Sin With a Scoundrel (Husband Hunters Club Series #4)

Sin With a Scoundrel (Husband Hunters Club Series #4)

by Sara Bennett
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Sin With a Scoundrel: The Husband Hunters Club 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
SIN WITH A SCOUNDREL by Sara Bennett is another interesting historical romance. Book 4 of "The Husband Hunters Club",but can be read as a stand alone. Be prepared to be swept away with Miss Clementina Smythe and Richard Eversham as they navigate love's undeniable passion. Filled with seduction,secrets,danger,deception,spies, betrayal,mystery,suspense,childhood friends,guilt,vengeance,and the Guardians. As lessons in sin turns into lessons in seduction, secrets are revealed and danger lurks on every corner. Fast paced and filled with engaging and intriguing characters. I have enjoyed each of the Guardians in this series,as each of them come into their own and find love and danger. Received for an honest review from the publisher and Above the Treeline. Details can be found at Avon Books, an imprint of Harper Collins Publisher,and My Book Addiction and More. RATING: 4.5 HEAT RATING: MILD REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More/My Book Addiction Reviews
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Women of this era were not to seem seductive. Acting anything other than innocent would get her treated as and called a whore. And whores did not get married, they were hired. Compromised virtue meant not only sin but a risk of serious stds, plus no man would want to raise another's child, destroying his family's reputation. Bastards or babies of unknown or non-married descent were considered dangerous; as the thinking was all evils were geetic, what mght a strangers child bring. Nor would any man want to be known as the man whose wife was sleeping with the whole town and undermining his god-given masculine authority and sacred bond of mariage. Research more before attempting historical fiction again.