Pleasures of a Notorious Gentleman
As the black sheep second son of an Earl, Stephen Lyons has gained a reputation in the art of seduction, but when his wicked ways result in scandal, he joins the army to redeem himself. On the battlefield, he proves courageous . . . until he is seriously wounded. Returning home to recover, he... show more
As the black sheep second son of an Earl, Stephen Lyons has gained a reputation in the art of seduction, but when his wicked ways result in scandal, he joins the army to redeem himself. On the battlefield, he proves courageous . . . until he is seriously wounded. Returning home to recover, he discovers he can't remember the angelic beauty who arrives at his doorstep, his babe nestled in her arms. Mercy Dawson will risk everything to protect the son of the dashing soldier she once knew and admired. When Stephen offers to do the honorable thing, she is determined that London's most notorious gentleman will desire her and no other. But Mercy fears that what began as an innocent deception could destroy her dreams and their blossoming love if Stephen ever learns the scandalous truth . . . They are masters of seduction, London's greatest lovers. Living for pleasure, they will give their hearts to no one . . . until love takes them by surprise.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 30th 2010
Pages no: 372
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
, Victorian Romance
Series: London's Greatest Lovers (#2)
Stephen Lyons, yes, the guy who was the catalyst for the conflict in the first book in this series, has recently returned from Crimea, his body riddled with scars and his mind blank of the past two years. His last memory being taking tea with his brother’s wife, it’s as if he’s never even been to th...
Wasn't it poorly written? NoDid I have a lot of difficulties staying with the story? Not really, I wasn't that crazy about it but I kind of enjoyed reading it. Is it a bad story? Not at allSo what's my problem? 1. Mercy's self-serving lies: I think people make mistakes. I am not that much of a goody...
Pleasures of a Notorious Gentleman is the second book in Heath's "London's Greatest Lovers" trilogy about three brothers who are famously good in bed.I have to give this one a meh review just as I did the first one. Unfortunately it has a trope that I hate and it went on far too long. The heroine ke...
2.5 starsI just didn't really care for this one. It took me forever to get through, because I kept finding another book that held my interest more. I finally made myself sit down and finish it tonight. It was depressing and slow moving. There was almost no laughter or happiness other than the li...