After the Kiss
A Notorious Gentleman . . . Sullivan Waring wants only two things: his rightful inheritance, and revenge against the man who stole it from him. By day, Sullivan is the most respected horse breeder in England; by night, he plunders the ton's most opulent homes to reclaim his late mother's... show more
A Notorious Gentleman . . . Sullivan Waring wants only two things: his rightful inheritance, and revenge against the man who stole it from him. By day, Sullivan is the most respected horse breeder in England; by night, he plunders the ton's most opulent homes to reclaim his late mother's beautiful paintings. His quest is going swimmingly . . . until the night he's discovered by Lady Isabel Chalsey. Clad only in a revealing nightdress, she's an entrancingly different kind of plunder, and how can a thief resist stealing a kiss? A Curious Lady . . . Surprised by a masked man in her own home, Isabel should be quaking with fear. Instead the sight of the sinfully handsome Sullivan makes her tremble with excitement. Who is this man, and why is he so set on this reckless pursuit? Lady Isabel loves a challenge, and she'll dare anything to uncover Sullivan's secret—but she may instead convince him that she is the greatest prize of all.
Publish date: 24 czerwca 2008
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, 19th Century
, Regency Romance
Series: Notorious Gentlemen (#1)
I really need to read more Suzanne Enoch. She's got a huge backlist, writes the kind of witty historical romances that I love and yet I've only read two of her books. I enjoyed Sullivan and Isabel, both as a couple and as individual characters. I loved that Isabel has a supportive and loving fami...
I only made it 23% of the way through this book on my Kindle. The lead female "Tibby" was so over the top annoying. At first it was fun and flirty thinking a 19 year old would try to order around Sullivan, but it was just too much for me when all she did was act so foolish, but Sullivan "wanted" her...
Really enjoyable story - fabulous hero, lovely heroine, amazing chemistry between them. The whole thread of Sullivan training Isabel's horse Zephyr and teaching Isabel how to ride is fascinating and nicely done - I have a weakness for animals, both in life and in stories, so this subject will always...
I have been pretty anxious to read this book because I enjoyed the first two books in the series. The main reason I was looking forward to reading this book was Bramwell Johns himself. He was my favorite character in Sully's book and then again in Phin's book and I seriously could not wait until his...
I was really looking forward to this book sadly it kinda fell short for me. I can't really put my finger on why? I guess it all came down to the interaction between Sullivan and Isabel just didn't hold it for me and at times it almost seemed forced. I realy did adore Bram as he was such a scene s...
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