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THE MANY SINS OF LORD CAMERON
by Jennifer Ashley

Genre: Historical Romance, England, Victorian Period
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Victorian England

2011 Innovative Historical Romance Nominee

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Innovative as ever, Ashley’s third novel about the Mackenzie brothers is a beautifully written, tender, touching romance that will leave readers breathless. Her strong characterizations and poignant yet sensual storytelling draw readers into her unforgettable love stories. This is not simply a romance, but a journey into the soul.

It is well known that Lord Cameron Mackenzie loves his son and his horses and his mistresses have no complaints. Ainsley Douglas is loyal to a fault. Six years ago Cameron caught her sneaking around his bedroom and would have taken the beauty to his bed, but she refused to betray her husband. But when he finds the now widowed Ainsley snooping around again he has no qualms about wanting her. On a secret mission to retrieve letters belonging to Queen Victoria, Ainsley has no time for passion, but she has never forgotten the spark of desire Cam lit long ago. With the Queen’s reputation at stake Ainsley agrees to play along with Cam. She has no idea that Cam doesn’t play by the rules or that their mutual desire will turn to love. She must complete her mission, after which she will allow her passion for Cam, her concern for his son and her adoration of his horse to be part of her life. What Ainsley doesn’t realize is that she has the power to heal the pain of Cam’s past. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Aug., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: August 2011

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