All's Fair In Love and Debauchery by Samantha Holt

This is romantic, amusing, sweet and entertaining. Theo is normally responsible, dependable and caring, but he has been neglecting his biggest responsibility, a ward he hasn't seen in 5 years. Lucy is strong, determined, outgoing and sweet. Left to her own devices she has slowly taken on the responsibility of running the manor, and she's not interested in ever leaving. As a child she'd had a crush on Theo, that changed when he came back. First she decided that he wasn't the man she remembered, then she fell in love. When Theo went back to the family seat, a place he hadn't been to since his wife died, the first thing he sees is an almost naked woman swimming in the pond. She gets out and he can't help looking at her, then he realizes who she is, and spends the next several weeks fighting the attraction. This book, as the others in the series, can be read alone, but is better when all are read in order because it builds up the suspense.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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