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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Review: The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley


The Many Sins of Lord Cameron (Highland Pleasures, #3)The Many Sins of Lord Cameron by Jennifer Ashley
My rating:  1/2This book is one you don`t want to miss! 
Synopsis:He is a man of simple tastes - and complex pleasures...

Cameron Mackenzie is a man who loves only horses and women - in that order - or so his mistresses say.

Ainsley Douglas is a woman with a strong sense of justice and the desire to help others - even if that means sneaking around a rakish man's bedchamber.

Which is exactly where Cam finds her - six years after he caught her the first time. Only then, she convinced Cam she was seeking a liaison, but couldn't go through with it because of her husband. Now a widow, she's on a mission to retrieve letters that could prove embarrassing to the queen. Cam has no interest in Ainsley's subterfuge, but he vows to finish what they started those many years ago. One game, one kiss at a time, he plans to seduce her. And what starts out as a lusty diversion may break Cam's own rules - and heal the scars of a dark and damaging past...



Review:
Another fantastic edition to the Highland Pleasures! If you haven't read this series before, you don't know what your missing. The MacKenzies clan are one of my favorite Scottish families I've read in a while. Each book you read, you think that that novel will be the best of the series, then you read the next one and your falling in love all over again.


This time around we're dealing with Cameron MacKenzie. The black-sheep of the family. He may be looked upon as an uninterested father who only lives for his next lay, but he's much more than that. From the previous novels, I wasn't sure how to take Cameron. I knew he was hurt, but you only get a glimpse of his life from the previous novels. All the brothers were abused in their lives, but I really feel Cameron's abuse was a kind of it's own. He was hurt to the point of being broken and noone seemed to be able to help him. I was very interested in the lady who could possibly woo Cameron.


If any woman could woo Cameron it would be Ainsley. Ainsley is a proper woman who was brought up straight and on the narrow. She may have had that type of upbringing, but her adult years took a turn when she married a man decades older than her that passed away and left very little. She then took up with the Queen to help her get by. But working for the Queen isn't easy money. She sometimes has to do sneaky, underhanded things, which is how she meets Cameron MacKenzie.


I really loved this novel. As I've said in previous reviews, the story is always romantic and interesting and the secondary characters are fantastic. I'm always left begging for more MacKenzie charm. I'm about to open my ARC of THE DUKE'S PERFECT WIFE, which is Hart MacKenzies novel. I can't wait. I highly recommend this series. You won't regret it!


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