The Secrets of a Scoundrel (Inferno Club Series #7)

The Secrets of a Scoundrel (Inferno Club Series #7)

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by Gaelen Foley
     
 

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In The Secrets of a Scoundrel, New York Times bestselling author Gaelen Foley has created her most exciting Inferno Club novel yet!

Nick, Lord Forrester, has a reputation that is legendary— both as a lethal warrior and a wicked lover. But when his rule-breaking ways land him in a Scottish dungeon, he's left there to rot, until a mysterious

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In The Secrets of a Scoundrel, New York Times bestselling author Gaelen Foley has created her most exciting Inferno Club novel yet!

Nick, Lord Forrester, has a reputation that is legendary— both as a lethal warrior and a wicked lover. But when his rule-breaking ways land him in a Scottish dungeon, he's left there to rot, until a mysterious lady visits his cell and offers him a way out.

All he must do is risk his neck on the mission she proposes—and obey her every command. One look at the luscious beauty has Nick ready to promise her anything, but he must resist his desire, or she could send him straight back to prison.

Virginia, Lady Burke, is well aware that the powerful ex-spy will try to take command of their quest, but it's her job to keep him under control. Yet how can she keep this untamable scoundrel under her thumb when all she really wants is to unleash the smoldering passion between them?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062076052
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
06/24/2014
Series:
Inferno Club Series , #7
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
554,338
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Gaelen Foley is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty historical romances set in the glittering world of Regency England. Her award-winning novels are available worldwide in sixteen languages. Gaelen holds a B.A. in English Literature and lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and a ridiculously cute Bichon Frise named Bingley.

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The Secrets of a Scoundrel 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Exciting story with strong H/H characters. Nick & Gin bring you romance & adventure with personal flaws included. I seldom write reviews but this book should come with HIGHLY RECOMMENDED MUST READ on the cover. I have read the entire series and this may be the best. Thank you Gaelen Foley for a top notch romance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wish it didnt have to end this book didnt disappoint
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As always Gaelen Foley has written another great adventuous and intriguing story of the dark underworld of sex slavery, murder and of course romance. I have enjoyed reading every book in this series.
Sandim10 More than 1 year ago
This book was fantastic. I love the many comedy scenes. There was plenty of hot scenes, adventure and romance. Gaelen Foley doesn't again. I can't wai to read about Phillip's story. He was absolutely adorable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Do not buy on a nook
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of my favorites of Gaelen Foley because of the obvious chemistry between the two main characters and the non stop action. Could not put this book down.
BookAngelBlog More than 1 year ago
This was the final book in the Inferno Club series. I have to say it was probably one of my favorites in the entire series. I still like Foley’s Knight Family series better, but this book was really good. The last few in this series haven’t been my favorite so this one made up for it. I thought it was really cute. I really wish there had been more of an epilogue. I also really did want all of them to be together at some point fighting evil. Alas, it was not meant to be. I will just have to imagine how awesome that would be all on my own.  Now our heroine has some moments where I knew she was going to be in over her head and need rescuing, which she did. Our hero also seemed to have everything well in hand most of the book.  There was one brilliant scene where our hero trades guns for something and I loved it! You will have to read to find out, but for those that do, that scene…you know which one I am talking about, I loved!  I like to keep my reviews short so if you have read the Inferno Club series at all, check out how it all ends. This was one of my favorites in the series! 4/5 stars. 
smg5775 More than 1 year ago
A good ending the Inferno Club series. Nick is freed from prison to help a woman and he must do everything she tells him. Little does he know how their pasts are connected. I like how Virginia only gives Nick the information he needs on an as needed basis. She's not going to give her secrets away. I enjoyed their hiding secrets from each other, mostly so the other does not get a "negative" view of the secret hider. I liked that Virginia was not a ingénue but was widowed with a past. She and Nick are well suited that way. I liked that Virginia's son, Phillip, is a typical teenager, getting into scrapes and turning up where least expected or wanted. Phillip has his head full of romantic ideas of the Order. I was glad to see he had the opportunity to change his mind about the romance of the Order. I also liked that the Club came together at the end and that we see what each sacrificed to protect their country and monarch. These are heroes with all their sacrifices and scars. I liked this series and hated to see it come to a close.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nick, Lord Forester is a master assasin and a top level spy. Unfortunately he's also a traitor, a hero and a prisoner. Lady Burke offers Nick a way out if he'll help her. The rather predictable beinging to a fun, fast moving story. Moving from Scotland, an handsome English estate, Paris, Italy and Greece. Young Phillp, Lord Burke, the Italian family ship's crew singing opera and a vast cast of villains help round out the cast. Forunately this last look at the Inferno club is less about agist and more about an crazy adventure.