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Friday, August 5, 2011

Review: The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley


Author: Jennifer Ashley
Titel: The Many Sins of Lord Cameron
Publisher: Penguin/Berkley
Genre: Historical Romance
Series: Highland Pleasures #3
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Goodreads Description
 A renowned rake, Cameron Mackenzie doesn't care if Ainsley Douglas has a virtuous excuse for sneaking around his bedchamber. He only cares that she's at his mercy. One kiss at a time, he plans to seduce her. But what starts out as a lusty diversion may break Cam's own rules.
Finally!!! After waiting for seemingly endless months, this book was finally published. This is the third book in the Highland Pleasure series which tells the stories of the Mackenzie brothers. The main character in this books is Cameron, the second oldest MacKenzie brother. Cam already met Ainsley six years ago, when they almost had an affair. Now she is a widow and once again he finds her unexpectedly in his bedroom. She is sneaking around to find some love letters, written by the queen. They are used for blackmailan dit is Ainsley's mission to recover them safely. CAmeron offers his help and during their adventures these two come a lot closer.
I had so much fun reading this book. I couldn't put it down for even 5 minutes. Both main characters are portrayed in away that they become alive. I was especially fond of Cam. First he seems to be a very rough guy who isn't bother over much with anything except his horses and maybe his son. But the more you get to know him it becomes obvious that he is very sensitive and hurt inside. Like most men he doesn't want anyone to know his weaknesses. Jennifer Ashley is definitely not afraid to create quite unusual heroes. At least I have never read about abuse with a male victim in a historical romance. Not a nice topic but a refreshing way of recreating the genre. And the whole story was just lovely. In addition it was a bonus to meat the characters of the first two books (Ian/Beth and Mac/Isabella) gain and catch up with their live. Overall a great book/story which I read through in one go.
And now I'm eagerly awaiting the fourth book in the series.

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1 Comments:

At Sep 30, 2011, 5:43:00 AM , Blogger June M. said...

I have been wanting to read this series, but I have been kind-of burnt out on historicals for a while. This sounds like a really good series though. On the subject of heros who were abused, Sabrina Jeffries did have one in LET SLEEPING ROGUES LIE, one of the books in the Heiress Series (reoccurring characters but stand alone stories). It is one of my favorites so this one really interests me.

 

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