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All Night with a Rogue: Lords of Vice (Lords of Vice #1)

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Notorious, handsome, and decadent, the Lords of Vice prowl the glittering ballrooms of Regency London— breaking rules and hearts with equal aplomb. But even the wildest rogue must eventually meet his match…

Seduce Lady Juliana Ivers and then cast her aside: Those are his sister’s instructions. Alexius Braverton, Marquess of Sinclair—known as Sin to the ton—is happy enough t
ebook, 320 pages
Published February 2nd 2010 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published January 30th 2010)
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Miranda Davis
Not a Regency, not a romance. Manslut meets virginal crypto-hussy, sex ensues. Big surprise. This one made me grouchy. Sorry.

Characters were all anachronistic, vague, hormonally motivated, and one dimensional (dots, not even dashes). The men of the Vice Club are interchangeable mansluts -- the hero Sinclair is nicknamed Sin. If you think about it hard, the subtle significance will become clear. The heroine is a down-on-her-luck marquess' daughter and supposed spunky composer who's run afoul of h
I liked the story and it moved at a good pace without too much filler. It is more on the steamy/sleezy side. The story begins with the heroine being stuck up a tree hiding. The hero arrives with the married hostess of the ball and she proceeds to "pleasure" him.
The basic plot is Sin, the hero, is asked to do a favor by his sister. Seduce and cast aside Lady Juliana Ivers. So he goes forth with the plan. Without giving any spoilers, I will say I did have issues with certain events in the story a
I don't even know where to begin with this book.

Nicknames of hero & his friends reminded me a lot of Stephanie Laurens' Bar Cynter series...Sin, Vane, Dare, Reign, Frost, Saint, etc.

Hero is basically whored out by his sister and told to seduce the heroine then dump her because heroine was so much younger than sister who feared she was going to lose the one guy who paid her any attention at balls.

Mother dearest is a compulsive gambler and to pay off her debt, she practically sold the heroine
I really feel like a large chunk of this story was missing. The book reads more like an outline than an in depth exploration of two characters falling in love. The premise sounded like the movie Cruel Intentions, and since I enjoyed that I figured I'd give this a try. Unfortunately I didn't enjoy this set up or the characters very much.

Alexius Sinclair, otherwise known as Sin, agrees to a plot his half sister, Belle, hatches. Sin is to seduce and then discard Juliana Ivers because she is heartle
I loved the concept of the book. It was very "Cruel Intentions." However, the delivery just fell short of my expectations. It started off well with some steamy scenes, but the actual romance in the story was lacking. I never really felt like the characters even really cared about each other. They spent a couple of weeks boning with no real emotional attachment shown, followed by the heroine spending the rest of the book (more than half of it) trying to escape the two douchebags who blackmail her ...more
Sometimes when you pick up a book, you don't know what you're getting yourself into. I was thinking this was going to be a formulaic regency romance. It turned out to be a little bit more than that. One review I read labeled it at "sleazy" but I'm going to have to respectfully disagree. It was more along the lines of steamy. I like steamy.

I think the biggest draw for me was that Juliana wasn't a bubbleheaded society girl looking for a husband. She fell into Sin's bed with very little prodding fr
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I almost didn't finish this, then realized that if I don't finish it, I can't give it bad review. It was bad. The basic plot setup is that a woman asks her brother to seduce a virginal young woman because she's jealous. The "hero" does it, but only because he wants to anyway. How romantic.

The historical/social stuff was way off. This was supposedly a Regency concerning aristocrats. A man introduces himself to a marriageable young woman. Young woman accepts a gift of jewelry from a man. (he gave
Maureen Feeney
Lady Juliana Ivers is in the garden at a ball, hiding from a lecherous escort she hides in a tree. While in the tree she sees Alexius, Marquess of Sinclair, known as "Sin" to his friends being plesured by their hostess. Sin sees the innocent girl in the tree watching. Sin is one of the 7 members of "The Lords of Vice". Titled gentlemen who spend their time in drink and debauchery and they all have nicknames.

Sins sister Belle is jealous of Julianas frienship with her lover Kyd so she asks Sin to
Mandi Schreiner
Alexius Lothar Braverton, Marquess of Sinclair, aka “Sin” to his friends is having a grand ‘ole time in the dark of the garden, with a lady on her knees in front of him. That is until he looks up and sees Lady Juliana Ivers sitting in a tree above him, utterly embarrassed she is witnessing this scene. Ironically, Juliana is in the tree because she needed to escape a pursuer who probably had the same thing on his mind. Sin discreetly get his lady friend to disappear, for he is very intrigued by t ...more
Kind of disappointed in this one: Firstly, I didn't think the characters were built up enough, the sexual relationship that suddenly springs up between Sin and J seemed rushed and sleazy, (view spoiler) and secondly, Sin was an ass! A shallow, sleazy, undeserving a**, while Juliana was a weak miss ...more
Alexius Braverton, Marquess of Sinclair, was a known rogue throughout the ton. Lady Juliana Ivers happened to be in London and she captured his attention but he had no intention of wedding her.

