Flowers For The Devil by Vlad Kahany
Love can be a devil and a saint.
A scarred vigilante.
A titled beauty.
Two secrets. One fateful encounter.
Two lies. One truth.
A happening that left London speechless.
A witness—the entire city.
On December 19th, 1851, a crime took place in the center of London. One of the few who knows what truly happened is Countess Alina Bronskaya.
But she will never speak of it.
The crime is her curse and her salvation.
Her culprits are the men who gave her their hearts.
One is a gentleman-devil.
The other is the Duke of Ravenaugh.
This is a story of redemption.
And in the center of it all—love. Passionate. Overpowering. Changing the course of history.
The sort of love that can ruin a man.
The one that can save him…
“Flowers for the Devil” is a dark Victorian romance with tormented villain/ strong heroine/ forbidden love/ secret identity/ diverse characters tropes. THIS IS NOT A LOVE TRIANGLE. The novel has mature situations and themes which may be considered triggers for some. Readers’ discretion is advised.