The Sins of Lord Easterbrook
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The Sins of Lord Easterbrook (Rothwell Brothers #4)

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Journey back to a time of scandal, intrigue, and reckless desire in Madeline Hunter’s sensuous new novel, the tale of a man who will give up everything for the woman he’s determined to possess—even reveal his most sinful secret.

Only a desperate mission could bring Leona Montgomery face-to-face with the scoundrel whose dangerous sensuality once sent her fleeing from his ar...more
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Published January 27th 2009 by Dell (first published January 1st 2009)
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Rane
While this book sounded great, for me it fell flat.

After seven years Leona Montgomery and Christian, Marquess of Easterbrook meet again, as Leona travels to London in order to find partners in her family’s shipping business and to investigate some top peers whom slowly destroyed her father’s business and later slowly killed him When she comes across Christian again the years fall away as the attraction that sparked between them still burns bright. Christian has never forgotten again Leona throu...more
Julie (jjmachshev)
"The Sins of Lord Easterbrook" is book four in Madeline Hunter's 'Rothwell' family series and in some ways, I think it might be the most interesting. The story is one of the clash of cultures, traditions, classes, and genders.

Leona is the daughter of an English father and a Portuguese mother who was raised in the Far East. She's never forgotten the Englishman, Edmund, who was the object of her affections, her first kiss, and possibly her first betrayal. She's come to England to assist her young...more
Ne
Os Pecados de Lord Easterbrook é sem dúvida o livro mais exótico que já li de Madeline Hunter. Este prima principalmente pela diferença, apesar de ser a conclusão da "trilogia" Easterbrook.
A capa e a sinopse não me desiludiram nem um bocadinho.
Não sei se foi pela introdução da personagem Leona, estrangeira apesar das suas raízes, se foi pela personalidade estranha, que mais tarde se revela ser outra coisa, do excêntrico Lord, só sei que este livro nos faz sair um pouco do romance confortável do...more
Ana T.
I have been a fan of Madeline Hunter ever since she wrote medievals. While those still remain in my keeper’s shelf her latest offerings haven’t been granted the same status. Entertaining yes but not as fulfilling. I do still read them all and the latest one was this.

We’ve been following Easterbrook since book 1 of the Rothwell series (this is book nº4) and while he hasn’t been a very sympathetic character there’s always been an aura of mystery about him that I felt could be a good omen for his...more
Shell Schroth

I have just recently discovered Madeline Hunter, after experiencing a rather, drawn out, and annoying bout of 'reader's block'

I picked this book up at my local bookstore, thinking it would be an easy read, to help me out of my slump. Let me tell you what I have discovered, about Ms Hunter...

In my opinion, her writing is amazingly clever, devastatingly sexy, and with just the right amount of mystery to keep the pages turning.

In short, I have definatly found myself another favorite author.

Do not...more
Keri
Leona and Christian met seven years ago in a land faraway from England. When Leona ends up in England looking for "Edmund", Christian knows that his past is about to come back and finish taking out the rest of his heart. He never forgot the dark-haired, dark-eyed beauty and she never forgot the kisses of a wild, dark souled young man.

Leona has come to try and form some shipping alliances for her brother's shipping company. She has also come to find the men whom destroyed her father and ultimate...more
Sandra
Já não é mistério nenhum que eu gosto desta autora. Sempre que a Asa edita algum livro desta senhora é ver-me a ir direitinha a uma FNAC, BERTRAND ou livraria da esquina.

Parte do fascínio que esta autora provoca deve-sa sobretudo à fluidez na escrita dela que permita que, por muito complicada que seja a trama, os leitores devorem os seus livros sem dar conta do passar de páginas.




Quanto a este livro, os principais pontos já estão escarrapachados na sinopse e daí eu não avançar mais.

A personagem...more
Catherine
I have been looking forward to this book for what seems like forever. Throughout this series I have been intrigued by Lord Easterbrook. He was so different from all the other characters and I couldn't wait to see what made him tick. Unfortunately it didn't meet my expectations.

