Samantha Grace's In Bed with a Rogue is an enjoyable historical romance with a sizzling attraction between the hero and heroine and enough twists and tension to keep you turning the pages. In some ways, the siblings in the story, and the focus on family as a theme of the novel, was one of its most enjoyable aspects. I loved Sebastian's sister and Helena's. They enriched the story and gave both hero and heroine a tangible motivation. By the end of the novel, Sebastian and Helena became one of my favorite romance couples--likable, completely smitten, and with more in common than either imagined when they first met.
When Sebastian Thorne is jilted at the altar, a bout of self pity leads to an accident. His rescuer, Helena, Lady Prestwick, has problems of her own. So they decide to join forces, especially if it means protecting their families. Could it be that a beautiful widow and notorious rogue are made for each other?
He's the Talk of the Town
The whole town is tittering about Baron Sebastian Thorne having been jilted at the altar. Every move he makes ends up in the gossip columns. Tired of being the butt of everyone's jokes, Sebastian vows to restore his family's reputation no matter what it takes.
She's the Toast of the Ton
Feted by the crème of society, the beautiful widow Lady Prestwick is a vision of all that is proper. But Helena is no angel, and when Sebastian uncovers her dark secret, he's quick to press his advantage. In order to keep her hard-won good name, Helen will have to make a deal with the devil. But she's got some tricks up her sleeves to keep this notorious rogue on his toes...