To Snare a Bride . . .
To Gabriel Devine, Duke of Wolverest, the bonds of marriage are nothing more than shackles. But if he's to remain a lifelong bachelor, that leaves only his younger brother to carry on the family name. Inviting the ton's most eligible ladies to an elegant ball, Gabriel is certain any one of them would be all too eager to become the next duchess and provide an heir—leaving Gabriel to continue his ecstatic pursuit of pleasure.
To Catch a Rogue . . .
Her social-climbing stepmother would give anything to have Madelyn Haywood betrothed to a future duke. But Madelyn believes the brothers Devine to be nothing more than heartless rogues—especially Gabriel, whose rakish reputation precedes him. He is nothing more than a slave to passion, and she will not be conquered by his caresses—and yet his wicked ways tempt her so . . .
I don't usually write book reviews but with this book I'll make an exception. I took a chance and bought this book and I have to say I'm glad I did. I really loved this book. I enjoyed how the relationship between the characters evolved. I loved when Madelyn and Gabriel waltzed and how significant it was for both characters
I actually read this book after reading the second in the series, which I liked more. Nonetheless, I enjoyed The Bride Hunt Ball and found it entertaining. I'm not sure if I'll read the third book in the series. I'm more interested in Tristan's story.