Scandal of the Year
One tryst was all she wanted . . . From their very first meeting, Julia knew that Aidan Carr, the oh-so-proper Duke of Trathen, had a bit of the devil in him, a devil who secretly yearned for what he could not have, a devil who harbored a desire for her. So when she needed to be caught in a... show more
One tryst was all she wanted . . . From their very first meeting, Julia knew that Aidan Carr, the oh-so-proper Duke of Trathen, had a bit of the devil in him, a devil who secretly yearned for what he could not have, a devil who harbored a desire for her. So when she needed to be caught in a compromising situation, Aidan was the answer to her prayers. One tryst just wasn't enough . . . Aidan is supposed to be looking for a bride, yet his scandalous liaison with Julia is all he can think about. Hot, erotic memories of kissing her skin, falling into her bed, pulling her naked body on top of his own continue to torment and tempt him. What is it about this brazen seductress that he finds so hard to resist? And how can he stop himself from falling into her bed a second time?
Publish date: January 25th 2011
Pages no: 247
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
Series: Abandoned at the Altar (#2)
The second book in the Abandoned at the Altar series, Scandal of the Year lets us follow the tale of my two favorite people from the first book, Julia and Aiden. I didn't really like the first book all that much, but was still excited to read this. The two characters were already interesting and I w...
Started out good but kind of petered out. I was skimming heavily by the end.
The hero of the story is a fine man, but the heroine - she's supposed to be tortured and troubled. Only problem is, she's brought all of her troubles onto herself (divorce, horrible husband, huge debts) and compounded them through her own carelessness and thoughtlessness. Even though she is supposed...
Well, it was better than the last Loretta Chase novel, anyway.
::sighs contently::Why, oh why, have I waited so long to read another historical romance novel? Seriosuly, I know many of you won't understand it, but it's like comimg home. I think it's because no matter what, I know when I start one it will have a happy ending and it will make me laugh and smile...