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Image of A Talent for Sin


Image of A Talent for Sin

Kent's fantastic debut immediately
captures your attention with its sensual
and delightfully humorous yet poignant story. The characters' emotional growth and understanding that society's rules are far less important than accepting one's own self-worth will resonate with today's readers.

Lady Violet Carrington, a beautiful widow with both money and freedom, fears that any potential new husband would treat her as a possession. She has long stopped thinking about love and happily ever after.

The man who loves her, Peter St. John, is seven years younger than she. The wealthy lord views a wife as someone to love, cherish, protect and, most importantly, be his partner and equal forever. Violet risks much on an emotional journey to understand the depth of Peter's love and acceptance. The risks she takes could bring her happiness or ruin. (AVON, Jun., 380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin