Unsure of his reception, Jack Lennox adopts the guise of his own secretary upon returning to his ancestral home to claim his father's earldom. When he arrives, he's stunned to discover the previous earl's lovely young widow, a woman of beguiling curves and sensual smiles, warming the bed...
Mary Lennox is determined to remain in Pinchbeck Hall and a mere secretary isn't going to tell her otherwise. But Jack Smith is a man of many talents and soon she's succumbing to his erotic games of pleasure. Only Mary may have underestimated the intensity of her wanton longings and the depths of Jack's dark desires...
There aren’t many options for fantastic erotic historical romance, but The Sinners Club is an excellent example that this is a delicious genre that I would love to read more of.
Ms. Pearce does a great job of being historical accurate while blending in some beautifully kinky scenes. I really loved Jack Lennox, because he is the perfect example of what a hero should be. He’s willing to love and put those he loves first even when it takes away things he wanted. He isn’t mean, or too arrogant to change his ways and opinions.
Mary is a strong heroine and is willing to do anything she needs to protect herself and the ones she loves. It was refreshing to meet a heroine who owns up to her sexual appetites.
This isn’t a cut and dry hero/heroine romance, they’re a perfect example that relationships and sexual appetites can be very fluid things. It really works for this story.
I really look forward to more in this series. I have read her other series and had met Jack Lennox before but I don’t think it’s a requirement to read and enjoy this book. I’ve told at least three friends to read this book immediately, so I definitely highly recommend it.
I received a copy from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my review.