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The Sinful Nights of a Nobleman (Boscastle Family Series #5)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2006

    Fifth Boscastle Falls to Love

    Again Jillian Hunter uses her special magic to perfectly blend romance with humor and a tad bit of mystery to come up with a sure bestseller! The Boscastles remain my favorite fictional family of all time and this novel focuses on Devon, the youngest eligible male. He¿s the hottest bachelor in London and probably the most wicked, at least he¿s trying to live up to those less than high standards and doing a great job. At an annual function in the English countryside, the guests are more interested in trysts and romantic interludes than the games and functions the host has arranged. Lord Devon has his eye set on a young widow who is rumored to be a tigress in the bedroom. He¿s after a willing woman who can share his passions and he¿s sure the widow is a perfect choice. An anonymous note is slipped under his bed inviting him to the tower for a romantic meeting at midnight and Devon assumes it¿s from the widow. However, the innocently attractive Jocelyn Lydbury also receives a note and assumes it¿s from a man courting her. Hoping for a marriage proposal she goes to the tower for the meeting. Strange that the note states they should be in masks but neither think anything of it. Both are surprised after one of those fireworks blasting in the sky kisses to realize that their willing partner is not the person they thought. However, before they can sort out the deception, they are interrupted by a search party. Now who could have alerted everyone that they were gone? Caught in this scandalous situation, Devon is forced to agree to marry Jocelyn. It is a typical romance, with Jocelyn falling in love with Devon and thinking he only married her because he was forced to¿ however, Devon however has fallen hard himself. This would have been a bit on the boring side if we didn¿t also have the villain trying to cause problems in the Boscastles¿ lives. The mystery portion is not difficult to figure out but it is interesting to see Devon slowly come to the same conclusion as the reader. The best part of this book is the humor. When the widow won¿t stop flirting with Devon at the party in the country, Jocelyn is angered. The luck of the draw has Jocelyn matched against her in a game of badminton and much to my enjoyment, Jocelyn becomes a woman bent on revenge. She ends up smashing the sly widow across the nose with her racket. Oh my yes, it was absolutely wonderful and laughing out loud was an absolute given! The romance portion has some hot and steamy scenes that are not for the faint of heart or the easily embarrassed (young readers should not read this book). For those sturdy enough to read these passages, they can definitely be mood enhancers. My only complaint is that there are only six siblings and this is book number five, with only one unmarried Boscastle left. I¿m hoping that Hunter deviates a bit and includes Gabriel Boscastle (the crafty cousin) in a book. After that one, she can begin on the children these siblings have, like Nora Roberts did with the MacGregor clan. My fingers are crossed that the next book is not the last for this wonderful, dynamic family. The last of this trilogy is due out soon and will focus on Emma Boscastle ¿ the Little General, as her family lovingly calls her. If she¿s anything like the other five I¿ve read about, I can¿t wait!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2013

    A Fun Romance

    This is another fun entry in this series-the 2 main characters are placed in a comprimising situation and forced to marry. How they handle it makes for a very enjoyable read.

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  • Posted July 13, 2010

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    Devon and Jocelyn- I LOVED IT!

    I couldn't wait to read how Devon's romance would read...him being the lovable charmer and hero in the other books. I was so happy to see him actually fall in love, regardless of how it came about. Devon and Jocelyn belonged together and I loved how it ended. I won't tell the story, but want everyone to know that this is another Boscastle family romance you just can't live without!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2010

    Couldn't put it down

    I loved this book. Jillian Hunter did a wonderful job of developing the characters and creating a fun storyline that held my interest. I was disappointed when the book was finished. I have purchased several more in the Boscastle family saga and hope to be as happy with those books.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    superb Boscastle regency romance

    Lord Alton Fernshaw hosts country parties that bring a who¿s who because they tend to turn into orgies. One of the guests Lord Devon Boscastle arrives with the notorious widow Mrs. Lily Cranleigh on his arm. He sees Lady Jocelyn Lydbury is also there so he assumes her brother escorted her. Unable to resist Devon greets Jocylyn though he knows she probably hates him. Four years ago her father invited Devon to dine with them as considered him husband material Jocylyn was excited by the prospect. However, he not only failed to show up, he never declined the invitation. He rationalizes his poor behavior then due to the fact he was about to go to war and expected to die. Though he detests her womanizing father, he admits to himself that he admires Jocylyn¿s courage. He mischievously decides he wants Jocylyn to truly forgive him and not just say it though she is being courted by Adam Chiswick. He is determined that she really mean it so he begins THE WICKED GAMES OF A GENTLEMAN, never expecting to fall in love Jocylyn has loved him even before he humiliated her four years ago. --- The latest Boscastle regency romance is a delightful historical tale starring a likable female who feels under siege as Devon begins his quest that abruptly changes into something much more ardent, loving, and lasting. Fans will enjoy following THE SINFUL NIGHTS OF A NOBLEMAN, at least the exploits of this lead male as he mounts his campaign winning battle after battle only to lose the gender war when he realizes he surrendered his heart. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2006

    Romance at its best

    I just loved the twists and turns of this novel. It had lots of exhilarating tension that keeps the story going and was high on romance and passion. It is perfect reading for a cold winter night.

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