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The Devil in Disguise Reviews

“Sloane’s characters take center stage and the chemistry between them works to perfection. There will be plenty of anticipation for her next novels.”


“…charmed by the opulent details and happy ending.”

–Publisher’s Weekly

“With tremendous skill and talent, Stefanie Sloane has launched her new career as a Regency Romance writer with this debut trilogy, entitled Regency Rogues. If this new series is as good as this first book, I can predict it will easily become highly addictive with fans craving more.”


“Stefanie Sloane has managed to capture the very essence of what a good historical romance should be in The Devil in Disguise. The storyline, characters, and behaviors all ring with a believable authenticity that pulls the reader into regency England. The intriguing plot and fascinating characters blended together in such a way that I read this book during time that should have been used for much needed sleep.”


“…books were a treat from start to finish.  Ms. Sloane has created a wonderful world of intrigue, love, and adventure that I’ll be sure to follow. Welcome to my Keeper Shelf, Ms. Sloane!”


“The first Regency Rogues installment is an engaging romantic suspense that grips the audience from the moment the lead couple meets and never slows down until the final confrontation with the villain and with each other. The story line is fast-paced and though similar to many nineteenth century undercover espionage thrillers (see Joanne Bourne’s Spymaster series), the refreshing protagonists make for a wonderful historical.”

–Harriett Klausner, Genre Go Round Reviews

““The Devil in Disguise” is an absolutely delightful story. It is very well written, has some wonderfully witty and spirited dialogue and is full of smoldering sexual chemistry. The future for both the Young Corinthians and Stefanie Sloane looks very, very bright indeed.”


“Readers will root for the reluctant lovers in this sensuous Regency tale spiced with danger.”