With her trademark sensuality and dazzling storytelling, Julia London brings us the Rogues of Regent Street, four dashing, aristocratic gentlemen whose scandalous exploits are the talk of the ton. Adrian Spence, Earl of Albright, has earned his notoriety on the dueling field, and in the finest drawing rooms - and boudoirs - of England. This is his story....
It was strictly business as Adrian Spence claimed the woman his brother desired. A hasty wedding, and Lilliana Dashell was his - sweet revenge on the father who disinherited him and the brother who let it happen. Their wedding night is a revelation as passionate, innocent Lilliana ignites fires Adrian tries desperately to deny. By day he is a stranger. By night he is the lover of her dreams, and she a shameless wanton in his arms. But Adrian is determined that no woman will ever possess him. And Lilliana knows that her only hope of taming this very dangerous gentleman is to unlock his deepest mysteries and open his shuttered heart to love....
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Not even Anne Flosnik's splendid narration...
The contrived angst between the heroine and hero. Every time he comes home to try to win her love again, she does something stupid to thwart it. The brother in law that they let hang around is like Iago. How on earth can you purport to love someone if you think they are cheating on you?
Nalini Singh's newest book
The last one since the book was over
The hero's brother should be cut. I am sure the hero and heroine can get into trouble without him
It was a reasonable read right up to the last 4 chapters, until the heroine does something contrived to definitely get herself into hot water again!
- Patricia Lynn Kempe.
Dreadful narration and weak story
Dreadful narration again by Anne Flosnik. So melodramatic that it was distracting and irritating. The characters didn't have much substance and the entire plot twist turned on poor communication and incorrect assumptions. It was just frustrating and boring. I've read better books by the author.
Less melodramatic and pathetic
- Annie May