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The Sinner Who Seduced Me: A Regency Rogues Novel (Regency Rogues #3)

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  169 ratings  ·  23 reviews
A dedicated Young Corinthian agent, James Marlowe accepts the riskiest of missions—to go undercover as a traitor and infiltrate a deadly French crime organization. He is prepared for all matters of intrigue—everything but a surprise encounter with the only woman he has ever loved. Five years ago, the exquisitely stunning Clarissa Collins spurned James’s love and broke his ...more
ebook, 320 pages
Published July 26th 2011 by Ballantine Books
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This is book three of Stefanie Sloanes debut trilogy this year and while I liked it, I didn't really love it either but I think that was because I personally don't like to read a lot of the 'secret spy' type stories so maybe if I had waited a bit after reading The Angel in My Arms I might have enjoyed it a bit more. That being said, if you have not read The Angel in My Arms yet, I suggest that you do first as something quite shocking in there leads to the events that happen in this book.

James Ma
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Dec 02, 2014 Amanda marked it as thrown-back-to-the-library-gods  ·  review of another edition
I should always know to stop reading books when I end up tweeting quotes from the book.

Her backside was so round and firm, James could have bit into it right then and there.

I probably could have powered through this book, but I'm sick and tired and I was starting to gravitate to watching TV and thinking about napping. I made it about 37% before giving up.

I'm still kind of confused about Clarissa's and James's falling out, though. A rumor went around that Clarissa's father (James's mentor) was ha
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I had a very difficult time writing a review for The Sinner Who Seduced Me because I had a very difficult time reading it. Perhaps most of my disappointment came from having high expectations after being pleasantly surprised by Book Two of the series. In that story I felt that the author had created well rounded characters, a suspenseful plot, and a romance that I could believe. Unfortunately for every good point that I read in the second book the opposite was the case for the third. The charact ...more
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This is the third Regency Rogues novel (THE ANGEL IN MY ARMS was the first; THE DEVIL IN DISGUISE was the second), and, as in the previous two books, we’re following a Young Corinthian—in this case, James Marlowe—into danger as he infiltrates Les Moines (The Monks), an organization tied to Napoleon. At the end of THE DEVIL IN DISGUISE, it was necessary for James to make sure that his Young Corinthians though
Stefanie Sloane (The Devil in Disguise, The Angel in My Arms) continues the daring adventures of the Young Corinthians spy organization with this latest installment in her Regency Rogues series.

Five years ago, James Marlowe broke Clarissa Collins's heart and disappeared from her life--according to Clarissa. In James's recollection, Clarissa broke his heart and sent him away. Now a British double agent concealed within the French espionage organization Les Moines, James is shocked when Les Moines
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2.5 stars. I really wanted to like this book more than I did. But this one was just okay. There were a few things that contributed to my feelings...

* I just didn't like Marlowe as well as the last two heroes.
* I like the IDEA of two people who were in love and some big thing came between them and drove them apart, but James and Clarissa's issue? I was like, "Ummm... that's IT? You should get over that..... 4 years and 364 days ago...." It seemed more like a mad-for-a-day issue, rather than a mad
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Carrie Olguin
Boring. Too much backstory for this couple. The reason for their breakup didn't ring true for me. Of course, I had just finished an outstanding (funny and fast paced) alpha male story the night before, so that might be why I felt such a let down.

