June 28, 2007


It would have been the wedding of the year-had the groom, Sir Nigel Boscastle, bothered to put in an appearance. To the shock of her distinguished guests, the respectable Lady Jane Welsham is left humiliated at the altar. Yet truth be told, although outwardly ruined she is elated to have escaped marriage to a man she does not love.

Enter Grayson Boscastle, the irresistible Marquess of Sedgecroft (and cousin to Nigel). Grayson's duty is clear: salvage the young lady's pride and reestablish the family's good name, while repairing his own tarnished reputation as one of London's most notorious scoundrels. Their whirlwind affair is the talk of the ton. Yet nothing is as it seems between the bewitching Lady Jane, who knows that her wedding was cleverly sabotaged, and her charming rogue, as they are drawn into an amusing game of seduction and secrets.


This book was funny as well as very romantic.
I loved everything: the story, the characters, the romance, the writingstyle.
This is a series I’m really going to enjoy reading.
Grayson is a hero to die for, Jane is a heroin you can really relate to.
Their interactions are romantic and fun, their chemistry is hot.
Grayson is endearing and in the way he wants to do the right thing by Jane, by his family and by the memory of his late father and brother.
Jane is endearing in the way she doesn’t stand in the way of Nigel’s true happiness in spite of it causing trouble for herself.
The siblings, both Boscastle and Welsham are a delight to read about.
I loved the way Jane and Grayson tried to trick and seduce eachother at every opportunity without knowing they each know of each other’s schemes.

Jillian Hunter had a way of writing that enthralls you despite of it being simple and straight forward. The dialogues and interactions are simply great.

I can only say that I want more of this and luckily for me there are at least 5 more books in this series to come.



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