A Notorious Ruin: The Sinclair Sisters Series by Carolyn Jewel

A Notorious Ruin: The Sinclair Sisters Series

byCarolyn Jewel

Kobo ebook | September 23, 2014

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She hides her heart behind a thick skin. He’s the only one who sees right through it.

Lucy Sinclair Wilcott is a widow and the subject of public scorn. She knows her first marriage ruined her, and she couldn’t remarry if she wanted to. A façade of bland kindness is the only thing that keeps her sane in the face of thinly-veiled tabloid insults. She wants nothing more than to save enough money to move to a cottage of her own to keep her sister safe from their father’s poor judgment.

The Marquess of Thrale, a visitor to the Sinclair home, picks up on Lucy’s emptiness, but he soon realizes it’s an act. Everything he believes about the beautiful widow is wrong. She’s a brilliant, amusing, and arousing woman of deep honor.

As Lucy’s long-absent feelings of desire surge back, Lord Thrale must convince her that she’s everything he wants in a lover, for the rest of his life.

A Notorious Ruin is the second book in the Sinclair Sisters saga, a series of Regency romance novels. If you like unpredictable plots, refreshing dynamics, and sensual attraction, then you’ll love Carolyn Jewel's tale of passion.

Buy A Notorious Ruin to continue the sumptuous series today!

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A long awaited sequel blends eroticism and Regency elegance...

Jewel did a superb job of evoking the era and locale. The lovely and explicit sex scenes also rang true and yet did not pull me out of the era, which I thought masterful. I am glad that Jewel has gone back to this series, and I'm looking forward to the next of the Sinclair Sisters to fall in love. -- Make Kay, Fresh Fiction

 

Title:A Notorious Ruin: The Sinclair Sisters SeriesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 23, 2014Publisher:Carolyn Jewel, AuthorLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1937823318

ISBN - 13:9781937823313

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