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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (November 30, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061491039
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061491030
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,806 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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For the first time in her life, Lady Siusan Sinclair might actually have to work for a living. If she hadn’t ducked into the darkened library during the gala for Sebastian Beaufort, the new Duke of Exeter, she never would have encountered the tall, dark, and oh-so-sexy man who mistook her for his prearranged assignation. Instead of thinking things through, Siusan gives in to the moment, only to later realize that if word gets out about her romantic interlude, she will be ruined. To get out of London, Siusan accepts a post as the new instructress of social graces at Mrs. Huddleston’s School of Virtues in Bath. Things actually seem to be working out better than Siusan expected, until the Duke of Exeter suddenly turns up at Mrs. Huddleston’s to retrieve his new ward. The third installment in Caskie’s devilishly clever Seven Sins series delivers a dazzling combination of scintillating romance and wicked wit. --John Charles


"...a naughty Cinderella story with a couple of twists....compelling" --New York Journal of Books

"An enchanting, beautifully rendered love story.  A 'capture your heart' love story." --Romantic Times BOOKreview Magazine

"I absolutely adored The Duke's Night of Sin and cannot wait to read about the remaining siblings in the Seven Deadly Sins saga." --Fresh Fiction

More About the Author

Kathryn Caskie is the USA TODAY best-selling author of the hilariously clever Regency-set romances. She lives outside of Washington, DC with her family, two cats, Borders Collies and a Chihuahua with a Napoleon complex.

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Customer Reviews

It was an okay read, but not a page turner.
L. Frase
The characters are not well developed, neither is the plot for that matter.
Perhaps this is covered in an earlier book.
Joyously Retired Teacher

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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By romancecritic on December 4, 2010
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This story is as superficial as anything one can come up with. It was very disappointing. The reason I bought it, was because the sample seemed promising. However, that is all that was/is promising about this book.
The characters are not well developed, neither is the plot for that matter.
Our Heroine is supposed to mature and find her own way in the world, as she (along with her 6 siblings) has continously disappointed her father, so he has issued an ultimatum. This maturing happens while she teaches young girls (after she has run away to hide, mind you - a very mature thing indeed) to pour tea, shop, and the proper way to use their fans, whilst publishing a column about the very same things. HMMM!!! Quiet the maturing, character building experience.
Also, she seems rather promiscious. She slept with our Hero (who in my opinion is a bit of a fool, not that anticipated alpha male) at the very beginning of the book, in a library, cast in shadows (so they both do not know each other's identities) as a moment of loneliness, missing her dead fiance. I can understand that; however, she then sleeps with the hero again, after being introduced to him as someone not himself (and he thinks he recognizes her, but isn't quiet sure). And here is another issue, her love for her fiance has vanished; she has not mentioned him or thought of him since the first few chapters in the book.
The love story between the two is not at all well developed. They are thrown into each others' company and nothing of consequence happens. There is no witty banter, no discussions whatsoever. How are they supposed to get to know one another and develop a relationship.
Our hero's history is also bland.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 7, 2010
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Sebastian Beaufort, Duke of Exeter, has not been able to forget the passionate interlude he had in the library at party. The only problem is, it was so dark he's not sure exactly who his lover was. Lady Siusan Sinclair is one of what Society considers "The Seven Deadly Sins," one of the seven children of the Duke of Sinclair. She was in the library mourning the anniversary of her fiancé's death when Sebastian arrived for a tryst with another woman. Thinking to escape the pain she succumbed to his seduction, little knowing it could lead to the possible destruction of her reputation. But now that she and Sebastian are in constant contact with each other, can she keep herself from telling him the truth, especially as she falls in love with him?

Loaded with passion and intrigue The Duke's Night of Sin has introduced me to a whole new world which I am compelled to explore! How have I missed this series? I will be running to pick up the other books in The Seven Deadly Sins series and am immediately adding Kathryn Caskie to my "must read authors" list!

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By incognito on December 1, 2010
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This is the story of Siusan Sinclair, one of Scotland's "7 deadly sins"; Siusan and her 6 siblings were raised by their Father who pretty much let them run wild after their Mother passed away. All of Scotland knew these 7 kids to be trouble, and so as a defensive mechanism against peoples ridicule and scorn they each embraced one of the 7 sins as their own. These siblings do the shocking and barely bat an eye; they're also very close and dependent on each other. Their Father, the Duke, has cast all 7 out with just enough money to cover the essentials, and threatening to cast them out permanently unless they reform and restore honor and respectability to the Sinclair name. Caskie's series is taking us through these siblings one at a time, this story is Siusan's who represents sloth.

The book starts at a gala celebrating Sebastian's recently becoming the Duke of Exeter, after the death of his brother. Siusan happens upon his planned tryst in a darkened library and is immediately mistaken for someone else. Sebastian is slightly inebriated when this happens and wakens the following morning to nothing but faint memories of the night before, and of course a goal to find this girl.

Siusan, immediately after leaving the library realizes she just *met* the Duke of Exeter, and knows she must hide herself in case he recognizes her. Siusan is doing her damnedest to follow her Father's order, not for the sake of respectability, but rather so she can stay with her siblings(and not be cast out, which aside from how close the siblings are to each other, she would go so she wouldn't jeopardize her siblings changes of restoring their Father's wealth/respect - no signs of her "sloth" like behavior).
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mary Gramlich VINE VOICE on December 2, 2010
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Sebastian Beaufort, The Duke of Exeter is trying to avoid obtaining a wife, making a grand entrance and survive his newly obtained title. Lady Siusan Sinclair is attempting to regain her father's favor, not commit any additional family sins which is difficult when you family has been labeled the Seven Deadly Sins and stay under any bachelor's radar.

When Siusan and Sebastian have a clandestine meeting every good intention flyies out the window and they both are seeking additional sins that might not have been broken on the sofa, in the dark, without an exchange of names. Siusan does not want Sebastian to know who she is so fleeing to the far regions of England and becoming a teacher makes the most sense. But her idea of what to teach the young girls is much different than they are used to because she wants them to be educated and learn to run a household - very scandalous.

Sebastian can't give up Siusan and seeks her out and when he finds her the pretense of games has to stop. She must admit who she is to him and confess the one sin she keeps committing - lying about her feelings for him. Yet Siusan has other ideas and pursing them will let her stay at the School of Virtues and further educate the girls as well as write a manual for all the other young women seeking knowledge of how to grow up and become respectable wives. Sebastian has other ideas and he keeps pushing them onto Siusan and yet she pulls back still trying to save her reputation and restore family honor.

But rain, snow, distance nor carriage accidents can keep them apart and Sebastian will do but is honorable as well as desirable toward Siusan.
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