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Ms. Jewel always finds a new take on Regency romances, so fair warning there's a lot of boxing terms and discussions. I found it interesting, but it's probably not everyone's cup of tea. Lucy and Thrale are a good match, their sex scenes are hot even while the romance is a slow-burning affair. The romance wrap-up happens pretty quickly at the end; I personally would have liked a bit more leading up to that, but another fine story in the Sinclair series.
Eventually their hunger for each other became very intense and the sex scenes were fairly graphic when they did occur. They were just shy of too much for me and I was relieved that the H was very solicitous of the h, honorable and concerned with her comfort. He clearly loved her and was playing the long game in hopes of a future with her.
"Lord Ruin" the first book in this series was very enjoyable and this novel was even better. It was character driven with three dimensional main characters and written by someone who clearly appreciates good literature and writes well herself. I do wish there had been one more chapter or an epilogue as it was disappointing to have it end rather abruptly. Hopefully, a future book about Lucy's sister, Emily, will fill out more details and show Mr. Sinclair getting his proper punishment. With luck, that book might even contain some real historical information or characters and not just illustrate the morals and manners of the time period!
The poor Sinclair sisters have the worst, most selfish and self centered father imaginable. To say he is loathsome would be charitable.
I have now completed the three book series. Color me impressed. I loved all three installments.