My Lady of Deception

My Lady of Deception This dark sweeping Regency novel was previously only offered as part of the limited edition box sets From the Ballroom and Beyond Romancing the Rogue and Dark Deceptions Now available for the fi

  • Title: My Lady of Deception
  • Author: Christi Caldwell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    This dark, sweeping Regency novel was previously only offered as part of the limited edition box sets From the Ballroom and Beyond , Romancing the Rogue , and Dark Deceptions Now, available for the first time on its own, is My Lady of Deception Everybody has a secret Some are dangerous than others For Georgina Wilcox, only child of the notorious traitor k This dark, sweeping Regency novel was previously only offered as part of the limited edition box sets From the Ballroom and Beyond , Romancing the Rogue , and Dark Deceptions Now, available for the first time on its own, is My Lady of Deception Everybody has a secret Some are dangerous than others For Georgina Wilcox, only child of the notorious traitor known as The Fox , there are too many secrets to count However, after her interference results in great tragedy, she resolves to never help another until she meets Adam Markham Lord Adam Markham is captured by The Fox Imprisoned, Adam loses everything he holds dear As his days in captivity grow, he finds himself fascinated by the young maid, Georgina, who cares for him When the carefully crafted lies she s built between them begin to crumble, Georgina realizes she will do anything to prove her love and loyalty to Adam even it means at the expense of her own life.

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    • Trish R. says:

      SPOILERSMAYBE WOW! Talk about being able to hate someone and wishing them dead. CC really made that easy when it same to Georgina’s father and Jamie. They were too horrible for words and when they beat her you just wanted to reach into the book and save her. That’s some good writing. I couldn’t figure out who was the most insane, her father or Jamie, but they were both mean and vicious when it came to “punishing” her. Eventually, Adam found out who Georgina’s father was and, of cours [...]

    • Reba says:

      Bad read :( This book was filled with abuse, verbally and physically to our heroin, by both her family and then later by the man who was supposed to be her husband(verbal abuse only and ripping her heart to threads so many times). Between the misunderstandings, the lies, deceit, believing everyone else but Georgina and lack of communication between our H/h and all the angst there was little to no happy moments. I felt so incredibly sad and horrified for what Georgina suffered throughout this boo [...]

    • Tracy T. says:

      I just cant finish this book it is so bad. The story line is bad and the characters are terrible, the insta lust is stupid. Sorry CC just can't finish this book. Narration is by Tim Campbell is good.

    • Mochai says:

      Sometimes I have a yen to read a book with a heart-wrenching martyred wrongfully accused heroine. And in that regard this book paid off a bit too well. My goodness! She has the heart of a saint! She's physically beaten by her own father and his heir apparent; and is beaten down by circumstances. Of course, being a saint, she is sometimes helped along by protectors and she has enough spine to get up for another day. I chose this book because it was kindle unlimited eligible and I thought that I c [...]

    • Angi says:

      It started out interesting, but was ultimately disappointing. I liked the characters in the beginning. Their relationship started off in a common way. The weird love for Grace vs. lust for Georgina thing didn't work for me. I found that irritating. When she is left behind is horrible, nothing about that is okay at all. I liked how they found each other later. But what is the deal with people lying all of the timeeven to spare someone else? It's just stupid. I cannot fathom how anyone can expect [...]

    • Donna says:

      I read this book in the book Dark Deceptions. This was the first story and then one by another author. I loved it! I didn't want to put it down. This book is darker than the others I've read by this author. It has a complex plot and wonderful characters. At some points, I wanted to slap the hero, but remembering what he went through helped to understand him. I hope Christi writes more of the Brethren group. We meet some of them in this book and the agent who was the first helped by Georgina dese [...]

    • Becky says:

      I really wanted to like this book, but it just fell short for me. The author generated a lot of emotion for me, but it just didn't make me love it. I think it may had to do with the hero. I wanted more from him, I really wanted him to be more of a hero.

    • Alexa Steele says:

      There was way too much abuse and torture in this book for my tastes.

    • Dottiebears says:

      I'm not sure why i can't find this as a stand alone book--it's in a couple of bundles and it was the best book in both of them!

    • Literati Literature Lovers says:

      4.5 Stars~Karen's Review~ Christi Caldwell weaves an intricate tapestry of betrayal, love, loyalty, and romance in The Lady of Deception, the first in her new historical romantic suspense series Brethren of the Lords.  The Lady of Deceptions starts out bloody and bruised as crown spy Adam Markham has been betrayed and had landed in the grasp of brutal Irish nationals.  Georgina Wilcox is the young woman who tends to him in his captivity and she is ill used by his captors The Fox and The Hunter [...]

    • R.C. Matthews says:

      It pains me to give one of Christi Caldwell's books a poor review, but I hated this story with a passion. I'm only giving it two stars because Christi's writing is beautiful. I wanted to strangle both of these characters for about 75% of the book. And the ending just would not end. Good Lord, the last 30% of the book was over the top melodramatic - and STILL the two idiots wouldn't say what was in their heart. It was f#@king painful. I wanted to stop around 50% but kept reading because I really [...]

    • Nicole Laverdure says:

      Delightful story!Christi Caldwell has done it again! I really enjoyed her book My Lady of Deception.I loved her two main characters, Georgina and Adam! Beautiful chemistry between the two! This is a story, which historical romance readers, will love from beginning to end. The suspense kept me guessing until the very last page. I just couldn't put down. The author, once again, captivated me till the very end.

