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SUMMARY Ö Lord of Scoundrels Á [Reading] ➽ Lord of Scoundrels By Loretta Chase – DETERMINED LADY Tough minded Jessica Trent's sole intention is to free her nitwit brother from the destructive influence of Sebastian Ballister the notorious Maruess of Dain She never expects to desir DETERMINED LADY Tough minded Jessica TrePlaces them in a scandalously compromising and public position Jessica is left with no choice but to seek satisfactionLORD OF SCOUNDRELS Damn the minx Lord of eBook #224 for tempting him kissing him and then forcing him to salvage her reputation Lord Dain can't. I hardly know what to say about this one I haven't read too many historicals in the past year but boy oh boy maybe I should start This book had me totally riveted The story the witty dialogue the oh so complicated hero the take no guff heroine the whole lovehate thing between the Hh it was at times funny sad frustrating but there was never a dull moment At times I felt sooo sorry for Dain who grew up unwanted and unloved but other times I wanted to slap him upside the head and tell him to grow up already Thank God that Lady Jessica came into his life because I'm not sure there was another person in the world who could get through to him and into his heart and go toe to toe with him She was one tough smart heroine I loved her Dain had such a low opinion of himself both physically and morally women children and life in general that I didn't think he could be saved I don't think I've ever read about a messed up tortured hero But boy was he fascinating I also loved how he and Jess were so passionately attracted to each other but didn't want to be animal lust I think they called it I just loved their whole dynamic how they met how they wanted each other how they fought those sexy Italian phrases he used with Jess and how they grew to love each other Wonderful storytellingA minor uibble I got a little tired of reading about Dain's supposedly huge nose I get it his nose was big and the reference to him as Beelzebub that just sounded too ugly and in my head Dain was one giant sexy man who just desperately needed some lovin' I'm so glad that this wicked hero was able to be redeemed and I enjoyed reading about his stubborn journey towards loveIf you haven't read a historical in a while you can't go wrong with this one I urge anyone to try it This is just as good if not better than anything I've ever read by the fabulous Lisa Kleypas 5 big stars

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Wait to put the infuriating bluestocking in her place and in some amorous position And if that means marriage so be it though Sebastian is less than certain he can continue to remain aloof and steel his heart to the sensuous headstrong lady's considerable char. 45 starsNow I know why this book is considered a classic in the romance genre I was utterly charmed by the unconventional love story between Lord Dain and Jessica Trent Dain was described as somewhat less than an appealing hero physically with a countenance of a brute But boy did he won me over in the end not by changing into someone unrecognizable but just by being him and falling in love with Jessica Jessica Trent is one of the best heroines I've read of all time Seriously this girl rocks She was sassy smart and beautiful Most of all she wasn't afraid to call Dain on his bullshit And while she was a virgin she didn't act like a nitwit when it comes to getting physically intimate with her brute of a husband Their banter was hilarious It was one of the best things of this book I found myself giggling and sometimes outright laughing at their banter and their inner monologues The wit and the humor was outstandingWhile this book was far from being perfect I enjoyed it immensely Loretta Chase's skill at making an almost impossible character likable was truly remarkable By the end of the book I totally and utterly besotted with Dain and felt for him even though some of his thoughts were truly horridly misogynistic The only explanation I could find for it aside from her skillful writing was the fact that Jessica was the best and the perfect heroine for Dain Had she been paired with a far classic hero who was so handsome and dashing the outcome would have been different As it is Dain and Jessica were magnificent together I'll definitely be reading this one again on my Kindle because while I enjoyed listening to it I would much prefer imagining Jessica and Dain's voice on my own in my head Not that Kate Reading didn't do a wonderful job but I find her voice distracting sometimes especially while voicing Dain But other than that this was a thoroughly enjoyable experience


Lord of ScoundrelsDETERMINED LADY Tough minded Jessica Trent's sole intention is to free her nitwit brother from the destructive influence of Sebastian Ballister the notorious Maruess of Dain She never expects to desire the arrogant amoral cad And when Dain's reciprocal passion. romances that make me laugh swoon are top tier especially with a truly domineering heroine emotionally damaged hero chef's kiss