Juliana Ivers also had no intention of wedding Alexius but found herself attracted to him. She was ambitious and focused on finding a publisher for her music compositions.

Juliana continued seeing Alexius, knowing that he was a rogue and knowing that he had no intentions of marriage either. She knew that t
Sandy M
I love finding new authors to read. Not that my old favorites don’t cut it anymore, there’s just nothing wrong with new blood being pumped into the market. And Alexandra Hawkins is making a big splash with her new Lords of Vice series about seven friends, rakes and rogues all of them, who challenge their lady loves to take them as they are. Her debut book gives us the first of these really bad boys, and imagine his surprise when he comes up against something he truly wants and for the first time ...more
Rating: 3.5/5

A very racy start in which the innocent Juliana witnesses the notorious Alexius (I swear I nearly read Elixir. Deliberate? Perhaps!), Marquess of Sinclair on one of his amorous romps in a party garden. A white plume feather reveals her presence to Sinclair, who is immediately beguiled by the mystery lady hiding behind the hazel tree.

Sinclair's sister (a nasty little thing) jealous of her own love Lord Kyd's attention to Juliana, pitches to Alexius a manipulative scheme to seduce th

buku pertama lords of vice

Lady Julianna ivers....sepeninggal sang ayah, gelar & properti jatuh ke tangan sepupunya membuat kehidupan julianna beserta ibu & ke 2 kakak perempuannya menjadi susah.
sang sepupu menginginkan mereka tinggal di desa sedang sang ibu tidak sudi, dengan diam2 mereka ke london untuk mencari pasangan bagi julianna & kakak2nya.
tidak hanya itu, sang ibu pun terus mengembangkan kegemarannnya berjudi.

Alexius Baverton, marquess of sinclair, salah 1
Duchess Nicole
Well, I just never got all that excited about this one. No reason, really, and I can't put my finger on what I didn't like about it. The writing itself was good. I think maybe the whole thing just felt out of focus the entire time.

There were a lot of characters, therefore a lot of things going on. We meet all of the Lords of Vice. But nothing stood out as being more important than anything else, if that makes sense. Example: the heroine is passionate about music. But aside from one scene in wh
Ever since her father died Juliana's family finances have been precarious. So, its up to her to marry and marry well to help the family. But when Sin sets his eyes on her, Juliana doesn't realize how much her life is about to change.

All Night with a Rogue is a wickedly delicious tale. I thought this was a good read. I loved the wickedness of Marquess of Sinclair. Just one look at him and you know Juliana is in trouble. Sin and Juliana's story is seductive & steamy. I thought the opening of t
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Many readers don't like this book. Worst, they rate it with only 1 star! Instead of losing an interest for this one, it got me curious. And some reviews are quiet mean! While reading this book, I realized that this author is another one who take risk in writing her stories. Some parts of this book is different from other HR novels. FIRST, the unmarried, innocent heroine who is unquestionably a LADY doesn't seem to value her virginity. It's not really about giving her innocence, it was her attitu ...more
Lover of Romance
Juliana, along with her two sisters, are expected to marry and soon. Her mother has saved all of their savings so that she could put her daughters into society. At a ball one evening, Juliana escapes a suitor that can't keep his hands off her, and ends up running into " Sin" well known for his mistresses and his consistency in his bedding other women. Sin is intrigued by Juliana and upon their first meeting he plans on finding her again and showing her his methods of seduction. When his sisters ...more
3 1/2 Stars!!

Alexius "Sin" Sinclair is a man of vice and debauchery. His trademark: A pearl necklace that decorates the necks of many prestigious ladies of the ton. He's also bored, jaded beyond repair with the only solace being his club and its members, The Lords of Vice. Together, these titled "gentlemen" brood and drink whilst bawdy prostitutes parade and hawk their wares. But the mundane nuances of Sin's life is soon shakend by the beautiful Juliana Ivers when in the midst of a naughty tryst
Melody May
As I said yesterday, I would be starting the Lords of Vice series. So, the first book in the series is All Night with a Rogue by Alexandra Hawkins.

