Paperback, 400 pages
Published July 21st 2015 by Pocket Books
American artist Jeremy Keane refuses to return home and take over his father’s business. He’d much rather sample bevvies of beauties abroad, in search of a model for the provocative masterpiece he’s driven to paint. When he meets Lady Yvette Barlow at a London wedding, he realizes she’s perfect for his work—and determines to capture the young heiress’s defiant spirit and breathtaking sensuality on canvas.
No stranger to scandal, Yvette agrees to be Keane’s subject—in exchange for his help gaining entry to the city’s brothels he knows intimately, so she can track a missing woman and solve a family mystery. But when their practical partnership leads to lessons in the art of sinning, can they find a bold and lasting love?
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I Almost loved this book but not full on. I don't know why.
maybe because all three main characters, Yvette, Edwin, and Jeremy all tried to act completely different they who they really were. Yvette acted like it didn't bother her that men were only interested in her inheritance, but she didn't care who heard her speak unladylike. Jeremy just didn't care what people thought about him, just he wasn't what anyone thought.
Yvette just couldn't stop sneaking around for anything. It was like she couldn't do a simple act without some bit of sneaking or hiding part of reason.
The chemstry between Jeremy and Yvette was evident from the beginning, yet Edwin choose to believe Jeremy that he wasn't interested in her for anything other than painting her. Really? no brother would truly believe that!
But the book was well written and had a decent storyline. Much like this authors other works, Still a great read!
I received a print ARC from a Blogger contest.