The Rogue, Tristan Caraway, Viscount Dare, needs to be taught a lesson and Lady Georgiana Halley knows she is the woman to teach him. What better opportunity to torment him than to move into his house in London? It will be perfectly respectable for she will be hired to care for his sweet aunts, Milly and Edwina.

Dare knows he must keep up appearances if he is to have any chance of saving the family name. He has resigned himself to marrying for money. There is little choice due to his father's gambling debts. And then there is his own scandal.

He once wagered that he could gain a lady's affections, an affront Georgiana never forgot. What will he do now that she is living under his roof?

Suzanne Enoch creates memorable characters. They have energy and passion, though some readers might find Tristan's sometimes violent behavior disturbing. SENSUAL (Jun., 380 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Gabrielle Pantera