The Sinful Nights of a Nobleman (Boscastle Family, Bk 5)
The Sinful Nights of a Nobleman - Boscastle Family, Bk 5 Author:Jillian Hunter At a glamorous soiree in the romantic English countryside, Lord Devon Boscastle, one of the most elusive bachelors in London, is on the prowl for a willing and wicked lady to share a night of all-consuming sin. So he's delighted to accept a mysterious invitation for a midnight rendezvous. — Miss Jocelyn Lydbury, a demure young debutante, has her ... more »heart set on a marriage proposal from a certain respectable gentleman. Invited to a secret tryst at the stroke of twelve, she hopes to finally meet her longtime admirer. To her dismay, it is the heartbreaking Devon who lies in wait for his midnight lady. Before the pair can unmask their deceiver, they are caught in a passionate, if unplanned, embrace and forced into marriage. Although Devon claims he won't change his roguish ways for anyone, upon returning to London he is surprised to find that his once-timid bride has become an alluring temptress. But little does he know that Jocelyn has vowed to tame her handsome rake - in the ballroom and in the bedchamber.« less
This is the fifth of the Boscastle series & first I've ready. I enjoyed this book very much and will read the previous books in the series. In order those books are: 'The Seduction Of An English Scoundrel', 'The Love Affair Of An English Lord', 'The Wedding Night Of An English Lord', & 'The Wicked Games Of A Gentleman'.
Jillian Hunter writes amazingly realistically, down-to-earth dialogue, and even the way people say things, with certain feelings. She describes characters' actions so well, it's like watching a movie in my head. As for this story, just another great, steamy favorite that's going in my favorites' shelf!
This was a continuation of a fun read series. It's nice when you get to see all the characters take on a life of their own in each book. It's also cool when there are references to past characters and you get to say, "Oh, I remember her."
I'm still unclear how this series was branded a trilogy when there are nine books to it, but...
All in all I would suggest starting with Book 1 and working your way through the entire set. They're all very good reads.