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3 books in 1: Claiming the Courtesan, My Reckless Surrender and Tempt the Devil - Anna Campbell's dark, sexy Regency historicals featuring dark, sexy Regency heroes and the women who captivate them. CLAIMING THE COURTESAN The Duke of Kylemore knows her as Soraya, London's most celebrated courtesan. But dire circumstances have forced Verity Ashton to barter her innocence an 3 books in 1: Claiming the Courtesan, My Reckless Surrender and Tempt the Devil - Anna Campbell's dark, sexy Regency historicals featuring dark, sexy Regency heroes and the women who captivate them. CLAIMING THE COURTESAN The Duke of Kylemore knows her as Soraya, London's most celebrated courtesan. But dire circumstances have forced Verity Ashton to barter her innocence and change her name for the sake of her family. Flying in the face of society, Kylemore decides to make her his bride. He kidnaps her, sweeping her away to his hunting lodge where he vows to bend her to his will. MY RECKLESS SURRENDER A well-practiced rake, weary of easy conquests and empty pleasures, Tarquin Vale, Earl of Ashcroft, knows women -and his every instinct warns him to beware of this one. Intent upon the seduction that will finally free her, Diana has set her sights on the notorious Ashcroft - never dreaming that there is much more to the enigmatic rogue than sin and deviltry. TEMPT THE DEVIL From the moment Julian Southwood, Earl of Erith, first saw London's most notorious courtesan, Olivia Raines, he knew he must possess her. And when he discovers a scandal that could ruin her reputation, he knows just the way to use this damaging information to his most delightful advantage. But for both of them, falling in love will prove the greatest risk of all ...


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3 books in 1: Claiming the Courtesan, My Reckless Surrender and Tempt the Devil - Anna Campbell's dark, sexy Regency historicals featuring dark, sexy Regency heroes and the women who captivate them. CLAIMING THE COURTESAN The Duke of Kylemore knows her as Soraya, London's most celebrated courtesan. But dire circumstances have forced Verity Ashton to barter her innocence an 3 books in 1: Claiming the Courtesan, My Reckless Surrender and Tempt the Devil - Anna Campbell's dark, sexy Regency historicals featuring dark, sexy Regency heroes and the women who captivate them. CLAIMING THE COURTESAN The Duke of Kylemore knows her as Soraya, London's most celebrated courtesan. But dire circumstances have forced Verity Ashton to barter her innocence and change her name for the sake of her family. Flying in the face of society, Kylemore decides to make her his bride. He kidnaps her, sweeping her away to his hunting lodge where he vows to bend her to his will. MY RECKLESS SURRENDER A well-practiced rake, weary of easy conquests and empty pleasures, Tarquin Vale, Earl of Ashcroft, knows women -and his every instinct warns him to beware of this one. Intent upon the seduction that will finally free her, Diana has set her sights on the notorious Ashcroft - never dreaming that there is much more to the enigmatic rogue than sin and deviltry. TEMPT THE DEVIL From the moment Julian Southwood, Earl of Erith, first saw London's most notorious courtesan, Olivia Raines, he knew he must possess her. And when he discovers a scandal that could ruin her reputation, he knows just the way to use this damaging information to his most delightful advantage. But for both of them, falling in love will prove the greatest risk of all ...

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    OVERALL: ~2.7 stars Claiming the Courtesan - 2 stars In 1825 Verity Ashton chooses to forgo her life as a courtesan in favor of a simpler life. That doesn't necessarily sit well with her latest paramour, Justin Kinmurrie, the Duke of Kylemore. As he chases her to her hidden location, he takes her prisoner to persuade her to change her mind. I didn't like Kylemore at all. He was just a big bully and threatened to hurt her. He wasn't anywhere close to being s hero, he was a child who balked because OVERALL: ~2.7 stars Claiming the Courtesan - 2 stars In 1825 Verity Ashton chooses to forgo her life as a courtesan in favor of a simpler life. That doesn't necessarily sit well with her latest paramour, Justin Kinmurrie, the Duke of Kylemore. As he chases her to her hidden location, he takes her prisoner to persuade her to change her mind. I didn't like Kylemore at all. He was just a big bully and threatened to hurt her. He wasn't anywhere close to being s hero, he was a child who balked because he didn't get everything he wanted. He was a tyrant that just went in and took it. He basically stole from her the life that she had wanted and made her have the life he wanted her to. I did not like the notion of turning his behavior into something romantic. My Reckless Surrender - 3 stars Diana Carrick has an ulterior motive for seducing the handsome rake, Tarquin Vale, the Earl of Ashcroft. She went in just planning to get herself pregnant but she did not expect to actually fall for him in the process. He was not what she expected. Tarquin's was a quick turn over from the ravenous rake to the love sick puppy. He became infatuated fairly quickly, practically love at first sight. Diana was an okay character in my opinion, a little aloof and annoying. She had a simpering personality that got under my skin. Tempt the Devil - 3 stars When Julian Southwood, the Earl of Erith first sees Olivia Raines he knows that he wants her as his mistress. When Erith finally achieves his goal there are more surprises to Olivia than first meets the eye. As wages are made, both of them might lose more than they bargained for. I liked the predicament brought up in the story and Olivia's clear and strong attitude towards men. She had a intelligence that was actually appreciated and knew how to use her charms to achieve the level of freedom she could. Erith was surprisingly kind though, I did not exactly like him. He was not my type of hero. Overall, the story kept my interest but not so much that I will be reading it over.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nicola Keeble

    These books are so rich and full of: love, passion and intrigue. They get better and better.

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