New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens knows the world of Regency London, especially the exclusive enclave of luxury and wealth in which the. Casebook of Barnaby Adair #1. WHERE THE HEART LEADS. ♥. INDICATES THE. DEARLY DEPARTED. INDICATES THE SIBLINGS. OF CYNSTER SPOUSES. Where the Heart Leads book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Penelope Ashford, Portia Cynster's younger sister, has grown.
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November, I'll wish you a good night. Straining his ears, Barnaby heard the door shut. He smiled, sipped. Mostyn had been foisted on him by his mother when he'd first come up to town in the fond hope that the man would instil some degree of tractability into a son who, as she frequently declared, was ungovernable. Yet despite Mostyn's rigid adherence to the mores of class distinction and his belief in the deference due to the son of an earl, master and man had quickly reached an accommodation. Barnaby could no longer imagine being in London without the succor Mostyn provided, largely, as with the glass of fine brandy in his hand, without prompting.
The sex slowed the story down. And a lot of the time when it happened was just odd. Like they snuck out of soirees, and went and spent the night at his house, and no one ever noticed. Ok, sure. And let's not forget that silly coshing him in the head on the street as a means to get into his house to lose her virginity to him. And bossing his butler around like she was the mistress of the house already I will say I was glad the whole 'I never want to get married!
That was a relief. They handled it well. He didn't push, and she didn't really fight it, just came to a conclusion that she wanted to after all. All in all, it wasn't bad.
And I'm definitely going to continue on with the series. Montague, and of course, the redeeming of Malcolm Sinclair. Eager as all get out for them.
Of course, I'm looking forward to more Cynsters too, despite my occasional complaining. Brave the Wild Wind 2. Savage Thunder 3.
Angel Malory Family 1. Love Only Once 2. Tender Rebel 3. Gentle Rogue 4. The Magic of You 5. Say You Love Me 6.
The Present 7. A Loving Scoundrel 8. Captive of My Desires 9. No Choice But Seduction That Perfect Someone Straton Family 1. A Heart So Wild 2.
Defy Not the Heart 2. Joining Ly-San-Ter 1.
Warrior's Woman 2. Keeper of the Heart 3. Heart of a Warrior Cardinia's Royal Family 1. Once a Princess 2. You Belong to Me Sherring Cross 1.
Man of My Dreams 2. Love Me Forever 3. The Pursuit Reid Family 1. The Heir 2. The Devil Who Tamed Her 3.
A Rogue of My Own 4. But she was too bossy for my liking, too demanding, too keen on doing things her way all the time. I did like the mystery though. It wasn't too easy to figure out, and it was interesting. I find myself to be the type that likes kids as characters in romances, so the whole orphan house, and the kids were interesting. I also really liked how SL gave us a very welcome change of scenery.
Sure, I still had to put up with a couple society soirees, but I really liked the East End setting. It was very interesting to see the poor side of things, and not just spend all the time in the ballrooms.
So that was good. Another plus for the story was the secondary characters of Stokes and Griselda.
I liked them a lot! I liked Stokes very much when he was introduced in another novel, and only like him more after this one. Griselda was great too. Her impoverished background and her making her way up in the world was a neat change from the proper lady. Plus she had a pleasant personality. My only complaint is that I wanted to see more of Stokes and Griselda!