Much Ado About Rogues
Meet the Blackthorn Brothers—three unrepentant scoundrels infamous for being mad, bad and perilous to love.Who is the darkly handsome Don John "Black Jack" Blackthorn? With his air of mystery and menace, the whispers about him hint of highwayman or government agent or even dark prince. But no one... show more
Meet the Blackthorn Brothers—three unrepentant scoundrels infamous for being mad, bad and perilous to love.Who is the darkly handsome Don John "Black Jack" Blackthorn? With his air of mystery and menace, the whispers about him hint of highwayman or government agent or even dark prince. But no one knows what it is Black Jack does…or how dangerous he can truly be. Now Jack's mentor has disappeared, and Jack must track him down before it's too late. His unlikely help: the man's daughter—the very woman Jack had once wooed and betrayed.Lady Tess Fonteneau knows more about the fine art of clandestine activities—and about the mysterious Mr. Blackthorn—than he realizes. As their journey leads them on the adventure of a lifetime, their reunion is fraught with passion, high-stakes danger and the one twist of fate Jack never saw coming….
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 20th 2012
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 379
Edition language: English
Series: Blackthorn Brothers (#3)
This is most definitely the best book in this little trilogy. It’s definitely a close race, but I think Black Jack really outshines his brothers. I was positively riveted throughout the entire book, and only a little deterred by a little plot confusion.Intrigue and cunning games can be confusing. I ...
Reading through the series: not a favorite, but it was OK
2.5 starsBlack Jack, the middle Blackthorn brother, is a secret operative for the crown, mainly handling their dirty jobs. This time he's assigned a mission that will test his believes and loyalties: find and eliminate his former mentor, Sinjon, who has run loose with some very dangerous secrets in ...
'Black Jack' Blackthorn. He has been very mysterious in the previous two books in this series so I was happy to finally have his story. What exactly Jack does is a mystery to his two brothers but when Jack's mentor, who taught him all his tricks from killing to stealing, goes missing, the governme...
I've been looking forward to this book ever since Jack was first introduced in The Taming of the Rake. He's the dark one among the three Blackstone bastards. He's mysterious and broody and I couldn't wait to learn his secrets and watch him surrender to love. Sadly, the book did not live up to my exp...