The second book in London's trilogy about the Lockhart family's search for a priceless artifact sends Griffin Lockhart to London to retrieve the golden beastie his brother, Liam, left behind when he brought home a bride.

Intent upon finding the beastie, Griffin disguises himself as a Scottish earl and follows the only clue he has: that a woman named Amelia is in possession of the beastie. He turns to socialite Anna Addison for help, but she uncovers his identity and threatens the entire mission.

The problem is that when Griffin abducts Anna, he finds himself stuck with a woman who is far too attractive, far too sensual and just right for him.

The pace never slows as London whisks us through the social whirl of Regency England while Griffin hunts for the beastie. But best of all is the heated passion that sparks between Griffin and Anna and the highly emotional story that unfolds along with the mystery of the missing woman. London satisfies readers and keeps them eager for the next installment. SENSUAL (Feb., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin