Discover Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase, where a tough, intelligent heroine meets a brooding marquess. This classic historical romance delivers fiery exchanges and a love story for the ages!

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Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase

Scoundrels #3
October 13, 2009

Read this if you want:

  • Brooding rake hero
  • Bluestocking strong heroine
  • Enemies to lovers

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Do you know what’s the best thing about setting and following reading goals? You get to read some amazing books!

I decided I needed to read more classic historical romances this year and I asked you guys to give me some recommendations. The one that got recommended to me the most was LORD OF SCOUNDRELS. All I can tell you guys that I adore it!

I haven’t read this author before and I’m reading out of order (which I never do!). There’s perfect chemistry between the main characters and if you like jerk heroes I think Sebastian will satisfy your needs. But I love that underneath it all he’s just a boy that never got any love and is desperate for it. Such a tender center with a prickly exterior.  Plus he whispers sexy things in Italian so I’m in heaven.

Plus we also get a strong, badass female and it was the only way it could’ve worked.  She’s every bit as strong as Sebastian and can hold her own with him. She goes toe to toe with him.  I couldn’t get enough of the chemistry and the sparks between these two.  Every second of this was a delicious experience.  They may be one of my favorite couples of the year!

I can’t wait to read more by this author and from this series.  I’ve been really missing out.

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  1. Yes! I have been going through the classical historicals on my goodreads list to find more and now you’ve just given me one so thanks!!

  2. Though I read this as an ebook first, I was lucky to win an autographed hardcover many years ago! I love this story.