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  • Posted September 21, 2011


    Romance fans will be enthralled with the super talented Sharon Page's second Regency historical for Bantam Dell, ENGAGED IN SIN releasing Nov. 1, 2011. In 1820 England, Anne Beddington, has fallen on hard times after being raised as a lady and having lost both her parents, she is forced to earn her living as a prostitute in the brothel of the ruthless Madame Sin. However, when she discovers young kidnapped girls there she helps them escape by hitting the madame over the head. Anne is frantic to flee London for fear of a murder charge. After overhearing a friend's conversation, she decides to visit Devon Audley, the Duke of March at his hunting box in Leicestershire in hopes of becoming his mistress. However, all is not well with the duke, who she finds passed out naked on the floor of his library. When she approaches Devon he nearly attacks her having been scarred, blinded and suffering from "battle madness" in the recent European war. Anne claims she is a gift from the Earl of Ashton to help him recover and it takes all her seduction skills to convince Devon to keep her. Anne proves a most talented mistress not only in bed but also patiently helping Devon adjust to his blindness and assisting his wayward sister in delivering her baby. However time is running out, with the law, Madame Sin's henchman and an evil cousin from her past all trying to find Anne. Sharon Page is at the top of her writing game with this fast-paced, extremely sensual and highly emotional tale of two wonderfully memorable lovers you won't soon forget. ENGAGED IN SIN is a totally engaging Regency romance from first page to last!

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  • Posted September 22, 2011

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    The unique lead couple makes for a fresh Regency romance

    Orphan Anne Beddington is a fallen lady who makes her living selling her body at Madame Sin's brothel. However, when she learns that Sin employs young kidnapped girls, she hits the Madame in the head enabling the youngsters to flee. Believing she killed her employer, Anne needs to leave London. When she sees the Duke of March, who was her first attempt at a sale five years ago, Anne offers again as Cherise, claiming to be a present from his friend.

    Bitter since losing his sight during the war, the former charming Devon accepts her as his mistress. However, when he rages, she refuses to walk away from his rants. As the courtesan heals her patron and even helps his sister, her sinful past has caught up with her. Wanting to keep her beloved Devon safe, she begins to flee, but he refuses to allow his cherished angel to leave until at least he can prove her innocence.

    The unique lead couple makes for a fresh Regency romance as he is blind and bitter and she is a soiled dove. Their coming together against all odds will have fans racing through the pages to learn what next in a sensual suspenseful historical.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2012

    Liked it alot

    Very good story.Different from most historical romances.

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  • Posted July 20, 2012

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    What a great tale!

    Lovely, poised Anne Beddington is in a desperate situation: on the run for a crime she didn't commit. Anne understands the wicked games she must play to survive—she has perfected her silky voice, practiced her feathery caress—but has she sufficiently mastered the art of seduction to become the mistress of the notorious Duke of March, Devon Audley? War has left him a recluse, but Anne is penniless, alone, and needs a powerful gentleman's protection. Anne has learned how to pleasure a man, yet when this sinfully handsome duke insists that intimate delights must be a two-way street, Anne cannot deny his sensual promise.

    Anne's delicate hands hold a healing touch, but it's her gentle kindness that opens the duke's eyes to the beauty around him and to a family who need him. Still, Anne is a mystery, and Devon intends to spend endless erotic hours uncovering her secrets. When he finds out the terrible truth about the devious plot to brand her a villainess and endanger her life, saving Anne becomes his salvation. She has shown Devon how to live and love again. Now he will prove the power of his passion.

    Ms. Page is fabbbb-uuuulous! I was so damn hooked in this book, it was take-out night every night until finished!

    The characters, the action, the steam, the comedy – all of it builds up to equal A+ work. Ms. Page does a phenomenal job at building characters and creating tension to get your heart pumping. This read was full of every thing you could ask for in a book and even then, it left you wanting more.

    If you are looking for a book that gives you the happy ending with a whole lot of work in between, then this is the one for you. Five out of five stars for a job well done!

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  • Posted February 26, 2012


    again love sharon page books

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