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by Laurel McKee
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Reading Romances
Reading Romances rated it 4 years ago
Laurel is a skillful and talented storyteller, I couldn't get enough, turning the pages in a frenzy to see how the plot would develop. Interesting main characters who are great together, and a not so typical story made this book special in my opinion. I won't give away much about the plot line, but ...
Mother.GAMER.Writer
Mother.GAMER.Writer rated it 5 years ago
Originally Reviewed At: Mother/Gamer/WriterRating: 5 out of 5 ControllersReview Source: PublisherReviewer: HeatherFamily feuds have a way of destroying everything they touch. The one between the Huntington and St. Claire families is no different. Set in the late 1800’s, Two Sinful Secrets is full of...
BookHounds
BookHounds rated it 5 years ago
Recently widowed and now Mrs. Westman, Lady Sophia Huntington has fallen on hard times, banished from her family after eloping against their wishes, she resorts to managing a gambling establishment to support herself. At a masked event, she has just won an outrageous wager which should set her u...
Red Hot Books
Red Hot Books rated it 5 years ago
3.5 StarsLaurel McKee continues her Scandalous St Claires series with this second installment, featuring Dominic St Claire (brother to Lily, the heroine in book 1) and Sophia (cousin to Aidan, book 1's hero.) I was really looking forward to this, since their first encounter eclipsed the primary roma...
Effortlessly Reading
Effortlessly Reading rated it 5 years ago
Won Two Sinful Secrets from Goodreads First Reads. Did not receive it yet, but when I do, I will get to reading it soon.
Lisa/Rogues Under the Covers
Lisa/Rogues Under the Covers rated it 5 years ago
Lady Sophia Huntington has always been a bit of a black sheep to her proper family. She likes to have fun and not bow to the rules of society all the time and she elopes with a man that causes her family to shun her. With his passing, she is in dire needs of funds and having always been good at ca...
Nita Good Book
Nita Good Book rated it 5 years ago
In my review of the first book in this series, One Naughty Night, I wrote I hoped this was a series that would get better after the first book. That book had a great premise, but I thought the book focused a little too much on their physical relationship and the feud between the two families seemed ...
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