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The Raven Prince book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. There comes a time in a lady's life Widowed Anna Wren is ha. The Raven Prince (Princes Trilogy, #1) by Elizabeth Hoyt. Read The Raven Prince (Princes Trilogy, #1) online by Elizabeth Hoyt in PDF EPub Kindle and. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. After reviewing her somewhat precarious financial situation, The Raven Prince (Prince Trilogy Book 1) - Kindle edition by Elizabeth Hoyt. Romance Kindle eBooks @ aracer.mobi
Those love scene were very well-written and "fan-yourself-now" steamy. Anna discovers passion for the first time, and has to pay the price of passion--the knowledge that it is gained without knowing she is loved by the man she is with.
Edward enjoys his time with the mystery woman, but his mind always goes back to Anna. Why does she come to mind when he's with this other woman? How can he feel such passion for her when his mind is fixated on Anna? I liked how Ms. Hoyt deals with the double standard that society holds to regarding prostitution.
A woman is the one who is sullied, but men are just doing what comes naturally. It drives me crazy! Anna helps a sick prostitute and has to deal with a bit of social stigma because of it, because that woman is dirty and beneath her.
I was glad she was brave enough to do what was right, showing what a 'good woman' truly is. I do have to say I didn't like some of the double standards that Edward showed.
His anger at finding out Anna was his mystery woman, and the way he put her on the "pure, innocent" pedestal, but had no problem slaking his urge on the professional woman who he always called whores. It's just my personal issue with the subject.
I hate prostitution, but I hate it because I don't think a woman should have to use her body that way. Even moreso, I hate the hypocrisy of society when it comes to prostitutes. They didn't get 'sullied' by themselves.
So, I particularly liked when Anna tells Edward off when he lectures her for taking in the sick prostitute, Pearl. The way I look at it, the oldest profession would go out of business if people didn't pay for sex, so it goes both ways for me, with a higher burden put on people who pay for sex.
Anyhoo, societal rant aside I liked the subtle humor here, a light touch that brightened this story and kept it from being too melancholy. As much as I like angst, sometimes it's nice to have a fun read that's also deep and manages to move me at the same time. I don't think I have much more to say here. I really enjoyed this book. I liked Ms.
Hoyt's ability to write clearly, beautifully, but never floridly. She captures the Georgian era, but isn't heavy-handed about it. I knew I was reading a historical romance, and I believed in the setting. I definitely want to read more of her books good thing I have been accumulating almost all of them over these few years.
The elegant simplicity of her prose made this a swift and enjoyable read. This was historical romance that was enjoyable from beginning to end--I never felt the plot drag or my attention start to wane with this book. Although some of their moments of blindly holding on to misconceptions and fruitless determinations frustrated me, I never lost respect or liking for Anna and Edward.
I could see that they had built barriers to love out of fear of heartbreak, and to keep themselves safe from further loss. Our price:. There comes a time in a womanrsquo;s life when she must do the unthinkable - and find employment.
For the widowed Anna Wren, that means taking a job as female secretary for the Earl of Swartingham. Secretaries are always male - never female - as Anna well knows but the real downfall of her career is the realisation that she is falling in love with Edward de Raaf - the Earl. But when she realises that he is going to visit a brothel in London to take care of his 'manly' desires, Anna sees red - and decides to take advantage of the opportunity to also take care of her 'womanly' desires - with the Earl as her unknowing lover.
But the Earl has another reason for going to London. He is formalising his betrothal and trying with little success to forget about a secretary that has no right being female.
Unhandsome, he knows that no woman wants him. Except for the mysterious lady with whom he spent two unforgettable nights at Aphroditersquo;s Grotto, the most scandalous brothel in London.
Reviews 0 Specifications Formats and editions Please sign in to review this product. Copy From Text:. Elizabeth Hoyt. Forever, November Warner Adult, November Other books by Elizabeth Hoyt.
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