    • Maggie Whitworth says:

      A dark book of torture and sweetness , with a beautifully romantic edge . One of Christis best x

    • Virginia says:

      It's too bad the hero is such an asshole. The heroine really is far more awesome and amazing. Good story. Preferred the duke of Aubrey to the hero (or even the Archer). But oh well.

    • Mainer207 says:

      I have to put this down. I don't like it at all.

    • Christine says:

      For a traditionally published novel, by a best-selling author, with an editor, this book had an insane number of typos. More than any non-traditionally published book that I've read -- and I've read quite a few. I mention this, because there's a stigma towards self-publishing and non-traditional publishing. People assume the better written and edited books are written by traditionally published and established writers, not true. Typos included misused personal pronouns, (she instead of he, or he [...]

    • Tracy DeNeal says:

      This book, My Lady of Deception, the first in the series, “Brethren of the Lords” was my introduction to Christi Caldwell's wonderful writing. It is quite well written and extremely dark. I usually don't go for dark, but the prose sucked me in. This is not your typical Regency romance.Wow! What an incredible ride. I've never worried so much for a heroine in my life. Honestly, I came to the conclusion at one point that Adam Markham did not deserve her. I know that there were some extenuating [...]

    • Tracey says:

      If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would! This book is a page turner from start to finish. This book is one of the most emotionally written books I have read in a long time. This is a book about heartache, despair, deception, redemption, and love. I felt so much heartache for the heroine in this story that I cried while reading everything she went through. All I wanted was Georgina to get the happy ending she deserved. I felt anguish for Georgina when Adam the hero in the book found o [...]

    • Deb Diem says:

      My Lady Of Deception by Christi Caldwell is an amazing historical romance. Ms Caldwell has outdone herself with this twisted tale. This well-written book is loaded with phenomenal characters, some you love, some you love to hate. Georgina and Adam's story has plenty of drama, action, humor and spice. Not to mention spies heroes. I loved this story from start to finish and look forward to reading my next book from the talented Christi Caldwell. My Lady Of Deception is book 1 of the Brethren of th [...]

    • Monika P. says:

      My Lady of Deception is a very dark and emotional love story. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. The story is heart-breaking and suspenseful. There is a lot of domestic violence; physically and emotionally. Don't read this book if you think it will trigger a negative reaction. For everybody else - do yourself a favor. Pick up this book. The writing is exceptional. The characters well developed and totally human. Even so I was close to crying throughout I am glad I read this book. Thank [...]

    • Patricia says:

      My Lady of Deception was a massive hit with me. It captured me from the very first paragraph and saddend me when I completed the book. I wanted it to go on and on and on. The storyline was brilliant and fast paced. I highly recommend this story and a note of warning, you won't put it down even when it's way past your bedtime.

    • Patricia Schuette says:

      A different romanceA story about the troubles between Ireland and England in the 1800s. A man is held captive by a man and his adopted son who are leaders of the rebellion. While there he finds himself falling in love with the man's daughter who he thinks is a maid.

    • ksstannard says:

      Christy commands our full attentionGeorgina and Adam draw is into their world of treachery with the first sentence. And, of course, into the path of true love which is equally as treacherous.

    • Clarissa Boggs says:

      A good read

    • Eunice Robertson says:

      Wow, lots of action in this Regency romance. Keeps you turning pages from beginning to end. (I voluntarily reviewed this advanced copy).

    • beverly says:

      I loved this bookStayed up until 3am to finish it great start line ending could of had a bit more thought into it to make it that bit more specail

    • Melissa says:

      This was my first Caldwell book and it was very "eh" for me.First, the romance felt rushed and unsupported by events (yeah, I get it - they went through a tough time together, but where is the story?). One chapter they've just met, then the next chapter months have passed (I guess? I'm not quite sure - the timeline is not very clear) and he is crazed with lust and hurriedly doing inappropriate things to her with his fingers. One second she's torn, the next she's hopeful and inspired. One moment [...]

    • Kat W says:

      So much drama and angst and definitely that bit of lite gothic throughout (not like Wuthering Heights level gothic)! I'm giving this 3.6 stars rounded up because for some reason Caldwell's story did not drive me crazy with the whole lies and not communicating plot tool (view spoiler)[ (I really don't know why. Georgina was seriously beat down and Adam was a butthead for half the novel. It's a little worrisome to me I was ok with reading the low self esteem struggle for so long.)(hide spoiler)], [...]

    • Mary says:

      I read this as part of the "From the Ballroom and Beyond" box set.I give the story 4 stars. It was an engaging tale of two people tortured in more ways than one at the hands of Irish revolutionaries. Georgina just wants to help prove her loyalty to England and escape the abuse of her father and adopted bother. Adam is a member of the English spy organization The Brethren. He is being help captive by the Irish sympathizers and is in danger of being killed. Georgina wants to help, but what can she [...]

    • catherine neri says:

      Praise for Christie Caldwell I just love,love,love Christie Caldwell's books! From the scandalous seasons series, to the heart of a duke series, and now this first book in the Brethren of the Lord's series.The story is so much more than the brief synopsis we were given. Georgiana was a terrific heroin. She had to endure so much. I loved and hated Adam. How he treated her when he found out who her father was, that was heartbreaking. But he did redeem himself. Even when she made it difficult for h [...]

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