I think the statement that Easterbrook makes to Leona, "I am Easterbrook" really defines the entirety of his character. He's troubled yes, but the issues he has are overshadowed by his arrogance and belief in his own super...more
Viviana
Depois de Casamento de Conveniênia pensei que a autora tinha perdido a imaginação e admito que comprei este livro com baixas expectativas e apenas para terminar a colecção. E ainda bem que o fiz.
Gostei bastante deste romance que, apesar de ser semelhante aos dois primeiros (As Regras da Sedução e Jogos de Sedução), nos apresenta a misteriosa China dos inícios do século XIX com as suas tradições mas também com a maldição do tráfico do ópio.
Trata-se de um romance histórico mas também muito exótic...more
Célia Loureiro
Detestei este livro...
Depois de tantas expectativas, de tanto dar a entender que o Christian era tão misterioso... ficou muito aquém dos irmãos Hayden e Elliot. O Hayden será sempre o meu favorito - e o Elliot e a Phaedra andei a enrolar até mais não.

Agora este Christian e a Leona? Não me senti nada apegada à história, a Madeline não conseguiu cumprir aquilo para o que se propôs com todas as expectativas que nos passou através dos volumes anteriores...


Tempo de Ler
'Ninguém quer saber do comércio de ópio. Querem o seu chá e não se preocupam com quantos chineses morrem por ele.'

Leona chega de Macau para investigar a existência de um grupo de contrabandistas formado por homens de alto nível de Inglaterra, consequentemente responsáveis pela ruína do seu pai. De imediato, Leona desperta um perigoso e negativo interesse sobre a sua pessoa e os seus movimentos... Atraindo inclusivamente a atenção do suspeito, esquisito, excêntrico, influente, implacável e arrog...more
nurmawati

gw suka banget novel ini...why ? co nya sangat kompleks tapi cinta mati sama ce nya...apa aja dilakukan buat ce nya padahal udah 7 taun gak ketemu...

begini nih cerita nya....
leona montgomerry datang ke inggris buat mewakilkan adiknya dan mencari partnership buat perusahaan pelayarannya...
tapi selain itu leona juga mau meyelidiki kematian ayahnya 7 tahun lalu...
leona curiga ayahnya di bunuh karena ayahnya sangat vokal menentang penyelundupan opium dari china ke inggris dan sebaliknya...
leona dan...more
Isa
Com uma linguagem acessível e um enredo que qualquer pessoa gosta, este livro tal como todos anteriores a estes conseguiram-me conquistar, adorei a série.
Desde o primeiro livro que tive curiosidade em saber o porquê de Christian Easterbrook ter um comportamento diferente do habitual para alguém da posição dele e nesta obra tive a oportunidade de o conhecer melhor tal como o seu passado na pele de Edmund.
Toda a história se desenvolve através de um grande problema que ainda é bastante atual nos di...more
Catarina
Este livro foi uma excelente aquisição para as minhas estantes, e gostei imenso de o ler.
Foi a minha segunda leitura de Madeline Hunter, e não desiludiu. Uma vez mais, calhou-me um livro ao acaso, e talvez isso tenha contribuído para não só gostar imenso da história, como para me despertar a atenção para os outros títulos da mesma série, tal como aconteceu com o "Mil Noites de Paixão".

Além do romance e do erotismo que esperava de um título de Madeline Hunter, "Os Pecados de Lord Easterbrook" dã...more
Bridget
I am sorry to see this series end. The Rothwell family is fascinating and the women feisty and fun. The Lord and eldest brother, Christian, is a mystery to most, even his own brothers Elliott and Hayden. He spent several years gone from England when he was not yet the Marques, with no explanation, only to return with no answers. He is uncaring of the rumors swirling around him - after all he is now the Marques and above common gossip - but a family member puts it well - he seems to be waiting fo...more
Virginia
I must admit, I initially didn't really care for this story. I really liked the Marquess of Easterbrook from Hunter's other novels, but in this book, I found his voice confusing and cliche. I truly don't care for Regencies with mentions of the Orient or the East. Mostly because I know that if the views are true to the era, I'll be offended, and if they aren't, I'll be annoyed that it is so modern.

