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Sins of a Duke (Griffin Family Series #4)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A beautifu relationship drama

    By 1813 in London, Duke Sebastian Griffin has raised his younger siblings setting an example of proper behavior with not even a remote hint of scandal attached to him. He is very proud of his brothers and sisters as each has made what he considers an ideal match.----------------- Beautiful Josefina Katarina Embry claims that she is a princess in some far-off nebulous land that no one has heard of. The Ton finds her charming and fascinating. Only Sebastian thinks otherwise as he believes she is up to no good although he is not sure what that is. He plans to expose her as a royal fraud except whenever they are together he cannot resist kissing this siren.------------------- Fans of the ¿sin¿ Regency romance series (see AN INVITATION TO SIN and Something Sinful) will appreciate Sebastian¿s turn in the hopper. The normally aloof dispassionate hero suddenly is filled with ardor and a damn the torpedoes attitude yet Suzanne Enoch still keeps his demeanor and personality consistent with his previous big brother appearances. Josefina is more difficult to like as readers will agree with the Duke¿s initial assessment that she is up to no good. Their battling relationship takes off when they debate his ¿amateurish¿ kiss and never looks back as fans will enjoy their rousing gender war.------------------- Harriet Klausner

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