Review: The Many Sins Of Lord Cameron

BOOK: THE MANY SINS OF LORD CAMERON

AUTHOR: JENNIFER ASHLEY

PUBLISHER: BERKLEY SENSATION (HISTORICAL ROMANCE)

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Book Blurb:

 He is a man of simple tastes—and complex pleasures…

 

Cameron Mackenzie is a man who loves only horses and women—in that order—or so his mistresses say.

 

Ainsley Douglas is a woman with a strong sense of justice and the desire to help others—even if that means sneaking around a rakish man’s bedchamber.

 

Which is exactly where Cam finds her—six years after he caught her the first time. Only then, she convinced Cam she was seeking a liaison, but couldn’t go through with it because of her husband. Now a widow, she’s on a mission to retrieve letters that could prove embarrassing to the queen. Cam has no interest in Ainsley’s subterfuge, but he vows to finish what they started those many years ago. One game, one kiss at a time, he plans to seduce her. And what starts out as a lusty diversion may break Cam’s own rules—and heal the scars of a dark and damaging past..

 

My Review: 

 

4 sinful stars!

 

Oh my, my.  Where to begin?

 

I’ve been reading this series from the beginning and found this book to be riveting. Jennifer Ashley has created some of the best Scottish heroes I’ve ever read.  Every single one of the Mackenzie men are yummy and such a absolute delight to read about.

 

And the covers on the books? HAWT!  

 

There’s something about a man in a kilt that will make me swoon. Kilts are sexy anyway you cut it.  Add in a little Scottish brogue and I’m a goner! Need I say more? 

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“I am a bad man, very bad, but in a different way. I want to ravish you until we’re both senseless with it, and then I want to do it all over again.”

 

Two wounded people… one physically, one emotionally… brought together six years ago. There is also Cameron’s son, Daniel, intertwined throughout the story and the dialogue between all of them flows nicely.  The relationships are wonderfully conflicted and are satisfying.

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Reading about any Mackenzie can only compare to sipping on whiskey. The  experience as you sip and savor, the aroma and the burn that makes the senses come to life… complications and dysfunction that is the Mackenzie way of life.  

 

As always with a Jennifer Ashley romance — the beginning will intrigue you and the ending will please you…

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