Lord of Scoundrels
Tough minded Jessica Trent's sole intention is to free her nitwit brother from the destructive influence of Sebastian Ballister, the notorious Marquess of Diain. She never expects to desire the arrogant, amoral cad. And When Daine's reciprocal passion places them in a scandalously compromising,... show more
Tough minded Jessica Trent's sole intention is to free her nitwit brother from the destructive influence of Sebastian Ballister, the notorious Marquess of Diain. She never expects to desire the arrogant, amoral cad. And When Daine's reciprocal passion places them in a scandalously compromising, and public, position, Jessica is left with no choice but to seek satisfaction... Damn the minx for tempting him, kissing him...and then for forcing him to salvage reputation! Lord Dain can't wait to put the infuriating bluestocking in her place -- and in some amorous position. And if this means marriage, so be it -- though Sebastian is less than certain he can continue to remain aloof...and steal his heart to the sensuous, head strong lady's considerable charms.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 1995
Pages no: 375
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Fairy Tales
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
, Beauty And The Beast
Series: Scoundrels (#3)
This was published back in the mid '90s, a time friends kept trying to get me into romance and failing miserably. I really wish one of them had given me this. This book stars an alpha-male and the heroine has sensibilities more in line with modern times, but spends the narrative critiquing its genre...
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So, I've now read the most famous of modern historical romances. I wasn't expecting much; historical romances keep disappointing me again and again, and I wasn't much impressed by this author's other book I read, The Devil's Delilah. But to my surprise, Lord of Scoundrels worked magically. There are...
After last week's disastrous reading experience, I felt I needed a palate cleanser. I also wanted to dip in to the "canon" of romance novels, and choose an older title that seemed to be a reader favorite. Finally, I love historical romance; contemporary is fun, but I often find that the cultural ref...
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