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by Kathryn Caskie

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Regency England

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Never was sinning more delectable than with Caskie's Sinclairs, aka the Seven Deadly Sins, who set tongues wagging with their scandalous behavior. Caskie skillfully pulls readers into a delicious romance filled with wit, sensuality and heartwarming emotions, whetting the reader's appetite for more sinfully fun stories.

Banished and disinherited
by their father, the Sinclairs must rebuild their soiled reputations. The eldest, Sterling, Marquess of Blackburn (Greed), gains the funds that will give his siblings a chance at respectability by prizefighting.

He's at Gentleman Jackson's when Miss Isobel Carington walks in, asking the wealthy gentlemen within to donate
to her charity. Sparks fly between Isobel and Sterling, and when she rebuffs him, a wager is placed at White's that Sterling will woo her into marriage. Proper Isobel does her best to defuse the situation, but Sterling is out to win. As his seduction begins, Isobel discovers there's more
to Sterling than first appears; he's kind,
gentle and willing to make sacrifices
that have her longing to surrender to
her heart's desire and experience a bit
of sin. (Avon, Dec., 354 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: December 2008

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