A Matches Made in Scandal story: Kirstin Blair has spent seven years trying to forget brooding Cameron Dunbar. Now self-made man Cameron needs her help to recover his missing niece, and Kirstin must face the truth: seeing him again sparks the same irresistible attraction that first brought them together! She must decide... Resist, or give in to temptation and risk Cameron discovering everything she's fought so hard to protect...
About the Author
Marguerite Kaye writes hot historical romances from her home in cold and usually rainy Scotland. Featuring Regency Rakes, Highlanders and Sheikhs, she has published almost fifty books and novellas. When she’s not writing she enjoys walking, cycling (but only on the level), gardening (but only what she can eat) and cooking. She also likes to knit and occasionally drink martinis (though not at the same time). Find out more on her website: www.margueritekaye.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved this story - as I love all the books written by Marguerite Kaye. This was the last of the Matches Made in Scandal series - and the story of The Procurer herself. I loved it! I always love the strong personalities of the heroines and heroes in these stories. The stories never disappoint.
London - 1879 Kirstin Blair is shocked to receive a letter from Cameron Dunbar, a man who had come very close to destroying her. She has not seen hm in six years and he only knows her as The Procurer, not her real name. It has been difficult for her not to think about him and how she would love to see him again, before once again putting him in the back of her mind. As The Procurer, she dresses completely in black. A mysterious woman, she deftly makes impossible things happen. Wondering if he remembers the real woman she is, she is ready to meet with him to how she can help him in locating his half sister’s daughter, Philippa, and her maid, Jeannie, both who simply disappeared. Kirstin and Cameron first met six years ago when they were both traveling on a coach. When the conveyance hit a rut requiring work to fix it, the passengers decided to stay overnight at a nearby inn. That was when the two of them shared a night of passion and then went their separate ways. Now, both of them have been successful in life’s endeavors and Kirstin wants to be the one to help Cameron. Thus, they stay in separate rooms in a hotel in London meeting to decide how they will go about finding these two young women. Using different disguises, they do their sleuthing. Kirstin is hiding a deep secret from Cameron and has vowed never to reveal it to him. Can the attraction that they once found together spark again? This is the last of The Procurer stories which have been cleverly written. I enjoyed this story most of all. In one of the disguises, Cameron poses and the Reverent Mr. Collins. I laughed out loud when he said grace. (You have to read the book to catch the humor.) Well done, Marguerite Kaye! Copy provided by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.