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"A desperate heroine, a determined hero, and a villain fixated on vengeance inter-act beautifully in this intricate story of wicked schemes, lies, and double-dealing, blissfully relieved with passion and lighthearted humor. -VERDICT Moore has hit her stride with this marvelously rewarding conclusion to her "Sons of Sin" trilogy. Fans will hope for more of Moore's sinful delights to come." --"Library Journal" (starred review)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Even though I really admired the heroine, couldn't quite buy into this story 8 Sept. 2011
By Melissa - Published on
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I would have enjoyed Kate Moore's latest novel To Seduce an Angel more if she had set the story about six or seven years later than she did. I simply could not get past the fact that the lead characters were so very young but acted as if they were much older, especially the hero.

Hero Kit Jones the Marquess of Daventry has led a very different life than most aristocrats. He was kidnapped at thirteen, chained to a bed for two years by a depraved man, escaped at fifteen and lived for years with a group of pickpocket thieves in the rookery of London, reconnected with his family and now after a legal battle with his insanely greedy grandfather has been given his deceased father's title and lands. He has not forgotten his band of pickpockets; they live in his sprawling huge manor outside London. Daventry is twenty years old and well adjusted for a man who has had one horrible experience after another (including some hints at being a target of sexual assault by his kidnapper).

Daventry wants his charges to have a leg up on the world and he realizes their best opportunity is to receive an education, so he advertises for a tutor. He is surprised when a young pretty woman applies for the job.

Emma Portland is desperate. The reader is given small glimpses of her background. She was imprisoned with her family years before, escaped with her cousin and baby and lost her brother. Her cousin and baby are no longer with her but she hopes they have caught a ship to America. Emma is being blackmailed by the Duke of Wenlocke to spy on Daventry, if she refuses, a false accusation will be lodged against her with the magistrate.

Emma and Daventry have an instant attraction and she gets the job of tutoring by using her fine negotiating skills. Emma hates spying but enjoys being around the boys and especially Dav. Emma knows she must escape so she is constantly vigilant and carefully planning her secret departure.

Even though these leads do have a quick connection I never quite believed their story. Daventry at twenty acted much older than his years, too old actually. He seemed more like a thirty-five year old. Yes, he had a difficult life but I had a hard time believing that in three years he would have matured into the aristocratic Marquess. He did not bother himself much with his lands and estate management but rather was intent upon training for a boxing match which in some ways bespoke of a young man but did not explain why his older brothers encouraged his physical training and not his education on the responsibilities of an eventual dukedom.

Emma's back story although interesting was a little too unbelievable. She was brave except with her feelings, personal confession is a bit difficult for her. She did however act like a twenty year old girl when she struggled with her conscious.

The leads have a romance that felt like an older couple, not so much a couple falling in love for the first time at twenty. Dav appeared to have overcome almost every issue to be had when a young man is kidnapped and feeling abandoned. He did not like enclosed places so he wandered upon his roof but his kidnapping and probable molestation were dealt with very cursorily. Apparently one night with a prostitute cured him of any problems. This just seemed way too convenient. And easy.

It's not that this couple did not share a connection but it did not feel like the right one. Twenty year old men just act differently, they are still boyish (he was with his charges) but Dav seemed so much older everywhere else to include his relationship with his lead. Still the writing here is good and the heroine was genuinely likable and imaginative.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Gritty fairy tale 21 April 2012
By The Escape Artist - Published on
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"To Seduce an Angel" was the best in the Sons of Sin series. I read Xander and Will's stories with a grain of salt, but I was completely taken away by Kit/Dav's story. Emma and Dav had an insane amount of obstacles to conquer to reach their HEA, and Kate Moore absolutely delivered in this page turner.

While some reviewers are absolutely right in wishing for an epilogue that included all the boys (I like to think that the two boys who stepped into Kit's shoes were watched over by Will and Nate Wilde, but that's just MY overactive imagination), I think Moore did an amazing job taking these characters out of the gritty London underworld of the first two novels, and putting them in the underbelly of nobility in this final installment. And Emma's true identity? WOW, I was not expecting that at all!

