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- A Talent for Sin by Lavinia Kent - All About Romance
Finally, in July of this year, I got around to it. This is book one in Masters Family Series. The book starts with Violet and Peter already in a relationship. They are lovers; however Peter is ready for more. He has fallen in love with her. Violet on the other hand is not of the same mind, and she refuses his proposal. Peter does not give up that easily, and here is where the story, for me, starts to get interesting. We see the back-and-forth of this wonderful couple that are torn by their desire for one another, as well as their feelings of frustration with each other.
She has been married three times to older men , and all these marriages were less than ideal. She went through a pregnancy that ended in early child-birth, which ended in death of her little boy. To marry Peter, who is younger and needs heirs is totally unacceptable to her.
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Everything goes awry once Masters and Isabella come to town and all hell breaks loose. Broken promises, broken hearts along with a mysterious murder and betrayal enter to rock the very foundation of their relationship.
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The author pulled me in with the sensuality. It was so sensual that at times I put the book down to take a deep breath. Violet was a very strong heroine, in her attitudes as well as in her opinions. I also thought her vulnerable. Well, Peter just charmed me. His persistence, his maturity, his audacity had no bounds. This was one man who knew what he wanted, and went for it.
He was willing to sacrifice anything and everything to make Violet feel secure in her future, even if that future would be without him in it. I thought the story well written, entertaining and emotionally engaging.
It is a pleasure to read Regency Novel that has a strong, independent, sensual older woman as a heroine. I wish I read it sooner. I do recommend you read all three books, but I was a bit disappointed in the third book.
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Is it possible to hate the story and love the writing? There was nothing wrong with Ms. This book gets into social issue of how much power husbands had over their wives. All of the characters, primary and secondary, were annoying me to no end. At one point I just wanted to line them all up and slap them silly! As I mentioned before, Ms. Our Heroine was too busy plotting and manipulating, and the hero came off too timid. It took both of them forever to come clean and resolve the problems that they dug themselves into. However, I still recommend this novel just because of its writing and the social issue of that day.
As for my love story: This September 23rd my very young husband 42 and I 53 celebrated our 10th Wedding Anniversary, and we are as much in love with each other as when we first met. We have no children together, trust me, this was a B-I-G issue for me and surprisingly, not for my husband.
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My children are closer to his age than I am and we are a very happy and content family. Go figure! Love does find us unawares, grabs us by the throat, and pulls us in when we least expect it. Trust me, I know of what I speak!
This one at least is fairly original on that the lead characters are already lover at the start of the book. While I like Violet and admire her resiliency, she does have a tendency to be too much sometimes. Peter is one I would truly call a rock. Their relationship has a lot of sexual chemistry and heat to it, but there is much tenderness, too. Some of this is shown as they work through their conflicts and insecurities.
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I found that refreshing. In an ideal world, I could have done with a little less bickering and power play between the lead couple, and Violet could have put on her big girl panties and dealt with life a little bit sooner. Still, I enjoyed reading A Talent for Sin. I also liked it for its somewhat unusual theme. Romanceland has historically required that the experiences older lover get shunted aside in favor of some younger, quivering virgin heroine.
A Talent for Sin by Lavinia Kent - All About Romance
So I rather liked this May-December pairing, and I hope to see more from this author. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment. Close window [X]. Lynn Spencer.