Sunday, July 12, 2015

The Art of Ruining a Rake by Emma Locke

Typical man of course he blames his woman on certain things, “whose fault is it we aren’t married?” he asked her, his body rigid with tension. “We could be doing this—” He tugged her hand hard enough to bring her stumbling into his chest. Her palm splayed across his waistcoat, holding him back as his handsome face filled with disconcerting seriousness. “Every night. Without consequences.” Roman will not deny his woman anything, “mayhap, but I’m not a saint. If you kiss me, I will always kiss you back.” I enjoyed this book from page one I fell in love with Roman, and the banter between Lucy and Roman was amusing.

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