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  • Lady Scandal

    Lady Scandal finds herself wedded to Lord Randolph after losing a bet. An interesting start to the story, and if you've read the first book in Wendy LaCapra's Furies series (which I highly recommend), then this doesn't seem all that unusual for the group of women who run the gaming parties. But that really isn't the truly scandalous start of the book. It started when Sophia (Lady Scandal) found out that Lord Randolph was more than she thought. He wasn't just someone to satisfy an inch and wrap around her finger. He was trained under her father - a father she hated - as a ruthless political spy. And now Sophia is convinced he's using her. And maybe he is? I can totally see where Sophia is coming from, but Lord Randolph is far more than anything she really expects, and there are a few things she will end up teaching him and he will teach her. This book isn't just a romp through historical romance. It has one heck of a suspense storyline that kept me on the edge of my seat. There were a few places that I feel like things were glossed over just to keep the veil around who the bad guy really is in place, and I'm not sure how I feel about that. It seemed unnecessarily convoluted because of it. Kasai - Kasai sounds like a horrible person - and the fact that he can cast such a shadow over our couple without actually making an appearance for a very long time, just shows how much his specter alone can influence and manipulate. I really really enjoyed their time at the Quaker farm. Elizabeth was an odd breath of fresh air and honesty, and her way of life and way of putting things into perspective left an impression on both Sophia and Randolph that I think will last into their future. In the end, we have just as many loose ties as we did at the beginning - just different ones. As one part of the Fury's lives seems to wrap up - something else blows wide open. Looks like I'll need to read the third book in the series to get the final scoop on everything. **I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book**

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  • Delightful

    I fell in love with Lady Scandal, Sophia when I met her in the previous book Lady Vice. I’d eagerly anticipated Sophia’s book, and now I am dying for Thea’s story. The furies, three bold and scandalous women with intriguing background thumbing their noses at society were brilliantly painted. I loved their vulnerability and strength which were explored with equal depth. Now Sophia story did not disappoint. She was a wonderful character. Intelligent, witty, and proud. She made me really enjoy the book, and I actually loved everything about her. Now our Randolph...Christ, I loved him so much—his cunning, his brilliance and his undeniable charm. The chemistry between the two sizzled off the pages, the emotions; the fear and the lust, the hope, the hint of danger and suspense grabbed me and did not let me go until the booked ended. I loved that. There is also a delightful plot, which was compelling but did not take away from our lovers falling into their happy ever after. I enjoyed the book and I recommend.

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  • Good storyline

    Sophia Baneham has lived in the poison of her dead father's shadow for longer than she cares to admit. Now she exists outside of polite society's influence, holding gambling parties for London's most dangerous men. When a man walks into one of her soirees, a compelling mix of charisma and icy control, he offers the lady of sin a wager she can't refuse... Lord Randolph is a spy in the service of His Majesty, but he’s given an oath to protect the daughter of his mentor. Even as his gamble of marriage starts to spiral out of control and his passions ignite, Randolph is determined that he’ll handle things his way… But when danger closes in, Randolph won't just have to protect Sophia from an intended killer. He'll have to protect her from himself... It is a dangerous place to be. The last thing Sophia wants is to be tragically compromised. Randolph must protect her from a intended killer. This is a good story. I received this book from the publisher and NetGalley to read and review. This in no way affects my opinion of this book which I read and reviewed voluntarily

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