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Ignoring the poor production quality is a must. I really wanted Jack to stop being so proper in Viscount Vagabond and felt bad for him when he lost the girl. So I really enjoyed that he gets his own story and all his moments of "losing his cool" in The Devil's Delilah. I found it quite comical that Delilah could really get under his skin and shake up his composure. It was a fun story and as always the dialogue really draws you in.
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This book was missing what I've come to love in Loretta Chase's books - the witty banter. Yes, there was a tiny bit of it toward the end but I found this book tedious to reach that end. The story never grabbed me. The characters, frankly, annoyed me. The audio quality was poor although the narration was quite good (and I am thankful it WAS available as an audiobook.) Not my favorite Chase book but I still really enjoy her work.
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