We gave it a B+
The only thing about The Devil Who Tamed Her?s Regency-era English debutante Ophelia Reid more renowned than her beauty is her rumor-mongering. So Viscount Raphael Locke spirits her off to a secluded house to show her the error of her ways.
The couple’s first intimate interlude occurs in a stranded carriage on a frigid night.
Despite Johanna Lindsey’s mastery of historical romance, it’s hard to root for egotistical Ophelia or self-righteous Raphael. B+