Twilight with the Infamous Earl
The Lords of Vice series has come to an end and it has been an exciting journey. In the last installment, Twilight With the Infamous Earl, it’s time for the last Lord of Vice, the infamous Frost, to gamble his heart on true love.
Emily Cavell is a lady on a mission. She wants revenge on the man who broke her sister’s heart, leading to her suicide. She also wants to close the gambling hell patronized by the Lords of Vice. Frost first encounters his enemy, Emily, on the streets of London as she’s vocally trying to save a young woman from her vile step-father. He helps her while labeling her as “one of those drawing room reformers who dream of ridding the world of its social ills.” Frost doesn’t believe this is possible and certainly doesn’t want to be known as a do-gooder. He’s simply got to change her mind about closing his gambling hall. The more their paths cross, the harder it is for them to stick to their agendas. This is a battle of the wills practically light the pages ablaze.
The passion is hot and the characters are fun, but Frost is far from a lovable hero in this story. He’s an uncompromising womanizer and sneaks into Emily’s bedroom after only a few meetings. Emily is a weak-willed heroine. There’s more sex than plot; Steamy, but not the grand series finale I was hoping for.
|Page Count||304 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Paperbacks|
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