Releasing November 22, 2016
My Rating: ❤❤❤❤❤
Spice Level: 💋💋💋
The third book in the sexy Sinful Suitors Regency romance series, this heart-pounding story shows why New York Timesbestselling author Sabrina Jeffries is one of the most beloved historical romance writers today.
To root out the card cheat responsible for her brother’s death, Miss Delia Trevor spends her evenings dancing her way through high society balls, and her late nights disguised as a young man gambling her way through London’s gaming hells. Then one night, handsome Warren Corry, the Marquess of Knightford, a notorious member of St. George’s Club, recognizes her. When he threatens to reveal her secret, she’s determined to keep him from ruining her plans, even if it means playing a cat-and-mouse game with the enigmatic rakehell.
Warren knows the danger of her game, and he refuses to watch her lose everything while gaining justice for her late brother. But when she starts to delve beneath his carefully crafted façade, can he keep her at arm’s length while still protecting her? Or will their hot desires explode into a love that transcends the secrets of their pasts?
As soon as I read what this one was about I wanted to read it! Who doesn’t love a story where the heroine dresses as a man to do something either for fun or revenge. I loved their meeting and that they both were playing a game with each other. There were times I believed he would reveal her secret to protect her or that she would be in more danger. Everything surrounding the wedding was amazing and I loved how his point of view at the alter. I was not expecting the ending and I could never have predicted who it was that cheated her brother.
Delia thought she had the perfect plan to catch the man that caused her brother’s death and save their home, but she didn’t realize how dangerous it the what if’s could be. I loved how bold she was and that she did what she wanted. She was sweet, protective and didn’t think the worst of things that Warren did.
Warren had painful secrets from his childhood that kept him up at all hours of the night so he said he would never marry. I loved how he took care of others without realizing it most of the time because it was in his nature. When his childhood was revealed It made him even more loveable.
They were perfect for each other and had odd, but cute nicknames for each other. I loved Flossie the cat and her aunt.
*I received a copy from the author and NetGalley in exchange for my honest review*