Books 1-3 of the Daughters of Sin series
What do the readers think?
“What a fun read! I really liked how the story kept surprising me at every turn!
“Very different from the usual formulaic romance novels my favorite platform recommends I read, this book cleverly plays with the tropes of the genre and either reverse them or give them a new twist. So, instead of the rich, single, older,
womanizing experienced nobleman falling for the poor, equally single, younger, virgin innocent, lower class girl, we have Stephen Cranborne, a poor single young man (made even poorer after chapter 1) falling for Lady Sybil Partington, an unhappily married older noblewoman. And it works.
The characters have some depth so it’s easy to understand their motivations and have sympathy for them. The necessary drama is provided by slightly over-the-top but highly entertaining secondary characters: cheating Humphrey, sweet Hetty, spoiled Araminta, scheming Lady Julia, mysterious Mrs. Hazlett and more.
And the end doesn’t disappoint as it is very unconventional and yet completely satisfying.
I’m off to read book 2 in the series!” ~ Sabine, Goodreads.