Last Wicked Scoundrel
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Lorraine Heath brings us the eagerly awaited final story in the Scoundrels of St. James series.William Graves is the last of Feagan's scoundrels. A onetime grave robber turned royal physician, he has devoted his life to saving others—because he... show more
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Lorraine Heath brings us the eagerly awaited final story in the Scoundrels of St. James series.William Graves is the last of Feagan's scoundrels. A onetime grave robber turned royal physician, he has devoted his life to saving others—because he knows there is no way to save himself. Especially not around a lady like Winnie. Though undeserving of her touch, he cannot resist. His passion cannot be tamed … even in the face of certain danger.Winnie, the Duchess of Avendale, never knew peace until her brutal husband died. With William she's discovered burning desire—and the healing power of love. But now, confronted by the past she thought she'd left behind, Winnie must face her fears … or risk losing the one man who can fulfill all her dreams.
Publish date: January 28th 2014
Publisher: Avon Books
Pages no: 137
Edition language: English
Series: Scoundrels of St. James (#5)
I loved the story. It was short but packed with a lot of thrills and romance. I loved reading about Winnie finding her courage, confidence, and strength. William is not my fave character but in this book, he was interesting. I thought both him and Winnie were an awesome pair.Read the full review...
I generally like Lorraine Heath's historical romances, but she does tend to create dramatic conflict through means that tread dangerously close to my personal squick threshold, a phenomenon which I previously wrote about here. Because her writing is generally fairly awesome and I'm familiar enough w...
This is one of my favorite series by Lorraine Heath. Often times, after Midnight Pleasures with a Scoundrel, there were glimpses of Graves in Heath's subsequent books but it was also hinted that she had no plans of ever writing his story. So, you can just imagine how Heath's fans are rejoicing to fi...
Winnie, the Duchess of Avendale, is a widow and thanks her blessings every day for that. Her late husband was abusive and brutal and cruel to her. The day he died was fortune for her, since he almost killed her the last time he was alive. It has been three peaceful years, being able to raise her son...