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The Raider (Montgomery, book 7) by Jude Deveraux
And for being portrayed raidsr being such a shrew in the beginning, her revenge against Alex when she found out about his secret identity was weak at best. Are you still in high school? I’ve read so many historical romances where the women are like “no! This book was a fun read, bringing in nice historical details that brought the story to life.
Rushes into judgment, but won’t admit she’s wrong. Jessica Taggert, a proud-tempered beauty, thrills to the Raider’s scorching midnight embrace, but despises Alexander Montgomery, the drunken town buffoon.
I loved that middle section of the story.
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Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. Lots of secrets and lies but quite entertaining. Mind you, he did it with a healthy amount of complaining, but he still did it. I loved reading a historical that took place on American soil during the time of our Revolution.
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I give it 2 stars, instead of 1, because at one time this was a favorite reread. Jessie is torn between the Raider and Alex.
devearux By the time we got home, I had already called the library and asked them to reserve all of the Taggart and Montgomery series books they had! Jude Deveraux never lets me down. Like I said it was bad. Can we TALK about what is happening on this cover? Guy disguises himself as swash-buckling, zorro-esque hero to right the wrongs of their setting.
Jude Deveraux The Raider
The thing is To see review with gif and overall rating click here. Jude Deveraux continues her beloved Montgomery saga in America with this dramatic, passion-filled tale of rebellion and love — a breathtaking adventure raidder be savored all over again — or discovered for the first time!
Thd gave me three of Deveraux’s books in the Montgomery series and I kindly took them never expecting to read them my God the covers alone were ridiculous! All I know is that I get wrapped up in the ridiculous situations that occur in these books.
Raider has jyde letters, Temptress has smooth cover. One of my primary reasons for wishing this had been the beginning of a trilogy is the setting. Mar 13, Kimterest rated it did not like it Shelves: Honestly, it was a neat set up and I do enjoy these tropes but the execution was quite hideous.
Jessica Taggert, who knew Alexander from jdue youths, makes a fool of him when he arrives, ridiculing the man who had hoped his family and neighbors would see through his ridiculous disguise.
But, I’d say that was probably the worst of it. Jude Deveraux continues her te Montgomery saga in America with this dramatic, passion-filled tale of rebellion and love—a breathtaking adventure to be savored all over again—or discovered for the first time!
I was also disappointed with the way Nicholas and Eleanor’s romance was handled. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations.
In fact, with ‘s The Mulberry TreeDeveraux seems to be getting more comfortable setting stories in the present, which is a good thing, since the fans she won with her historical books are eager to follow her into the future. But it is a good mold. I am going to write the same thing for the Taggart and Montgomery series of Jude Deveraux.