From back cover:
The Sinclairs of Scotland are known throughout society as the Seven Deadly Sins. Cast out by their father and denied their inheritance unless they mend their wild ways, they travel to London to seek respectability. No member of the clan is more scandalous than Sterling Sinclair, the Marquess of Blackburn. The ladies of the ton are powerless to withstand his rakish charms...until Miss Isoble Carington come along...
I didn't like this book. The premise of 7 brothers and sisters reforming or changing their ways was what got me to buy this, but I just couldn't connect with any of them. No build-up, no redeeming qualities and the mish-mosh of how the male and female characters are attracted to one another just didn't work for me. The author could have done a lot better. Print is large, margins are large and even though there are 334 pages there just isn't enough of a story to grab your interest. And there are six more of these to come, oh well.
I usually enjoy Caskie's books, I couldn't get into this series ( Book 1)
Meet the "Seven Deadly Sins"
The seven Sinclair brothers and sisters live for scandal and delight in disgrace...until their father decrees that they must reform. Propriety has never come easily, but now they have no choice. Marry in haste...or regret in poverty.
The first book in the "Seven Deadly Sins" series. Focus is on the oldest brother... whose sin is greed. As I read the book, I was drawn into the family... I wanted to know more about the siblings...making me look forward to the next books in the series. This is not a book with the typical hero...since he is one of the "Seven Deadly Sins" he has a big flaw to overcome to win the woman of his heart.
I enjoyed the book enough that I purchased it in hardback...which is the only reason I have the paperback posted on pbs!
I generally love Caskie's books, but I really couldn't get into this. It looks to be a long series.