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Rory: The Rakehills of Rochester

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  • Posted December 20, 2010

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    Rory finds love in his most comfortable frequented habitat, the boudoir

    Like his brothers, Rory Rayborne is a legend amidst the Ton for his sexual prowess. Rory enjoys his encounters and trysts, but is also a realist. He is well aware that his free womanizing days are nearing an end as like his siblings he needs to marry for money as his Mother Betsy threatened to cut off her three out of control rakehell offspring. He hopes to find someone who can also match him in the bed.

    In a duel over a woman, Rory is severely injured. His seconds take him to his brother's home where maid Shannon O'Connor is assigned to take care of him. Unable to resist the mysterious aura she emits, Rory seduces Shannon in an attempt to find out what dark secret she hides. Shannon fears she and her brother have been discovered by a homicidal relative who wants both of them dead at the same her heart belongs to her seducer whose mother has a widow in mind for her last bachelor son.

    The final Rakehells of Rochester Regency romance (see Sinjin and Victor) contains a strong erotic undercurrent from the first time the nurse and the patient meet. This work is fast-paced and readers will enjoy the erotic scenes because they are part of the storyline. Fans will enjoy the youngest brother's sexploits as Rory finds love in his most comfortable frequented habitat, the boudoir.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2011

    Naughty & nice

    I really loved this book. This series is such a wonderful blend of a great plot & naughty pleasures. It was such a treat to read finally read Rorys tale. I was left wondering will there every be a story for Anna???
    200 pgs

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  • Posted May 11, 2011

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    Makes you fall in love all over again

    This was a wonderful book. To watch such a larger than life rake be brought to his knees was such fun! It was nice to get to watch the stories of the rest of brothers. I tell you such 3 handsome men all in one series is heaven.

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  • Posted January 10, 2011

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    Did not disappoint

    Love Julia Templeton - loved Rory. Was the perfect story for the last of the brothers. She's one of the few authors who just can't write fast enough for me! Honestly there isn't one of her books I haven't enjoyed but I had been waiting for the last of the Rakehells of Rochester books, so I was afraid it wasn't going to live up to expectations but it was great. You could read it stand alone, Victor and Sinjin are barely in this book, but I would read their books first just because it adds to the story a little.

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