Image of Three Nights with a Scoundrel


Image of Three Nights with a Scoundrel

This last book in The Stud Club trilogy is similar to Dare’s previous novels, and can be read as a stand-alone romance, though it is far better to read the entire trilogy. The well-written, fast-paced story; characters of great emotional depth, courage and passion combine to support an outstanding love story between people of different backgrounds. This book is hard to put down, as well as thought provoking.

Julian Bellamy blames himself for the murder of his friend and founder of the Stud Club, Leo Chatwick. He feels compelled to find the killer. Leo’s sister, Lily, has secretly loved Julian and is appalled at the physical and emotional toll Leo’s death has taken on him. Even though Julian adores Lily, he believes his background makes him unworthy. Lily reaches out to Julian with a reckless passion to break down his self-imposed barriers. But can her love and desire withstand secrets from Julian’s past? (BALLANTINE, Aug., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin