London's Greatest Lovers series Book 3
Avon Books / HarperCollins
June 28, 2011 / ISBN: 978-0-06-202245-5
Historical Romance / England 1860
by Linda Young
Duke of Ainsley, is renowned for his bedroom prowess. He owes a
debt to his best friend and cousin, Walfort. But when he hears how
Walfort wants that debt repaid, Ainsley is in shock. Due to an accident
a few years ago, Walfort is unable to give his wife the one thing
she wants more than anything: a child. Now Walfort wants Ainsley
to give her that child. Because they are cousins, the child would
be of the same family bloodline.
When Lady Jayne
learns of the scandalous agreement that her husband has made with
Ainsley, she is furious. She hates Ainsley and blames him for the
accident that crippled her husband. But when she realizes how important
it is to her husband, and how bad she wants a child of her own,
she finally agrees to go along with it.
of them was counting on was the passion that would grow between
them. As Lady Jane learned more about the Duke, she began falling
in love with him. The Duke fought his feelings for Lady Jane, because
he knew he could never have her or be a part of the child's life
that they were creating. But when things happen and secrets are
revealed, how will they survive the aftermath?
Heath has outdone
herself with this one. It has been a long while since I was so emotionally
connected to a book. It makes you want to cry for both Lady Jane
and the Duke. The emotions run high, and there are plenty of surprises
in the end. This is a must read.