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Night of Sin (St. George Brothers #1)

3.66 of 5 stars 3.66  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Wild Lord Jack, who's seen much of the world, has wanderlust to spare. Miss Anne Marsh knows only the peace of the countryside. But during a swashbuckling caper that brings their two worlds together, unexpected sparks begin to fly.
Paperback, 336 pages
Published February 7th 2006 by Berkley (first published 2005)
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This book was much easier to read then Games of Pleasure. I should have read this one first as it was the first in the trilogy. Bad Lord Jack is the second born son, so therefore he had more freedom to roam than Ryder did. This caused dissent among the two men to the point that Jack felt more comfortable in foreign lands learning about the erotic arts, than his own country. Also his mother played a large part as well as she wanted to bind him to her. When Lord Jack ends up chasing a "dragon's to ...more
Barbara ★
This starts out strong, flags in the middle but ends strong. I really liked emotionally tortured Lord Jonathan Devoran St. George. He's an adventurer but his family just doesn't understand his need to roam. Upon his return to England, a twist of fate puts Anne Marsh in his sights. Jack is very smooth and even after breaking into her house, convinces her to travel with him. For a young English miss engaged to be married (to someone else), it all goes downhill from there. Anne lets down her guard ...more
The review of this book at says pretty much everything I want to say about this book. Julia Ross wrote some incredible love scenes, but a lot of other things in the book are over the top, including the hero as a character: an Englishman who is an expert in multiple Asian languages, Kung Fu and tantric sex! The time period of the book was also an aspect that bothered me - this is not clarified until about 3/4 of the way through the book, when some political context is explain ...more
Just as good as Games of Pleasure, though I hate reading a series out of order like this...
Historical romance that captured my imagination. Very passionate.
I tired reading this but just couldn't get into it.
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Winner of the Rita Award for Best Regency, the Romantic Times Best Historical Romance of the Year Award, two Colorado Book Awards and The CRW Award of Excellence

Also writes as Jean Ross Ewing.
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