Anyway if you are a fan of the darker aspects of Georgian and Recency romances (in other words, Elizabeth Hoyt is permanently on your favorite author list), you absolutely must read Kate Moore!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Best out of three 31 Dec. 2012
By Jersey Girl - Published on
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The final book of a trilogy about 3 brothers, all with different fathers but the same mother, who was once a courtesan. I really liked all of them, but this one most of all. I recommend reading the whole trilogy in order, to follow the plot complications. The same group of characters reappear in each book. The setup of a series about a group of siblings, some illegitimate and some not, has been done before, but there were some unexpected twists and turns, and some lovely well written prose. This author keeps improving as she goes along. One of her habits seems to be that we know the hero's backstory, but we don't really know who the heroine is and her complete history until the end; the same technique was used in the previous book, "To Save The Devil". I really enjoyed the part when the elderly duchess, who is married to the villain of the story, finally stands up to him. The hero and heroine are both very young, but have both been through a lot of experiences that make them much wiser than their years, so their actions were believable to me. My only quibble was the ending which seemed a little too fairytale-ish. Just a HEA for a couple of people in love would have sufficed!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Mysterious and strangely romantic, this Regency romance is a solid read with two fascinating and unconventional characters. 6 Sept. 2011
By Bookaholics Reviewer - Published on
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To Seduce an Angel by Kate Moore
Historical Romance -Sept. 6th, 2011
4 stars

Emma Portland is being blackmailed. In return for not getting hanged for murder, she must spy on Kit Jones, the Marquess of Daventry, for the Duke of Wenlocke. The Duke is actually Kit's own grandfather, but because his father married an infamous London courtesan in secret, the Duke refused to acknowledge Kit. As the years passed, the Duke's anger and hatred grew. He schemes to use Emma as a spy and a whore (if necessary) to know more about Kit and plot his murder. Kit, in a whim, decides to hire Emma as a tutor to his wards, ex-pickpockets and orphans of London. But he feels that is something suspicious about her. For nothing about Emma is real, perhaps not even her name. Can Kit trust her despite all that? Will Emma cause Kit harm?

This plot has a dreamy, surreal feeling to it. Everything seems gauzy and uncertain, which totally fits the mood and atmosphere. There's an air of mystery about Emma. Who is she? What is she running from? A lot about her doesn't fit, and the ending which reveals her real identity has a neat and satisfying twist to it. Strangely, despite the huge difference in personality between her and Kit, I can see why they fit together. Kit used to be the leader of a gang of pickpockets in London. He is barely tamed and runs wild throughout his newly acquired estate. Even though Emma is not quite who she is, he sees through to the real, innermost her. He understands that appearances can be deceiving, which makes the romance between the two of them very sweet and tender.

Mysterious and strangely romantic, this Regency romance is a solid read with two fascinating and unconventional characters.

Reviewed by Pauline from the Bookaholics Romance Club
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
great finish to a delightful Regency trilogy 7 Sept. 2011
By Harriet Klausner - Published on
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His acrimonious grandfather the Duke of Wenlocke arranged for Kit Jones to be kidnapped by thugs because he loathed the "Living Sin" son of a courtesan Sophie Rhys-Jones being his heir. Kit survived the streets of London but never came home in order to keep his brothers safe. However his siblings Will Jones (see To Save the Devil) and Alexander Jones (see To Tempt a Saint) find him and have him declared the duke's heir.

In 1824, the Duke is dying and wants his odious pureblood nephew the earl of Aubrey as the next duke. They force accused murderess Emma Portland, hired as a teacher to Kit's street urchins, to spy on him. As Emma and Kit fall in love, his grandfather, second cousin and a corpse in Reading stand in their way.

The third "Sons of Sin" tale is a great finish to a delightful Regency trilogy. The vile villains plot to destroy the heroic heir who is a bad penny they cannot get rid of so turn to blackmailing the tutor in their latest attempt. Fans will appreciate Kate Moore's exciting historical.

Harriet Klausner
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