This story is about two oridinary people with a bitter past based on a secret kept for five years. I can't imagine the parents of the heroine (especially the father who loves his wife) would allow the deception go on that long and allow his noble wife a
Blah. I've officially decided I do NOT like Ms. Sloane's books. The hero and heroine here are both morons. I like the spy premise, given that my other guilty pleasures are usually historical mysteries, but this is just crap.
I'm not sure what went wrong here...I really liked the first two books in this series, but this one just fell flat. My biggest problem is that I found the entire plot completely implausible. I found the elaborate kidnapping/masquerade in order to get money just dumb...there would have been a lot more expedient methods to get money from the Bennetts. I didn't find anything credible about James' and Clarissa' break-up and renewed romance. Both the Young Corinthians and Les Moines organizations wer ...more
Tatiana Lammers
I received the book as a present from Stefanie Sloane and I want to thank her for those three great books (first 3 in the series).
The third book in Regency Rogues series contains enough action, suspense and mystery as its predecessors, 'The Devil in Disguise' and 'The Angel in My Arms'. It's an easy to read and rather captivating story. The book combines intrigue, suspense, and romance that make one keep turn the pages until the end of the story. All the characters are written so good, with thei
Probably the weakest in the series so far and a poor follow-up from a very strong build up in books One and Two. Annoying main characters, terrible "spy" plot, a cartoon villian, and little tie-in to the rest of the series. Full review posted on The Window Seat on a Rainy Day
Tons of action in this book!!! James is always battling with Clarissa through the whole book and its hilarious how Clarissa is always confusing him! Clarissa is very dramatic and is trying to figure out who she is and what she feels. I literally finished this in one day because I did not want to put this book down!!!
Lynne Tull
Perfect! Just the right amount of story, suspense and love. It was a fast read, but I didn't find the need to skip chunks of text to get to the story. I really like this author and this series. I have read the first three. There are three more to come.
I am very much enjoying this series of romance novels. They are light quick reads and exactly what you would expect from a regency romance novel. The characters are engaging and the plots are interesting and the romance is wonderful.
The best story of the three. Like the spy meeting and protecting his lost love who has to become his partner. Carmichael does seem to find love his spies. Looking forward to the next.
The last book in the series was definitely a let-down. It followed the same formula as the others which means Sloane is using a cookie cutter to write her books.
enjoyed the book very much. is the 4th book i have read in the series and will continue to read more. love the spy vs Napoleon theme. it is very interesting.
Plot was pretty good, I liked the characters but it lacked the passion I'm accustomed to in other books and I think the subplot could have been better developed.
Diane Sallans
This was a very enjoyable Regency series.
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Sinopsis en Español // Synopsis in Spanish 1 1 Mar 14, 2015 09:58AM  
  • Always a Temptress (The Drake's Rakes #3)
  • Seduction & Scandal (The Brethren Guardians, #1)
  • Too Wicked to Wed (Lords of Midnight, #1)
  • Guarding a Notorious Lady (Devine & Friends, #3)
  • A Borrowed Scot (The Tulloch Sgàthán Trilogy, #3)
  • The Chocolate Debutante (Regency Royal, #17)
  • One Night in London (The Truth About the Duke #1)
  • Engaged in Sin
  • How to Seduce a Scoundrel (How To Series #2)
  • The Prince's Bride (Effingtons, #4)
  • The Wolf Who Loved Me (Westfield Wolves, #5)
  • Follow My Lead (The Blue Raven, #3)
  • Lord and Lady Spy (Lord and Lady Spy, #1)
  • The Virtuoso (Duke's Obsession, #3) (Windham, #3)
  • A Tale of Two Lovers (The Writing Girls, #2)
  • Heiress in Love (Ministry of Marriage, #1)
  • Ripe for Scandal (The League of Second Sons, #2)
  • Wed Him Before You Bed Him (School For Heiresses, Book 6)

Other Books in the Series

Regency Rogues (6 books)
  • The Devil in Disguise (Regency Rogues, #1)
  • The Angel in My Arms (Regency Rogues, #2)
  • The Saint Who Stole My Heart (Regency Rogues, #4)
  • The Scoundrel Takes a Bride (Regency Rogues, #5)
  • The Wicked Widow Meets Her Match (Regency Rogues, #6)
The Devil in Disguise (Regency Rogues, #1) The Angel in My Arms (Regency Rogues, #2) The Saint Who Stole My Heart (Regency Rogues, #4) The Scoundrel Takes a Bride (Regency Rogues, #5) The Wicked Widow Meets Her Match (Regency Rogues, #6)

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