Sunday, August 9, 2020
The Scoundrel in Her Bed by Lorraine Heath (Review)
When they first met Lavinia was a spoiled daughter of an earl, and Finn a commoner. However, they started a friendship that had to be secreted. They started to fall for one another. Her father found out and put a stop, which cost Finn quite a bit. Now Finn and Lavinia have to work on repairing the relationship.
I enjoyed The Scoundrel in Her Bed, because we got the flashbacks on how their relationship was blossoming. Sometimes things have to come to an end, they were left bitter about one another. However, they didn't know the whole truth. Towards the end Lavinia was being selfish, but Finn was willing to let her see for herself. I'm glad it worked out in the end. Overall, was a pretty good story.
Copy provided by Avon via Edelweiss
4 1/2 Stars
Posted by Melody May at 9:32 PM
Labels: 4-Stars, Audiobook, avonromance, eARC, Historical, Romance, Victorian
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