Books by Elizabeth Hoyt

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To Desire a Devil

Elizabeth Hoyt has earned seven DIKs at AAR. Sometimes it sucks to buck the trend, but you do what you must. And in this particular case, this book is really, really good. But it isn't great. After his regiment was massacred in North America and following seven years of Indian c ...

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To Beguile a Beast

Yes, it’s now six in a row. All of Elizabeth Hoyt’s historical romances have received DIK status here at AAR. As with many readers, I have followed the author since she appeared on the scene in 2006 and read each book as it was published. Two of her previous books earned places on my personal DI ...

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To Seduce a Sinner

The second novel in Elizabeth Hoyt's Legend of the Four Soldiers series is even better than the first. To Seduce a Sinner is funny and heartbreaking, sexy and poignant. A hung-over Jasper Renshaw, Viscount Vale, has just been left at the altar by his fiancée when he is offered a replacement - ...

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To Taste Temptation

I’m not certain I can put into words how To Taste Temptation, the first installation of Elizabeth Hoyt's new Legend of the Four Soldiers series made me feel. I’ve never read the author before and I don’t know how this book stands up next to the others she’s written. I only know that I love ...

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The Serpent Prince

If you’ve ever seen the classic movie Tom Jones you know just how much fun bawdy innuendo can be. I was reminded of that film and it’s irrepressible joie de vivre as I read The Serpent Prince and, considering my extreme fondness for Tom Jones (not to even mention the incredible deliciousness tha ...

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The Leopard Prince

Last year Elizabeth Hoyt made a splash with her debut novel The Raven Prince. It earned DIK status here at AAR and gained more than one honor on our 11th Annual Reader Poll. The Leopard Prince is her second offering, loosely tied to The Raven Prince, but in no way a sequel. Sophomore books are trick ...

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The Raven Prince

The Raven Prince is classic romance. It is the type of book that reminds me why I love this genre. Elizabeth Hoyt’s debut novel brings emotion, sensuality, and wit to the forefront, blending it all together with a deft hand. The characters are not new to us: A nobleman with a heart-hardening past ...