Here's the what's it about:

The wicked and handsome Marquess of Sinclair, Alexius Lothar Braverton, aka Sin has been asked by his sister Belinda Snow, the Countess of Gredell to seduce Lady Juliana Ivers. Belinda is jealous is of Juliana and Lord Kyd's relationship and wants Juliana out of the way, so she can have a relationship with Kyd.

However, ther
May Mostly Romance
หนังสือ เล่มนี้เป็นเล่มแรกในชุด Lords of Vice เรื่องราวของกลุ่มสหายเจ็ดคนที่ถือว่าเป็นหัวกระทิแห่งความเสเพลในยุครีเจน ซี่ ทั้งเจ็ดร่วมกันก่อตั้งคลับที่ถูกว่าสุดหรูและต้องเป็นคนพิเศษเท่านั้นถึงจะ ได้รับการยอมรับเข้าเป็นสมาชิก จากที่อ่านไป แต่ละคนล้วนมีชื่อเรียกขานกันอย่างสุดเท่ห์ ทั้งเป็นหนุ่มเจ้าสำราญ และเป็นที่ต้องการของผู้หญิงทุกคน

อเล็กเซียส บราเวอร์ตัน มาร์ควิสแห่งซินแคลร์ หรือที่รู้จักกันในนามของซินเป็นหนึ่งในสมาชิกของสมาคมหนุ่มโสดแห่งนี้ เขาผู้ซึ่งถูกเลี้ยงดูมาอย่างที่ไม่ต้องมีความรับผิดชอ
Christine Morehouse
I read--actually devoured A Night With A Rogue.I couldn't help myself. It seems that anything debut author Alexandra Hawkins writes I have to sit and read from beginning to end non-stop. It seems that this sexy, sassy and smart debut by Regency historical romance author Alexandra Hawkins is off to a brilliant start. Alexandra Hawkins has begun what I consider to be the beginning of a promising enchantingly erotic series--Lords of Vice-- full of sensually decadent heroes. Her beautifully written ...more
♡ Sassy ~ Amy ♡
I love this series. I am now reading the second book. I read the third one first. The way books are put out now & how bookstres have them, you pick up a book and read it before you find out it's in a series, and the author is a great one if each book can be read independantly. This one is!

I gave 5 stars because, It had me reading until 3am knowing I had to get up at 6am. The author is GOOD! Thes men are total and complete assholes! Seriously, and these women change their ways. They take plac
Started off fairly promising-OMG how hot was the scene in the coach with the pearls?!?!-and then it descended into cartoonish melodrama.

I found it ridiculous how the h kept going from one crazy abusive villain to the next-and also how she managed to come out of each situation without serious harm. The h's mother was a horrible woman who had the nerve to manipulatively guilt-trip her daughter into being whored out to pay the mother's gambling debts. What a horrible woman.

I've read the entire seri
As always, I'm a sucker for a series like this. I love getting glimpses of the characters that will be revisited later. I enjoyed the irreverence of the Lords of Vice, and I'm sure I'll love getting to read the next stories. Historical romances always get me because I find the different times so fascinating compared to today when it comes to the ways people lived and what was considered socially acceptable.

I think Sin's story was a good lead in to hopefully what will be a great series. I liked
Idk... I like the usual historical romance tropes as much as anyone, but this one crossed a few lines for me. There's an early deflowering that frankly made me a little uncomfortable. She's into it, things escalate, but once she realizes that they're about to cross *that* line, she freaks out a little. He just proceeds, and reassures her that she'll have a good time. It felt too much like coercion to me.

I like my rogues and rakes, but this one left a bad taste in my mouth. He's willing to do som
What an intollerable waste of time. A cliche of a storyline, one dementional characters, no development... I could go on but I digress. It was a massive, bloodly train derailment I could not seem to look away from. Ewww is right.
Ummmm yeah I generally do not like romances where within the first few pages, the Hero meets the Heroine (she's hiding in a tree) while he's getting a dirty blowjob from one of his amours on a bench below. Count me out.
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  • What the Duke Desires (Billingham Bastards #1)
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Alexandra Hawkins is an unrepentant Anglophile who discovered romance novels as a teenager and knew that one day she would be writing her own. In "The Lords of Vice" series, she has combined her love of English history, mythology, and romance to create sensual character-driven stories that, she hopes, will touch readers' hearts.

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“Hembry," he said, not lifting his gaze from Juliana's. "We will retire to the music room. Lady Juliana wishes to play with me."
She laughed at his outrageous statement as the butler disappeared to light the lamps in the music room. "Play for you, you rouge. Music. Nothing else."
"Hmmm...," he enigmatically replied.
Sinclair allowed her to put her own interpretation on his intentions as they entered the house.”
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