Sinful Confessions

Sinful Confessions

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by Samantha Holt
     
 

Lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride. The Cynfell brothers are the very embodiment of a sinful existence. But could the right woman change that?

Wrath

Locked behind the walls of Lockwood Manor, Julian Cynfell, the Marquess of Lockwood whiles away his days writing angry letters, drinking and sleeping. He never expects his solitude to be

Overview

Lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride. The Cynfell brothers are the very embodiment of a sinful existence. But could the right woman change that?

Wrath

Locked behind the walls of Lockwood Manor, Julian Cynfell, the Marquess of Lockwood whiles away his days writing angry letters, drinking and sleeping. He never expects his solitude to be interrupted by a brazen American heiress.

An American heiress who is expecting a wedding.

Viola Thompson can’t believe her luck when the English lord she has been corresponding with for the better part of a year asks her to visit him. This has to mean an offer of marriage surely? Finally, Viola will prove to her family and friends that she is more than a ruined woman with no prospects. Not to mention she knows they will be a love match. No one could write such beautiful letters without being the perfect man.

But when she arrives in cold, dreary England to be faced by a foul-tempered, grizzled—albeit in a handsome way—marquess, her dreams of marriage are quickly dashed. Can she draw the lord out of his melancholy ways? And does she even want to remain in England while rumours of three dead wives circulate around Lockwood?

One thing is for certain, this American heiress has never been one to back down from a challenge—especially when not even the Atlantic Ocean could dampen the patent desire running between them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152409185
Publisher:
Fever Press
Publication date:
10/14/2015
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
4,952
File size:
242 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Samantha Holt resides in Warwickshire, England, with her twin girls, having followed her soldier husband around the UK for nearly 10 years. Growing up in Hampshire, she was inspired by the authors Jane Austen and Elizabeth Gaskelll, both of which lived and wrote only miles from her home town. Samantha loves the romance genre and has been devouring romantic literature for as long as she can remember. History is another passion of hers and she loves to combine her love for history and romance in exciting and passionate tales.

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Sinful Confessions 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was short, but sweet. Perfect for an afternoons enjoyment.
Anonymous 4 months ago
I loved this book. Simple story of love conquering all.
JoanneWadsworth More than 1 year ago
I so enjoyed this first book in the Cynfell Brothers series. The author writes so beautifully. The heroine was witty and delightful, with a sensitive yet strong heart that had me hoping she'd be able to show the hero exactly what he'd be missing if he ever let her go. Expect lots of passion and romance.
ASheldon More than 1 year ago
I guess there must have been an error as the one I read was about Julian. Great story, really fun and I adored Viola. A little bit sexy at times but not over the top. I can't wait to read more of these brothers.
Anonymous 8 months ago
I can not recommend this to anyone. Viola travels from America to England without a chaperone. What father, even one not from society, would allow such a thing? She is completely ignorant of any commonsense rules of propriety. This cannot be blamed on having grown up on a farm. Then there are the author's words. Her gown is either satin or silk - which? Why does Viola assume the marquess is handsome based on his letters? How can her lips be narrow and plump? How do wet lashes dart over cheeks? Brash does not equal coarse. "Her heart stretched for him." What does that mean? The housekeeper would not approve of her remaining in the house with just a maid as chaperone. Unbelievable and very poorly done. Why Viola makes the leap from correspondence to marriage is unfathomable. She sounds vapid, a lovely empty head.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has nothing about a Julian or an American heiress Viola. This is about his brother and somewhere in the book they throw in a meeting with the brother and his wife. Strange! The synopsis in this book do not relate to the story.