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Posted June 19, 2013
When Charlotte Lindsey sets her mind to ruin herself instead of
When Charlotte Lindsey sets her mind to ruin herself instead of marry the man her father has chosen, she enlists the help of a notorious rogue. But much to her surprise, he’s not quite the man she thought he was. Tristan Bradley’s name has been attached to scandal after scandal, but does he deserve the infamous reputation he has earned?
As Charlotte and Tristan devise a plan to help her succeed in ending her nuptials with a man she despises, they find that they are quite drawn to each other. Can they end her engagement to one man without finding themselves at the alter themselves?
Having read the first book in this series, Wicked Nights with a Proper Lady, I was very excited to read the next book, Midnight Temptations with a Forbidden Lord. However, it was not quite the book I was hoping for. The first half of the book was set at the same time as the first book in the series, only Tristan and Charlotte’s side of the events. As this was the case, I would not recommend this as a stand-alone book because you are missing a great of the overlapping plot, having not read Leo and Genny’s story.
When the book finally diverges from the time sequence in Wicked Nights, it seemed to have lost a lot of the momentum. As you continue reading, it finally started to develop its own storyline and action, just before the book ends abruptly, leaving you wondering exactly where the ending to the story was. There was no epilogue to tie up any loose ends, which seemed to mean if you want closure from a lot of the characters in the story, you must buy the third book in the series; which is scheduled to be released in 2014.
Hopefully the third book will provide the answers needed for the questions that are left open at the end of this book. If you liked Wicked Nights with a Proper Lady, I would recommend that you read this book, so that you can continue the stories of these three dangerous rogues. This book was received from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review.
Heat Rating: Mild
Reviewed by: AprilP
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