Review: Lord of Scoundrels

Review: Lord of Scoundrels

Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase Published by HarperCollins on 2009-10-13 Genres: Fiction, General, Historical, Romance Pages: 384 Goodreads They call him many names, but Angelic isn't one of them . . . Sebastian Ballister, the notorious Marquess of Dain, is big, bad, and dangerous to know. No respectable woman would have anything to do with the I popped my historical romance cherry. 🙂 Lord of Scoundrels takes place in England and France during the eighteen hundreds among Lords and Lady’s, counts and countesses, March’s and Marchionesses. However, I didn’t feel lost or out of sorts. I understood the time and speech. The speech was authentic without me struggling to figure out what was happening.   About the Romance Lord of Scoundrels is an ode to Beauty and the Beast featuring, Lady Trent, the beauty” … the silken hair nearly blue-black in color, almond-shaped silver-grey eyes, alabaster complexion, and graceful figure…Miss Jessica had inherited her late father’s brains, physical agility, and courage. She could ride, fence, and shoot with the best of them. Actually, when it came to pistols, she was the best of the whole family, and that was saying something.   and Lord Dain the beast. The great brute was an abomination, a disgrace to his country, an idle reprobate with no more conscience than a dung beetle. I enjoyed the rocky journey of them getting together, although I felt the Lady was too understanding of Lord Dain’s antics. Some of them were unreasonable and mean.   About the Sex Sex scenes were good without being explicit. Everything is implied. Truthfully, I skimmed some of the sex scenes, but the...