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Product Details

  • Paperback: 311 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley Pub Group; Original edition (August 2, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425240495
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425240496
  • ASIN: B00722PYZA
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 4.5 x 7.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,060,222 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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And Ainsley's one weakness is in attendance - Cameron Mackenzie.
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If you love hot, sexy, tortured highland men...don't look further than Cameron Mackenzie.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A. Schreiner on August 2, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Six years ago, Lord Cameron Mackenzie found Ainsley Douglas rooting around his bedroom. Before she left, she was seduced and had secretly taken a necklace which she thought belonged to another woman. Later, Cameron was angry she took the necklace, but more angry that she stopped the seduction. Feeling she would betray her elderly husband, she wouldn't let Cameron have his wicked way with her. For these past six years, Cameron has burned for her. Bitter and angry over his wife's scandalous death many, many years ago, Cameron has had the pleasures of many ladies in his bed. Well known for training race horses, some say he likes them better than he likes women.

In present day, Ainsley's husband has died, and not leaving her much money, she takes a position to be an aide to the Queen. The Queen wrote some letters to an admirer that could get her into much scandal if they become public - and someone has those letters and is blackmailing the Queen. It is Ainsley's job to find the letters, and return them. She just so happens to see a woman put a letter into Lord Cameron's pocket - and that is how Ainsley finds herself rooting around Lord Cameron's bedroom again. And gets caught again.

This time Cameron is not going to let her escape. Not used to women telling him no, he likes the chase that Ainsley provides. He also becomes aware of the blackmail scheme and is determined to help Ainsley whether she wants his help or not.

I adore this series about the four Mackenzie brothers that Jennifer Ashley writes. The Many Sins of Lord Cameron is the third book, and can be read as a stand alone, although you are missing out if you haven't read the first two. The Mackenzie brothers are all wealthy, powerful, MEN. I use caps because they act so male.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Dee18 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 5, 2011
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Ainsley Douglas has the most bothersome task of circumventing a blackmail attempt against the Queen of England. An unhappily married ton darling has got it into her pretty, conniving little head to exploit Queen Victoria's private infatuation with her servant, John Brown. Ainsley, being a graduate of the Pringle Select Academy for Young Ladies and a family favourite of the Queen, has been given the mission to retrieve the incriminating love letters from the bothersome blackmailer.

The only problem is that Ainsley's only opportunity to confront the lady is at a house party being thrown by politico, Hart Mackenzie, at his family estate. And Ainsley's one weakness is in attendance - Cameron Mackenzie. Six years ago Ainsley and Cameron had a seductive near-miss where Ainsley nearly found herself committing adultery to be with the smoulderingly handsome middle Mackenzie brother. Six years on and Ainsley is a widower - Cameron is a cavorting Lothario who enjoys losing himself in horses and whiskey.

When these two join forces to curb the blackmailer sparks are reignited. Cameron is himself a widower, survivor of a horrendous marriage that ended in his wife's suicide and him being accused of her murder. The last thing he could ever want is to marry again - but Ainsley Douglas piqued his interest six years ago, and now she's back and more appealing than ever . . .

`The Many Sins of Lord Cameron' is the third book in Jennifer Ashley's deliciously decadent historical romance series; `Highland Pleasures / Mackenzies'.

I fell in love with Ashley's series last year, when I read first book `The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie.' I loved Ashley's blend of unconventional rakes, family saga and seductive romantic entanglements . . .
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27 of 36 people found the following review helpful By E. A. Montgomery on August 18, 2011
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In concept, this was a great book. In execution it missed for me. Cameron's dead wife isn't just abusive, she is psychotically abusive. Where a more realistic portrait of a man who has suffered abuse would work, Ashley decides to take it over the top and then keep going. His ex wife is a sadist, suicidal, murderous, so unhinged that it defies explanation. The reader is unable to engage with Cameron. Ainsley is more likable as a loyal and pragmatic women with a healthy attraction to this damaged man. There is simply too much of everything in The Many Sins of Lord Cameron. His best friend borders on Magical Romney, with the requisite who saved whose life backstory. In Ainsley the author tries to have it both ways. Ainsley must instantly answer the queen and obey her utterly, yet Ainsley can also run off without permission to marry and physically touch the queen after being dismissed from her court. Everything is black and white. The rival horse owner isn't misguided, he is callous and bigoted, including a refusal to make a profit if it means doing business with a Scotsman. The elements of character have all been turned up to eleven, making it impossible to ignore their clamor. This is not a bad book, but it is one I struggled to finish.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Theresa Brandt on January 9, 2015
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Jennifer Ashley's Mackenzie series follows the lives of four brothers who, after being thoroughly abused both physically and emotionally at the hands of their father, find redemption and hope for a happier life in the arms of four good women who are strong enough to help them through their respective troubles. The first in the series was about the youngest brother, Ian Mackenzie who was institutionalized for 'madness' by his father to keep his silence over what he witnessed as young boy. Lord Ian's book, while hard to read at times, is excellent. The second in the series follows Mac Mackenzie, a gifted painter who suffered at his father's hands because he thought that his interest in art made him an 'unnatural.' Although it follows the plot pattern of the first book with little more than a change of names, it is also quite good.

This book brings us to Lord Cameron, who in the previous two books is a secondary character but who is deemed by his brothers to be the toughest among the four. He is slightly bigger than his brothers, is described as physically the toughest, and is a horse trainer which is itself, a physically demanding profession. All of that would seem to indicate that he wouldn't have too much trouble defending himself from the physical assaults of a small, petite woman, specifically his first wife.

In the two previous books and the 4th book about the oldest brother, Hart Mackenzie (I read this book out of order), the abuse has come at the hands of their father. The descriptions of that abuse is horrific and produced a fair amount of angst for this reader. In Cameron's story, the abuse comes at the hands of his first wife, sometimes with his permission.
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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Jennifer Ashley writes historical and paranormal romance as Jennifer Ashley; paranormal romance and urban fantasy as Allyson James; and mysteries as Ashley Gardner. Jennifer's novels have won RWA's RITA and RT Reviewer's Choice awards among others.

For information on all her novels visit www.jennifersromances.com. Also see http://www.gardnermysteries.com (Ashley Gardner) and http://www.allysonjames.com (Allyson James) for her other works.

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