Lessons in Temptation (Cambridge Fellows #5)
He thinks he has everything. Until someone tries to steal it.
Cambridge Fellows Mysteries, Book 5
For friends and lovers Orlando Coppersmith and Jonty Stewart, a visit to Bath starts out full of promise. While Orlando assesses the value of some old manuscripts, Jonty plans to finish his book of sonnets. Nothing exciting…until they are asked to investigate the mysterious...more
The fellows are equally distracted between Jonty's flirtatious friend and a twenty-five year old murder case that sends both men going from one witness to the next getting conflicting stories and evidence. Things start to look bleak for their relationship, but they have fought s ...more
First of all, let me advise you that, as the blurb hints, these books are part of a series. (I’ve even made a category now, to make them easier to ...more
I have always found Orlando a nice man, but maybe a bit aloof; he is most likely to react hiding himself in an imaginary shell, than facing what he didn’t like; only since Jonty knows him so well, he is able to interpreter his moods and stopping possible trouble even before they happen.
Like in this story: Orland is jealous of Jonty ...more
These are great for comfort reads. One of those things that, as long as you appreciate the narrative voice and gener ...more
Another favorite. Recommended.
Rating: 4.25 stars
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Temptations that threaten Jonty and Orlando's relationship appear just when they least expect it. I love this series and Lessons in Temptation continues to pull the reader into the sometimes rocky path to HEA for Jonty and Orlando.
All the time. And Jonty too.
(view spoiler)[And Orlando was very silly to almost kill himself only by a suspicion of a betrayal. Boring. At least I had my time with the murder... (hide spoiler)]
It was a nice book. It keeps getting better! :)["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>
Her Cambridge Fellows series of Edwardian romantic ...more