Saturday, April 27, 2013

Review: A Little Bit Sinful

Title: A Little Bit Sinful
Series: Forbidden Love, #2
Author: Robyn DeHart
Publisher: Entangled: Scandalous
Release Date: April 1, 2013
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Justin Rodale is the wealthy bastard son of the Duke of Chanceworth. He owns the most lucrative and luxurious gaming establishment and caters to London’s elite. Educated with the rest of the aristocrats, he knows all the rules by which Society lives, but he is beholden to no one.

Clarissa Kincaid has been raised to be the perfect English lady. She knows precisely the sort of match she should make and she’s fairly certain she’s found that with a respectable gentleman. But the man won’t commit and she finds herself seeking assistance in the form of seduction lessons from Justin.

This is a challenge the charming Justin can not resist. She may think that he knows nothing about her needs, but he’s determined to show her that he knows plenty about her secret desires. He has no intention of publicly ruining the girl, but he’s determined to privately tempt her into some slightly sinful behavior.


I was offered to review this book since I read the first book in the series. It was a slow book at first because I was in a reading slump and was really busy. However, the more I read, the better the story got, and in no time, I was hooked!

I just love women who go against the ridiculous rules of society. I loved how Clarissa kept a secret from society and followed her instincts. I also loved her encounters with Justin. They simply were a perfect match. Every scene with them was full of passion or romance ;)

One thing I didn't like about the book was the repetitive aspect about how Clarissa's judgment was no good and how obsessed she was in marrying the wrong man. That drove me nuts. It was really annoying, but when she finally came to her senses, I had more fun with the book.

I loved the adventure that Clarissa and Justin shared together ;) I love their relationship in general. The love scenes are simply breathtaking and so delicious! I would recommend this book :)


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