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on 2 February 2011
I really wanted to like this book, as I have been a Sabrina Jeffries reader for years. But for some reason there was something lacking in this book and the series in general. It started out great with "The Truth about Lord Stoneville", then waned a bit with "A Hellion in Her Bed" and now this... I really struggled reading it all the way through. There didn't seem to be enough material for an entire book/series and it felt as if Jeffries had been reaching a little bit for a decent storyline, which is a shame as the character Giles had appeared in her previous series and was already developed a little.
The story in general lacked tension and the roller coaster ride of emotions that I, as a romance reader, expect an author to deliver. It just seemed flat from beginning to end. Hopefully the next book will be better but I shall not pre-order it like I did with this one.