Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed Tempting Kate (Regency Quartet, Bk 3) (Harlequin Historical, No 371) on
Third in the Regency Quartet
Kate Courtland is determined to wreak revenge upon the Marquis of Wroth, the man said to have compromised her sister, but when she waylays him at gunpoint, both the lady and the nobleman end up with more than they bargained for . . .
This book, although readable, is my least favorite of a quartet of connected stories, beginning with "The Vicar's Daughter", and followed by "The Devil Earl" and "The Last Rogue".
The other 3 books are much better.
Ameeting at gunpoint, a fitting start for such a dangerous attraction, thought Grayson Westcott, the Marquis of Wroth. And though he prided himself on self-control, Kate Courtland's hoyenish charms had shattered his defenses and set fire to his soul