I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I have not read the previous entry in the series, but this is not a problem for me as the author has crafted a story that stands perfectly well on its own.
Nicholas Eastwood is the black sheep of the family. Thanks to his heroism in war, he is to be rewarded with a title that surpasses that of his father and older brother. All he must do is remain scandal-free while the House of Lords and the Prince Regent deliberate.
Adelaide Bursnell, is believed dead by her family after she is sent away in secrecy and disgrace. Returning now to hold the man who seduced her accountable, she seeks to regain all that she has lost.
Can these two people but their past behind them and avoid the scandal that hovers around them?
This is an interesting read with well-developed characters.I would recommend it to anyone who loves a devilish Rakehell and a determined woman.