INNOCENCE AND IMPROPRIETY 2
It’s the dawn of the 19th century and a masked man is attacking women of the night in London. Just as this fiend hides his secret identity, Irish singer Rose O’Keefe must conceal her feelings for the Marquess of Tannerton’s secretary, Jameson Flynn. While Flynn may wish to be with his siren, the Marquess has already set his eyes on having her, if only to prevent her from falling into the clutches of the despicable Earl of Greythorne. Never mind the love triangle; can Rose manage to survive the harsh streets of London, or will she soon be singing her swan song?
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- a bit scary 4
- JAB 11/02/2015
I will admit, that I was a bit scared throughout the plot of the second book. I mean the antagonist's eyes reminded me of a dead fish, yet, he made them look so ugly. I also loved the drama and the tension between the two. Not the usual tension of hating and wanting to kill each other but the fact that they are in love but they hold such a debt to the same person. The hero owes a debt to the man because he gave him a job and a life. The heroine made an agreement with the hero to give her a chance to take lessons that her help her become an actress in exchange that she will become his mistress. I love the twist towards the beginning of the resolution and the epilogue. I love how the hero is able to find different ways to protect the heroine and I love the heroine's strength in order to keep moving from the vicious stalker. I also love the man's reaction when the hero and heroine reveal their affair to him. Its a great ending. I love that it was a girl.
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