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by Kate Moore

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

2011 British Isle-set Historical Romance Nominee

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The last of the Sons of Sin trilogy is a beautifully rendered love story. Readers will fall in love with Moore’s hero, admire her heroine and savor every moment of their reading experience.

As a child Kit Jones was kidnapped by men hired by his bitter grandfather, the Duke of Wenlocke, because Kit had a claim on the title. For years he roamed London as a street urchin. Even after his escape he feared returning home would bring harm to his brothers until they found him. Though he has been legally recognized as the duke’s heir, he remains Kit, not the Marquess of Daventry, the only one who cares for a band of urchins in a dark and dangerous rookery. Unjustly accused of murder, Emma Portland becomes a pawn in the duke’s scheme to be rid of Kit. She tutors Kit’s boys and reports his activities to the duke. Her spirit and compassion slowly win the unruly boys over. And it is so easy for Emma to fall for Kit as they are caught between their past lives, lies and an uncertain future. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Sep., 380 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin


Published: September 2011

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