Review

Tangled in Sin by Lavinia Kent

An innocent young woman flirts with scandal and becomes the mistress of her own forbidden desires in this stimulating Regency romance from the author of Mastering the Marquess.

Lady Cynthia Westhope can’t believe the shocking rumor is true. Her childhood friend, the daughter of a duke no less, has become the madam of London’s most exclusive and notorious brothel. Though she’s known as “Sin,” Cynthia is scandalized—and surprisingly curious. Just picturing the whips, the chains, the uncontrollable urges men gratify behind closed doors sends a jolt of electricity through her body. Still, Sin can’t imagine taking part in such games—until she’s snatched off the street during a raging storm and swept away to a remote cottage.

When James Winters encounters the comely virgin, he assumes she’s one of Madame Blanche’s fresh new beauties, especially after Sin pulses in ecstasy as he ravishes her. Then he discovers that she’s Lord Westhope’s virgin daughter . . . or was. Now they will both be compromised, unless James devises a plan to save Sin from disgrace. Before long, they’re entangled in a web of tempting propositions, family secrets, and sensual intrigue—and bound together so tightly that James never wants to let go.

As always I want to thank Random House Loveswept and Netgalley for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.

I will admit I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about Madam Blanche and what happened to Madam Rouge’s after Madam Rouge left it to her sister. But this was a good way to start off the change, with Madam Blanche’s brother and best friend falling in love with each other. The fact that Lady Cynthia has had feeling for him for years made it even more special for me. I can’t wait to see what else is going to happen in Madam Blanche’s.

I give this book 4 kidnapped kisses…

Happy Reading… Adri

 

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