Make no mistake about it: Adele Ashworth is back. Elegantly written, refreshingly adult, and over-the-moon erotic, Duke of Sin marks the. Vivian Rael–Lamont lives peacefully in the small town of Penzance, Cornwall, where everybody believes her to be widowed, when in truth she left London unwi . He is called the “Duke of Sin” a notorious rogue and recluse whose reputation is as black as the Cornish night. They speak of his conquests, his past, and his.
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Ashworth takes two wounded characters and gives them love worth fighting for. An interesting heroine, a perfumer in France, is left by her husband on their wedding night. For while the duke is intrigued by the guarded, intoxicating lady who has invaded his solitude — and fully intends to discern her every secret through sweet, unhurried seduction — it is his own heart that will be imperiled when passion takes them farther than he ever intended.
It was all wrapped up too conveniently and no epilogue!?!
Duke of Sin
I love reading from Adele Ashworth, her books are always filled with characters that captivate the heart and with a tender love that ashaorth between the two characters, that I find myself aching for the same kind of love. The end however was way to sweet for my taste and left me with a mild case of diabetes I’m not going to tell you here, you’ll know the second you read them adle ones they are. I understand why he didn’t in the beginning but there was a certain point where he should have told her.
Such a tender, lovely story about two people all alone in the world finding each other. Another name crossed out.
And the way Ashworth tied it all together in the end was intriguing. Thanks for telling us about the problem. All’s well, until someone threatens to reveal her married status and expose her to scandal—unless she can obtain an original, signed adepe of a Shakespearian play, owned by none other than the reclusive and mysterious William Raleigh, Duke of Trent.
Sometimes it happens that way. Not only was Adele a bit lacking in genius to put it bluntlybeing five feet and two inches tall, and possessing quite possibly the shortest legs in the history of womanhood left Adele doing ashworfh in talent portions of the contests, but lacking other…necessary attributes.
Make no mistake about it: Ashworth seems to be a good storyteller arele the writing and word choice is sometimes awkward.
Series: Duke’s Trilogy
My problems with the book are spoiler-ish concerning the ending so here goes: Mar 16, Whitney rated it really liked it Shelves: She was passionate about reclaiming what was taken from her, passionate about her company.
Much to her mother’s chagrin, Adele was caught in a heated discussion with a telephone operator who insisted it simply wasn’t possible to put a six-year-old child through to President Nixon at the White House just to make a complaint about important programming interruption. And The scandalously handsome Samson Carlisle is not the deceiving nobleman Lady Olivia was searching for Samson knows of his sibling’s penchant for perfidy and he graciously offers to help the exquisite Olivia locate the missing rogue and recover her stolen fortune.
There were a few sex scenes but they were somewhat tame and tastefully written. Nov 01, Michelle rated it liked it.
I enjoyed reading about characters who were more mature and sensible than usual. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Off the top of my head: But he is willing to hand over the evidence, if she will retrieve a dduke of Shakespeare’s from none other than the Duke of Trent.
Second, Sam, ot hero, has basically withdrawn from society for the past 10 years after society mistakenly identifies Sam as the brother who engaged in kinky sexual hijinks.
Jul 17, RIF rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 12, Serena rated it really liked it Shelves: Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the “works” in question. Will is what made this book so spectacular for me. Sdele that said woman supposedly gave birth to Sam’s child?!?!?