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Lord of Sin Mass Market Paperback – April 26, 2005
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Weeks pass and Ewan cannot get Bride out of his mind. Then suddenly she appears on his doorstep, sisters in tow, having been evicted from their home. What Ewan does not know is that Bride has another reason for coming to London. She is trying to find out who stole her late father's templates for forged banknotes, before she and her sisters can be implicated. What Bride does not know is that Ewan, an expert on engravings, is investigating reports of forged banknotes on behalf of the government. With deception and intrigue swirling around them, can true love prevail for this passionate pair?Read more ›
Ewan McLean is a grand seducer of women. All he cares about is enjoying the pleasures of the flesh and adding to his collection of erotic art. Until he grants the death bed wish of his uncle to right an old wrong, that is. Now Ewan is off to Scotland to grant this request and his life changes abruptly as a result.
Bride Cameron is the sole support of her family that consists of herself and three younger sisters. They make their living by doing engravings using their father's old equipment, and by a secret mission that could get them into big trouble if ever discovered. The last thing she needs is an overbearing man coming into their home with the strange idea that he should support them.
Sparks fly between Ewan and Bride from their first meeting, and those sparks grow into a burning desire as they journey back to London to try and track down the person who is forging money and priceless works of art. As Bride works her way in to Ewan's heart, he begins to wonder if his life would be better with her in his bed... as his wife.
Madeline Hunter has written another lush historical to delight her many fans. In this story she even gets to demonstrate her remarkable knowledge of art, which is the focal point of her career outside of her books. It is more than evident that she knows her stuff where the history of the art of printing is concerned. Readers will love to see the results of the compilation of both of her careers in this book.
Readers who have read previous books in the Seducer series will remember the carefree Ewan. It is delightful to see how he grows and changes throughout this story. Bride is a force to be reckoned with as well, with a fiery temperament to match her flame-colored hair.Read more ›
1. I can appreciate a hero who is a rake, but I found Ewan disgusting and shallow. Someone who gets excited by having sex in front of others, who is (in)famous for organizing and participating in orgies, who collects expensive erotic art that cannot be displayed freely, who abhors responsibility, and who is completely amoral is not hero material for me. Eeewww! And then the reader is supposed to believe that this "hero" will be content in a regular, monogamous relationship, ugh!
2. The heroine didn't fare much better. She held on to her secrets for way too long, trying my patience. It seemed to me that the conflict was too contrived and took over the romance to the point where it overwhelmed the development of the characters and their relationship.
3. The setting of the story and the information about engraving and forgery was interesting, but extremely detailed. This was another element that only served to dilute the romance that was supposed to be the central part of the story.
4. The "efforts" of the h/h to be discreet about their relationship seemed pointless and useless. How did Bride expect her sisters to be virtuous when she was carrying on a sexual relationship under their noses for the second time?Read more ›
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Lord Of Sin by Madeline Hunter is a fantastic historical romance. This well written tale of Bride and Ewan twists it's way from Scotland to London. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Deb D
I really enjoy Madeline Hunter. No only does she spin a good yarn, but she manages to do so without being overly anachronistic. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
... earlier books in series are much better. Hero would have been more sympathetic (and believable) with a history of a little less debauchery. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Reader
I am a fan of Madeline Hunter and this book didn't dissopoint me either. We have met the hero Ewan McLean in previous books of this series. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sunneva Jaarlintytär
I have read many books by Madeline Hunter and have enjoyed all of them. This one was a very good read. Well written and interesting.Published on December 26, 2012 by HouseKitty
Love Madeline Hunter and this is a good one in the series. Good interaction between the main characters. Hunter can create the growth of their passion for each other.Published on May 13, 2012 by hbates
Ms. Hunter kept me interested throughout this tale. I did want to find out how the secret would unfold. Read morePublished on December 22, 2010 by D. Salvagin La Deetda Reads
MH develops some of the most unique plots in romance. Ewan's and Bride's story revolved the interesting world of engraving which made for an interesting sideline but it did detract... Read morePublished on July 7, 2009 by KBT
Plot Summary: Ewan McLean is one seriously randy guy whose carefree lifestyle comes to a halt when his dying Uncle requests that the next Earl of Lyndale protect a ruined family. Read morePublished on April 24, 2009 by Mrs. Baumann