Reader Review: I've been waiting for Penelope's story to be written ever since I knew she married for convenience in Miranda's love story. I hated that ending and am glad that the author decided to write and give Pene her own happily ever after. It's interesting to see Penelope realize that the only fault that Miranda committed and was condemned for was falling in love. Her own journey to the same end as her sister is worth reading.
Prim, headstrong, and beautiful Penelope is determined to expose the licentious affairs of the ton 's randiest rakes. Now one of their powerful number—the unrepentant libertine Jeremy Vaughn, Duke of Kilgrath—has been selected to put an end to the prudish lady's interference. Jeremy's plan is devilishly clever: He will join Penelope's war against immorality, fighting passionately by her side, all the while showering her with anonymous erotic missives designed to titillate even the coldest, most unwilling maid. He will break down her defenses and inflame her repressed desires by escorting her (in the interests of their "noble campaign") to London's most notorious pleasure palaces. And he will visit her boudoir—masked—during the night to school her in the deliciously sinful arts she wishes to abolish. Then he will expose her hypocrisy to the world.
But the handsome rogue's scheme is doomed to go awry, even as the lovely Penelope sheds her every inhibition and freely gives in to his every whim. For in this sensuous game of hearts, it's the seducer who becomes seduced . . .
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|Title of Erotic eBook: Something Reckless||Series: Albright Sisters, , #2|
|Release Date: 04-22-2008|
|Publisher: HarperCollins e-books|
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"The woman must be stopped."
Jeremy Vaughn, the Duke of Kilgrath, looked up from his snifter of port with a frown as he watched his friend Anthony Wharton storm around the private room at Worthington's Club.
"What woman?" he asked before he took a long puff of his cigar.
David Forster, the Marquis of Chartsford glared at him. "Great God, Kilgrath, what do you mean what woman? We're talking about Penelope Norman."
Anthony nodded his head, his scowl deepening. "Exactly. The woman is a deuced menace."
Jeremy shrugged, grinding out the remains of his cigar in a sterling silver ashtray as he pictured Lady Norman. With her lithe frame, long, flowing blond hair, and turquoise eyes, Penelope wasn't exactly the kind of woman a man of his appetites could ignore. And even if he could, her recent crusade against the sensual excess of the men of the Upper Ten Thousand was making her the current talk of the ton.
Still, he could hardly believe she was worth all this ruckus. He came to Worthington's and met with his friends in order to avoid this kind of gossipy foolishness.
"How much effect can one woman truly have?" he asked mildly.
The other five men in the room all stared at him. These were his best friends. All men of means, aside from Ryan Crawford, whose father had cut him off years before. And all were men of appetites. They enjoyed every advantage their names and wealth afforded them. Especially ones that involved women.
They called themselves "the Nevers," a silly name coined by Jeremy's younger brother, Christopher, after a drunken night when the gro...
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Number of Comments: 6 Rating(s) 6 Review(s)
12 of 20 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
October 30, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from waco, TX US
Jess Michaels is fast bcoming my favorite author. Though in the first book in this series I did not like Penelope at all, I grew to like her in this one. Though I think she should have given Jeremy more trouble, she should have made him grovel more.
However, it was still an enjoyable read, good story, it will bring out your emotions. Highly recommend it.
I highly recommend this title. Its a well written
April 21, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Owings Mills, MD
I highly recommend this title. Its a well written story with a good story line, well developed characters, and lots of details... To top it all of its a scorcher... Great to curl up with on a rainy evening....
I've been waiting for Penelope's story to be writt
December 27, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Canada
I've been waiting for Penelope's story to be written ever since I knew she married for convenience in Miranda's love story. I hated that ending and am glad that the author decided to write and give Pene her own happily ever after. It's interesting to see Penelope realize that the only fault that Miranda committed and was condemned for was falling in love. Her own journey to the same end as her sister is worth reading.
You've got to have read the first part to totally
October 3, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Ontario CA
You've got to have read the first part to totally understand what's going on in the second part. Penelope's story is very intriguing. It's a woman fighting her own inner demons to discover what she truly believes to be right. In the end it's a moral sin that the two characters commit.
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