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review The Flesh and the Devil 103 ↠ [Reading] ➶ The Flesh and the Devil By Teresa Denys – Connecfloor.co.uk The Duue's wealth and rank could supply Juana with pleasures beyond her wildest dreams and suffering that she could only glimpse in the realms of nightmare For the perfumed silks of her master's bedch and the ePUB ☆ [Reading] The Flesh and the Devil By Teresa Denys Connecfloor.co.uk The Duue's wealth and rank could supply Juana with pleasures beyond her wildest dreams and suffering that she could only glimpse in the realms of nightmare F.

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The Flesh and the DevilPerfumed silks of her master's bedchamber concealed the depravity of an unbalanced mind Only swift and brutal action by scar faced Felipe the arrogant protector could conjure her escape but his protection she finds demands humiliating paymen.

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  • Karla

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the DevilWow what a weird and beautiful book My expectations were pretty high because it's so rare as is Denys' only other novel The Silver Devil and they were met for the most part The premise is pretty simple Girl is sold off into marriage to a faceless duke and danger and passion occur in the most unexpected ways with love and hatred being eual motivesWhat I loved most was Denys' economy of language She manages to convey the dilapidated and rotting Spanish nobility and all its various parasites with vivid characters that are described with sharp brushstrokes Sometimes it can verge on the repetitious the heroanti hero Felipe Tr


  • Naksed

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the Devil 'Kindness is a painless thing to give and easy a sop to those you do not need Friendship and kindness have nought to do with this' For a moment the look in his eyes as brilliant as an eagle's in the harsh inscrutability of his face terrified her 'I am not kind to the air I breathe nor the food I eat nor to you' The Flesh and the Devil is only one of two novels written by Teresa Denys pen name of Jacueline Bianchi an immensely talented writer and editor whose life was unfortunately cut short tragically decades agoIt is therefore hard for me not to compare it to Denys' other


  • Andrea (Catsos Person) is a Compulsive eBook Hoarder

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the Devil35 Stars Teresa Denys’s writing was really really good for the first part of the book especially in the castle She did an excellent job of evoking a creepily gothic feel with a menacing miasma of evil schemes within schemes Even some of the very minor characters had hints of intriguing schemes—their own agendas so to speak The characterization was first rate as well The supporting and minor characters were well roundedHowever another strong point is that Teresa Denysdid a very good job of showing personal growth of the very young sheltered hero


  • Willow

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the DevilWhoathis romance could never be written today LOL Felipe Tristan is so dark and unscrupulous He has no ualms about going after what he wants So yes there is a boatload of dubious consent and it’s very dubious So be forewarned If you hate that kind of thing you won’t like this book With my penchant for bad guys though I found Tristan damn intriguing He has a nasty scar across his cheek I got the impression it was half a Glasgow grin like the Joker which made me like him even Denys describes him as having a great deal of menace and icy control He speaks to Juana with veiled courtesy so she’s never uite sure where she stands with him Although the reader does I rather love the way Denys writes There’s an elouence and sensuality to her prose tha


  • Cat The Curious

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the DevilHow can I put this book into words Haunting gothic intricate and well written should fit the bill This old bodice ripper is not politically correct nor will it be everyone's cup of tea If you have a love for the English language and gothic suspense this might be up your alleyJuana the heroine is forced to marry a young wealthy Duue who to her dismay is twisted in mind and in form The Duue is one sick puppy in ways than one Juana's peril is intricatel


  • Sarah Mac

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the DevilOfficially 45 stars I loved the setting the prose the first 34ths of the whole Rather it was the last bit esp Juana's overdone obstinance re the reveal of her true feelings that irked my nerves enough to round down It was rather like STORMFIRE in that the gorgeous isolated gothic ripper vibe was deflated by an unnecessarily drawn ou


  • WhiskeyintheJar

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the DevilFor my comments and uotes while I read a way in depth look at my thoughts Buddy Read The Flesh and the DevilThe beginning of this was really enjoyable there was a great eerie Gothic tone that had mysteries and villains seemingly in the shadows everywhere with our young extremely sheltered heroine Juana betrothed to a lunatic Unfortunately the mysteries and villains get wrapped up perfectly uickly and a lot of things happen disappointingly off screen The middle introduces new villains but again dealt with pretty uickly and from there things kind of meander into an unceremoniously mellow with added too perfect bow moment ending The romantic relationship between the leads started off


  • Mermarie

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the DevilI kind of pat myself on the back for taking on this book in part Spanish from a poor Kindle translation It was even becoming in that format for some peculiar reason I can't rightly name Maybe due to my only passable Spanish I ingested far meaning or perhaps read into the already wondrous sentiment through repeated readingKarla Willow and se


  • G.

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the DevilWhat a strange experience This is my second and last Teresa Denys book I knew what to expect after The Silver Devil pretty much anything That's exactly what I got Only this time we're in Habsburg Spain and it's on the decline Those who are familiar with the Habsburg line and its interesting genealogy will know what to expect Things are rather rotten And this is where The Flesh and the Devil shines horrible and beautiful Alas it moves on from there To morph it into something that's recognisably romance I guess Except it doesn't sit comfortably with what came before It's not that i


  • Regan Walker

    review The Flesh and the Devil 103 The Flesh and the DevilMore than a bodice ripper this classic set in 17th century Spain is a KeeperThis was my second by Denys and it’s another stunningly dramatic story set in 17th century Spain and a very worthy read It tells the story of beautiful Juana de Arrelanos eldest daughter of a successful merchant who betroths her to the mysterious Bartolomé Duue de Valenzuela to gain a title But Juana’s heart belongs to her childhood sweetheart Jaime de Nueva and she naively hopes to persuade the Duue to let her leave when he learns she is unwillingWhen she arrives at the sprawling edifice that is Castillo Benaventes she realizes all is not as it should be She is not greeted by her intended but rather by his manipulating uncle who assures her all is well and the scornful mercenary