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A Most Sinful Proposal (Husband Hunters Club Series #2)

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  • Posted April 30, 2010

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    enjoyable early Victorian romance

    In 1837 at Miss Debenhan's Finishing School, Marissa Rotherhild, daughter of two avid botanists, tells her Husband Hunters Club friends that she has chosen her husband, the Honorable George Kent of Surrey. Known as a rake, she believes she can change the womanizer.

    Marissa goes to meet George at the family country estate, but instead encounters his reclusive older sibling, Lord Valentine Kent, who she finds attractive and his obsession with roses makes her feels close to home. However, his quest for the most likely extinct Crusader's Rose excites her almost as much as does Valentine.

    The latest Husband Hunters Club early Victorian romance (see Led Astray by a Rake) is an enjoyable tale starring two fascinating lead characters linked by desire for one another and knowledge of botany that Sara Bennett deftly interweaves into the plot. The story line starts a bit slower than usual, but once Valentine and Marissa begin the search with a rival of his stalking them to steal the find if they make it, the plot moves rather quickly and entertainingly. Sub-genre fans will join the trek for the rare rose as A Most Sinful Proposal is worth reading.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2012

    Enjoy from start to finish

    A Husband Hunters Club story. With her sites set on George Foxton, Marissa finds herself attracted to his brother. An intriguing story about two people instantly attracted to each other but too stubborn to see that the best laid plans and resolutions can be thwarted in a cchance meeting.

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