For readers who understand the need for adventure, A Woman Made For Pleasure has just the right heroine for you. It's a book for those who can appreciate or find humor in a reckless nature that sometimes causes problems for oneself. In fact, the heroine in this story reminded me a lot of my sister.
Meet Millie a free spirited, adventurous, pushy, stubborn woman who is afraid to trust. There is no reason to fear, for she has a man near! With or without a choice, Chase has been saving the pesky and somewhat annoying Millie since he was young and now he finds himself saving her again, this time with a different opinion of this once annoying woman.
Hidden within the lives of these two characters are secrets begging to be told. Sensuality and tension rise between the two, described perfectly so that the reader feels what the characters are feeling. The novel is witty and exciting, there is never a dull moment. Chase is a protective, possessive, faithful man who has an undying commitment to those he loves.
This novel is full of adventure, spy's, intrigue and love, giving it just the right mix for a delicious story. If you can enjoy the strong personalities of the characters.
Drawn to a life of excitement and risk, Lady Millie Aldon made a pact to forsake marriage. But her plans are thrown into chaos when Chase Wentworth returns to town. The lanky lad she remembers from childhood is now the Marquess of Chaselton, possessing an air of mystery Millie can't resist. As Chase moves through London's elite circles, his stealth manner has Millie convinced he harbours a secret - one she is determined to reveal. As Millie makes a game of observing Chase's every move, she finds her attraction to him unsettling. When a stolen kiss threatens to turn their flirtation into something more powerful, she questions her vow of freedom. But Millie has no idea of the danger she's facing. Chase has a complicated past - and his clandestine efforts to expose a traitor will soon provide a more perilous - and passionate - adventure than Millie could ever have planned.