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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

ARC Review: Sinfully Ever After by Jayne Fresina

Book two of the Book Club Belles Society is just as good as the first book. Really I think I liked it more than the first one. Rebecca Sherringham is a strong character; she is strong in her attitude with a rake brother like hers and an absentminded headstrong father she needs to be to stand up to them. She has had to deal with more than her fair share of gambling reprobates because of her brother and her opinion of men is not very complementary. Captain Lucas “Lucky Luke” Wainwright is supposed to be dead, until he shows up at the doors of his lawyers looking for his inheritance. Shocked to find his upstanding and proper brother married and living in a quaint little village in the home their great uncle left him he goes off to settle thing with him never expecting to find Rebecca.

Years past Rebecca made a deal with a gambler known as Lucky Luke in exchange for her brothers vows she owes him a kiss. He lets her go saying he will collect someday. Now back to the present Rebecca has no idea Lucky Luke is Lucas Wainwright her best friends new back from the dead brother-in-law. Their debt collecting kiss got out of control and was witnessed by the town gossip and now Rebecca finds herself engaged to Luke, despite her many protests. Luke spends the book trying to convince everyone Rebecca in particular he really doesn’t want his title back he is willing to sign it all over. It also takes Rebecca most of the book and several amusing antics to realize and accept the truth of her feelings for Lucas.

In this book the Book Club Belles Society are reading Sense and Sensibility and you can see the similarities and parallels between their book and what’s happening to them as in the first one. I enjoyed the book and I look forward to see what to other girls will get themselves in to and what Austin book will be their corresponding story.

**ARC provided by Publisher**

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