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To Sin with a Stranger

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  • Posted October 28, 2008

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    Fans will enjoy this lighthearted historical

    Their father disgusted with their scandals that has earned them the reputation as the ¿Seven Deadly Sins¿ has exiled his offspring and warned them if they do not shape up they will inherit nothing beyond what the law allows. None of the unholy seven Sinclair children take him seriously as he has threatened them before, but they do feel the loss of income since he has cut off the purse.<BR/><BR/>His heir Sterling keeps himself and his brothers and sisters at a reasonable level of respectability and less significant from starving by prizefighting at Gentleman Jackson¿s London gym. Miss Isobel Carrington enters the establishment to ask the wealthy male patrons to donate to her charity. Isobel is attracted to Sterling, but rejects him as being too avaricious to care one iota about the less fortunate. At White¿s betting ignites that Sterling who is pursuing her will marry her. She reconsiders her opinion of his being a greedy aristocrat when she realizes he is boxing to support his siblings, but still fears letting her heart go to a man who placed a bet on him winning her.<BR/><BR/>The gender battle between Isobel and Sterling is an entertaining Regency romance as each is intelligent, knows whet they want, and what they will do to achieve their desires. Although Sterling¿s sin is greed, his willingness to take hits for his siblings proves otherwise and has Isobel reconsidering his worth. Fans will enjoy this lighthearted historical while looking forward to more tales starring other Seven Deadly Sins¿ siblings.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2010

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    Highly Recommended - fun to read

    I love this book. You will find loyalty, love, humor, and romance in the Seven Deadly Sins series. It is a page turner. You must check it out. Do not forget to get the succeeding books too.

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  • Posted January 30, 2010

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    Outstanding

    I have read both books and they are so great cant wait tell the others come out. There is laughing, loving, ribing, and so on. All the brothers and sisters are a kick and the way they go about it to get a Husband or Wifes. Be sure to read what is each brother an sisters are. one is greed, one is ? and so on. It says in the first book. I did write to Mrs Caskie and a very nice lady she is. She said that the next book number 3 will be out in Aug 2010.

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

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    I enjoyed It

    I liked it. I'll admit I was a little let down, but I still enjoyed it. I cannot wait for the next one to come out. I was a little unfair to the book. I rushed through the second half so I could start a different book. Still I liked it, especially the marbles!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2009

    very engaging

    funny, romantic!

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