Her future may be in peril, but it will take more than a royal army to be the undoing of a fiery heiress in medieval England…
Julian Griffin has vowed to fulfill his mission: to secure the estate of Fallstowe for King Edward. Only one obstacle stands in his way—the beautiful Lady Sybilla Foxe. The King suspects her guilty of treason, and Julian must prove the claims are true. But as the evidence against Sybilla mounts, so does Julian’s attraction.
Prepared to fight for her home, Sybilla is fearless—even when King Edward’s army descends upon Fallstowe Castle. Yet in Julian she discovers a more formidable foe than she imagined.
For he stirs an overwhelming desire in her. And when she is forced to confront the secrets of her family’s past, Sybilla must rely on Julian to save her from the King’s wrath. But as their feelings for one another deepen, giving in to temptation will put both their lives in danger…
Praise for Never Seduce a Scoundrel
“Reinforcing her reputation for unique storytelling that is full of humor, suspense and pure romance, Grothaus wins readers’ hearts.” –RT Book Reviews
“An enticing and vibrant historical.”
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Great Conclusion to trilogy
(Friday, November 30, 2012)
Reviewer: Jennifer Crump
This was such a fun book to read. Julian had no idea what he was getting into by trying to secure Lady Sybilla Foxe’s home. Sybilla is a very strong character who has taken care of her family and her sisters through many dangerous events in their lives. Each sister has found love except for Sybilla. She is, in my eyes, the strongest of the sisters but the hardest one to fall in love and trust anyone outside of her family. Julian is another strong male character that matches Sybilla both in personality and emotionally. Sybilla has a tough time trusting Julian but she does finally realize after some trials that she can’t live without him and his daughter. This was a great conclusion to the Foxe sister’s trilogy. It answered some questions that books 1&2 brought forward and I was satisfied with the conclusion that all the sisters were extremely happy with their lives.