audrey's children with Trent cannot inherit the title of Marquess. If the author wanted to add a child to drag out the story why didn't Julie Johnstone write the child as a girl and let Audrey be the mother to the heir of the Marquess of Davenport? It would have even been more tolerable it Gwyneth hadn't been a spy and had not betrayed Trent in such a horrible way. . I "HATE" stories where the Heir is Not the child of the hero and heroine of the story. If I had know this I would Not have bought this book and just dropped the series. So I returned it this very Disappointing story.. I did Not get what I consider HEA. I will Not continue with this series. I don't like storylines like this. This is a personal preference. However there are a lot of HR fans that don't like stories like this. I CANNOT RECOMMEND THIS STORY!! VERY DISAPPOINTING!!

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5 out of 5 stars
By M. D. Moseby on 03-23-18

Marvelous Story Line, Excellently Presented

Well, I love, love, love Julie Johnstone' books, but with Tim Campbell narrating, they are an unforgetable and unbeatable team. Dancing with a Devil is now my favorite of her books. Audrey and Trent make the perfect heroine and hero. From the time they meet, it is a spectacular dance of intrigue. With the surprises of the story coming at exactly the right time and the intrigue of his having been a spy for Prinny, it kept me wondering what was going to be revealed next. I just could not put it down. This one is a keeper and definitely a repeat listen.

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