An Invitation to Scandal
THE SINS & SCANDALS SERIES
While there are those who spend their time in modest pursuits, upholding propriety befitting the lords and ladies of the ton, it would seem that for others scandal is just a sin away…
Nicholas Sheridan, Viscount Roxton - Can the wicked aristrocrat ever atone for his sins?
Infamous for his wickedness, Nicholas must pay the price after his sinful actions lead to the death of one of his peers. Guilt forces him to change his scandalous ways and seek redemption through marriage to a proper lady.
Miss Abigail Laytham - Will the headstrong beauty be able to forgive?
Abigail is determined to avenge her beloved uncle's death and make the man responsible pay, even if that man is her former beau, Viscount Roxton.
The Sins & Scandals Series:
#1 An Invitation to Scandal
#2 A Scandalous Passion
#3 A Sinful Temptation
#4 The Lady's Sinful Secret
#5 Surrender to Scandal
#6 A Sinner No More
#7 The Sweetest Sin (NEW!)
#8 A Most Scandalous Christmas (Dec 2016)
#9 A Hint of Scandal (Spring 2017)
#10 Sins of a Soldier (TBD)
I found the two main characters to be quite well-developed; I rooted for them to be together. This is a book in which we readers know the "full story" well before the major players do, and I found my heart just aching about the terrible misunderstandings that precipitated the horrific events leading to the hero's & heroine's entire story.
A few (relatively minor but present nevertheless) grammar-ish issues - things that "real" editing (meaning, as opposed to the kind that so many self-publishers pass off these days as editing) would have caught (for example, the correct word is "wont" not "want" when speaking of what someone is apt to do) - prevent me from giving this the full 5 stars. Were it possible, I would give this 4.5 stars.
Enjoyed the book
I loved the characters and the story but the book had spelling errors and sentences that didn’t make sense. The proof reader should be fired.
An Invitation To Scandal
While a good storyline it contains a lot of redundancy. It’s as if in order to make it full length the author had to repeat the same thing over and over.