I liked this book, but not better than book #1 (In the thrill of the Night). It is a good conclusion to the Merry Widows series, though. The characters are very well developed. The author does a great job of describing the feelings and thoughts of the hero and heroine as their relationship grows. The hero helps the heroine to rediscover her sensuous side, and the heroine helps the hero to get back in touch with his idealistic youth. They are a catalyst for each other to make changes, but they don't try to change each other. Just like a real, successful relationship should be.
Overall, it is a good read and a lot more "deep" than your usual romance fare.
Excellent conclusion to another wonderful trilogy by Candice Hern. Well worth the time to read this book! Of the 3 Merry Widows, I think I enjoyed this book more than the other 2 altho I rated each book 4-stars.
Each story improved. Very enjoyable.
The Merry Widows Series--The widow of a famous bishop, Grace marlowe is both shocked and intrigued by the amorous adventures of her fellow Merry Widows. Though she agreed to their pact, she can't imagine giving herself over to passion---until the most notorious libertine in London sets his sights on her.