Friday, January 26, 2018

Book Review: Sinful in Satin (The Rarest Blooms #3) by Madeline Hunter

Sinful in Satin by Madeline Hunter

"When famed London courtesan Alessandra Northrope passes away, her daughter Celia Pennifold inherits little more than a hopelessly contaminated reputation, a house in a middle class neighborhood, and an education that prepared her to take her mother’s place the way Alessandra intended. Celia hopes to make her own life on her own terms, however, and moves into the house only to discover one more legacy—an enigmatic, handsome tenant who knows her mother’s plans for her future rather too well.

Jonathan thinks he is on a simple mission to discover whether Celia’s mother left accounts of her lovers that might embarrass important men. Instead he finds himself embroiled in a mystery full of dangerous betrayals and secrets, old and new, that touch on his life as well as Celia’s."

My Review:

This is the 3º book in the Rarest Blooms series by Madeline Hunter and i have only read the second one before, however it was so long ago that i did not remember anything about the plot. I have a little difficulty in the begging about remembering the characters interaction and the relations between them but later it became more easier. 

About the main characters and their romance i like it, it was a sweet one but sometimes Celia get's a little annoying with her ideas that she is not "normal" and because of her situation she can't be happy. It was a book that you could read without thinking too much about it, there are not twist and surprises in this one and you get exactly what you are expecting from the book. 

I gave it 2,7 out of 5*, it was not my favorite book from this genre but it was an easy read that takes you away from reality for some time. 

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