However, the mystery involving the Montgomery family as well as the Easterbrooks surpassed my disda...more
Vivisection
Rainy three day week-ends demand mindless trash. Mindless this was and marginally entertaining. It could have been better had Hunter actually fleshed out the initial interlude between Leona and Christian or perhaps made his "affliction" more concrete. Mirror, shadows and illusion simply make a lack-luster story. Still, everyone was screwing, avoiding scandal, getting married and cranking out the kids with the blessing of "society." A true bourgeois ending that preserves the status quo. Natch.
Vanessa Jaye
I really, really, loved Christian/Edmund. He was an interesting mix ruthless/decisive and vulnerable and overall a very unusual/odd hero due to his afflction. (There was something about him that reminded me of hero in The Madness of Ian Mackenzie.) Anywho I thought Leona, the heroine, was fairly strong and and likeable heroine and liked the secondary characters as well. The begining was a little slow I think because the writing felt a little formal. But Christian sealed the deal for me.
Tempo de Ler
'Ninguém quer saber do comércio de ópio. Querem o seu chá e não se preocupam com quantos chineses morrem por ele.'


Leona chega de Macau para investigar a existência de um grupo de contrabandistas formado por homens de alto nível de Inglaterra, consequentemente responsáveis pela ruína do seu pai. De imediato, Leona desperta um perigoso e negativo interesse sobre a sua pessoa e os seus movimentos... Atraindo inclusivamente a atenção do suspeito, esquisito, excêntrico, influente, implacável e arrog...more
Mónica Pereira
Adoro esta escritora e os seus livros.
Na minha opinião são romances que fazem prender o leitor e tem um escrita simples, fluída, fácil de perceber.
Quem não conhece esta escritora vai-se apaixonar desde o primeiro livro.
Recomendo vivamente a leitura dos seus livros, tanto no inverno como no verão :)
Kit
I've enjoyed reading the reviews on this book- so varied. If you enjoyed the series you have to read Christian and Leona's story. MH has written one of the best declarations of love around! Her endings are almost always amazing and this one in particular was outstanding.
Vanessa Montês
Um livro de rápida leitura, para ler quando não queremos algo em demasiado rebuscado, mas com um pouco de romance e até mesmo mistério :)
Eileen
This book nicely tied up the series, but took me forever to get through due to lack of interest for some reason.
Kshydog
According to the reviews I should have read #1 and especially #3 in the series. Book was OK on its own. Christian/Edmund was very much full of himself with his "I am Easterbrook" attitude so maybe the other books in the series would make me understand that attitude better. Liked how his problems were described from his ability to understand emotions to his solutions to opium addiction. Interesting that a Chinese book was used for inspiration on the sexual scenes yet it was still described tastef...more
Raquel Leite
Ainda melhor que o anterior.
Chris
One word - boring.
Lucimar
Enfim conheci Lord Easterbrook, um personagem cheios de segredos, conhecido como estranho, enigmático, insociável e recluso pela sociedade. Sua rotina é alterada com a chegada de Leona Montgomery que ele conhecera sete anos atrás, um mulher exótica e sensual por quem sempre se sentira atraído. A atração continua lá, mas Leona acha-o diferente do homem que conhecera anteriormente. Não confia muito nele, visto que ele usava outro nome. Easterbrook a deseja com todo seu ser, mas, os segredos que ma...more
Sharon
The Sins of Lord Easterbrook, Madeline Hunter - The Rothwell series as a whole has been a strong one and I've enjoyed all of them, particularly the stories with the first two brothers, Elliot and Hayden. Christian's story, while enjoyable, just wasn't as strong for me. I liked very much his unconventional behavior and views of the world. In fact, unconventional attitudes about social customs is a recurring theme in the series. I didn't though find Christian to be as compelling as the lead-up for...more
Mackenzie
Possible spoiler! Leona Montgomery came to London with a mission to assist her brother (after her father's death 7 years ago) to find a shipping partner or alliances for their families shipping business going into China. Her other hidden agendas included making the people in London aware of the opium business as well as try and discover who the powerful people in London were who destroyed her father partly due to his vocal concerns regarding opium. In trying to make contacts, Leona began meeting...more
Jill Dunlop
The Sins of Lord Easterbrook is the fourth book of Madeline Hunter's Rothwell Series. Madeline is one of my favorite authors and this is a wonderful series. In this book Christian, Marquess of Easterbrook discovers that Leona Montgomery is now residing in London. He first met her seven years ago in China, while escaping his father and duties. Leona's family were English shipping merchants involved in trade with India and China. After discovering some unsavory things about the shipping industry a...more
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Madeline Hunter is a nationally bestselling author of historical romances who lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons. In a parallel existence to the one she enjoys as a novelist, she has a Ph.D. in art history and teaches at an East Coast university.
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