Night of the Scoundrel (The Devils of Dover #3.5) by Kelly Bowen

Night of the Scoundrel (The Devils of Dover, #3.5)

Published: November 26th 2019 

Publisher: Forever Yours

Length: 133 pages

My Rating: 2 stars


Can he trust her with his darkest secret?

Ruthless. Dangerous. Known simply as King. No one knows his true name or where he came from. And when he learns that the man who betrayed him has returned to London, King has only one goal: vengeance. But first, he must seek out an unlikely ally to aide him in his pursuit…

Adeline Archambault is as mysterious as she is beautiful. Exiled after the French Revolution, she’s determined to reclaim her birthright and deliver the justice that is owed her. King’s offer to help her, in exchange for her assistance, is a bargain she can’t refuse. But will this deal with a devil lead to a future she never dared hope for?

My Review:

I haven’t read the other books in this series, so I felt like I was missing out on some back story. While the characters were engaging like most novellas, this book suffered for its length. I feel there was more that could have been explored between these two characters and because of this, I gave it a lower rating.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads. 


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