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Tempting the Scoundrel (The Seven Curses of London Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Elliott tries to send Sophia away - because he knows it will be impossible to maintain his cover with this woman, but his grandmother adores her and he doesn't have the heart to hurt her. They grow close and Sophia is sure that Elliott is not the scoundrel he wants the world to believe. However when she spies on him and is caught - he makes it clear that he is not interested in her and that he is exactly what his reputation implies.
But when danger threatens and Sophia is dragged into an assassination attempt on the Queen - Elliott will move heaven and earth to save the woman he loves. Great addition to the Seven Curses series with cameos from the previous characters.
"I liked this story best. The H is an Earl with a shocking reputation but this is cover for his activities as a spy. After being away for a month, he returns to find that his beloved grandmother has taken on a companion, the h. The H isn't happy with this because he likes to be himself when home and he fears that the h will uncover his secret. He starts off with immediately trying to get rid of her. I liked both main characters as well as the grandmother. The h does some pretty idiotic and unbelievable things like following the H around in two different situations. I think these actions detracted from what could have been a great short story."
Elliot, meanwhile, does not want her around because she may see past the part he plays as a scoundrel, to the truth that he is a spy for the Crown. That leaves the reader with two characters who very much don’t want to be together but find themselves forced upon each other and, despite their best efforts, drawn to each other.
Williams does a wonderful job developing the characters and the push and pull between them was great fun to read. I very much recommend this latest installment in the Seven Curses series!
All of the characters are engaging and the book moves at a good pace. I have not read the previous books in the series, but could easily enjoy this as a standalone. I look forward to starting at the beginning so I can get caugh up on all of the characters.
I received an ARC of this book. The choice to read and review it was all mine.
I was provided with an ARC to read and review this book and it was well worth my time to do so!
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The characters were well written, funny, loving and easy to cheer for. As it was the first of the series I had read...Read more