Books by Deborah Simmons

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Robber Bride

At first, I rolled my eyes. Simon de Burgh seems to be cut straight from the mold of grunting alpha male. First impressions can be deceiving though, can they not? Simon may have started out as a grunting alpha male in Robber Bride, but it didn't last long, and his change in attitude is gradual and s ...

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The Devil Earl

The lair of the Devil Earl, perched precariously on a sea cliff like the castle in Dark Shadows. A night filled with tempest-tossed seas and the crackles of thunder. A tall and brooding hero, accused of murder. These sound like the perfect ingredients for a gothic novel, right? W ...

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The Devil Earl

Deborah Simmons has quickly become a must-read author for me. If you've not read her yet, you're missing something good. Her books are infused with humor, a broad range of diverse personalities, and are very sexy reads, too. I just finished The Last Rogue, and while I loved it (it's a wonderful read ...

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The Last Rogue

Charming, delightful, and funny too! Deborah Simmons's new book The Last Rogue, had me smiling, snickering, and laughing out loud all the way through it. I don't want to give away anything, but when Raleigh tells his blushing wife why he does not wear a nightshirt - I defy anyone not to laugh! Wh ...

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The Vicar's Daughter

Delightful, simply delightful! This charming tale is what Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice would have been like if Miss Lizzy and Mr. Darcy had decided to defy convention and touch each other, alllll over. The storyline is a favorite: A stuffed-shirt gentleman fights falling for a nice, but poor, c ...

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Taming the Wolf

Seven. What makes an ordinary number like seven so, well, magical? The seventh son of a seventh son was enchanted. Seven brothers wed seven brides. Seven magnificent men fought for the right. And, a lost princess was given sanctuary by seven diminutive miners. Bonded in some way - often as brothers ...

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The deBurgh Bride

The deBurgh Brideis a medieval romance, the sequel to Taming the Wolf, and it tells the tale of Elene Fitzhugh and Geoffrey de Burgh. Geoffrey wins Elene's hand by being the de Burgh brother who draws the shortest straw. The fact that Elene is forced to marry by the King's decree after murdering her ...

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Tempting Kate

With Tempting Kate, author Deborah Simmons has proven that she is a multiple personality author, capable of writing in more different styles than any other romance author this reviewer has read, In The Vicar's Daughter, she wrote frothily, funnily, and sexily. In Taming the Wolf, she wrote dark, dan ...