Only she can satisfy . . .
When Rafe Bancroft wins Forton Hall in acard game, this rogue finds himself saddledwith responsibility he cannot wait to foist off.The sooner he can sell the blasted estate,the sooner he can be off on his next adventure.Yet he doesn't count on running into the veryalluring Felicity Harrington, who ignitesan all-consuming desire in him quitelike no other woman.
His restless desire . . .
Felicity is enraged to learn that Rafe is nowin charge of her ancestral home. Vowing torescue herself and her family from ruin at thehands of the handsome rake, Felicity mustdevise a plan. But she is distracted by thoughtsof what it would feel like to kiss her irresistible enemy—an enemy who can bring her thegreatest downfall . . . or themost exquisite passion.
Entertaining for the most part, the ending seemed rushed and incomplete. I thought it had potential to be better. I enjoyed it till it got thrown together at the end. I thought it should have had a epilogue to finish it off.
Look at all the typos in the book description
I just read the first book in this series and while I really enjoyed the story, towards the end there were so many typos. I pay full price for these books why are they not up to the same quality as the actual paper books?
Just re-read this book and love it every time.
I think this might be my favorite book by this author.
The plot is unique, the characters are so lovable, the bad guy is creepy and the love story is complicated.
May, the little sister is well written. So many authors miss the mark writing children's characters. Not sure why, kids can be innocent and clever at the same time. The relationship between Rafe and May is worth the read alone.
Felicity is well written as well. Holding her trust back because of her past makes the tensions more believable. Sigh......really recommend this book and this author. Kudos