The Last Hellion : Scoundrels

  • by Loretta Chase
  • Narrated by Kate Reading
  • Series: Scoundrels
  • 12 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Duke of Ainswood, Vere Mallory - the last of the infamous Mallory hellions - lives a charmed life: he's rich, titled, and exceedingly handsome. And he's seemingly bent on throwing it all away in his reckless race toward self-destruction, until a devastatingly beautiful blonde amazon literally knocks him off his feet.
Lydia Grenville has devoted herself to protecting London's less fortunate. She has no patience for dissolute aristocrats and would like nothing more than to get his big, strong, handsome carcass out of her path so she can continue her work. But Ainswood could never resist a challenge - especially in female form - or trouble, which seems to follow Lydia like a stray puppy. When real trouble appears it's all or nothing for the duke and his annoyingly headstrong female!


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

"I want a love that feels like a dream"

A VERY well written book and very engaging storyline. Characters are very well developed and the story is well thought out. I liked everything about it. The only reason I gave it a 4 star is because as good as the book was it was just not what I give a 5 star for. I give 5 stars to the ones I spend every minute of my life I can spare listening to. I even cut from sleep to know what happens next. This however was an excellent book.
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- Cam

Sensual transformation.....loved it!

Second best book in the series. More comparable to The Lord of Scoundrels...but not quite there but so dang close. Way better than book 1 and 2. I felt like 3 and 4 were in a class of their own.

It is amazing how Chase can make us love a previously hated character. Ainswood is wonderful. Lydia and Ainswood's banter makes the story so fun and interesting. Lydia is a great heroine....perfect combo of beauty and strength....independent but not off putting.

Loved Susan. Could not get enough of the way Ainswood spoke to Susan.

Had trouble understanding the time line with book 2, but I don't guess it mattered much....just odd and it made no difference in the grand scheme of things.

I didn't want it to end. Seriously credit worthy...but must read AFTER Lord of Scoundrels.
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- Elizabeth

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-12-2015
  • Publisher: NYLA