The Scoundrel in Her Bed: A Sin for All Seasons Novel (Sins for All Seasons #3) (Hardcover)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Sins for All Seasons series.
- #1: Beyond Scandal and Desire: A Sins for All Seasons Novel (Mass Market): Available to order- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- #2: When a Duke Loves a Woman: A Sins for All Seasons Novel (Mass Market): Available to order- email email@example.com
- #5: The Earl Takes a Fancy: A Sins for All Seasons Novel (Mass Market): Available to order- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- #6: Beauty Tempts the Beast: A Sins for All Seasons Novel (Hardcover): Available to order- email email@example.com
The bastard son of a nobleman, Finn Trewlove was a shameful secret raised by a stranger. As Finn came of age he had secrets, too--the clandestine nights spent with an earl’s daughter. But her promise of forever ended in betrayal.
Driven by a past that haunts her, Lady Lavinia Kent seeks redemption in London’s underworld, engaged in a daring cause inspired by the young man to whom she gave her innocence, and who then proved himself a scoundrel by abandoning her.
When their paths cross again, they can’t deny the yearning and desire that still burns. As they discover the truth behind the deceptions that tore them apart, Finn and Lavinia must fight to reclaim what they’ve lost, no matter how dangerous—because love is worth the risk….
About the Author
When multiple New York Times bestselling author Lorraine Heath received her BA degree in psychology from the University of Texas, she had no idea she had gained a foundation that would help her create believable characters—characters often described as “real people.” The daughter of a British beauty and a Texan stationed at RAF Bovingdon, Lorraine was born in England but soon after moved to Texas. Her dual nationality has given her a love for all things British and Texan, and she enjoys weaving both heritages through her stories.
Heath’s emotionally stirring third Sin for All Seasons novel... captures the essence of young but enduring love. Heath unfolds their story in two time periods, putting a new spin on the familiar trope of separating young lovers of different classes. This tender and intimate story will make readers’ hearts sing.
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“RITA Award–winning Heath’s flair for stellar character development, exquisite use of sexual tension, and a story line that fluently incorporates Victorian history, in this case baby farming, into the plot all add up to another sure bet for fans new and old of this exemplary storyteller.”