A Midsummer Night's Sin

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A Midsummer Night's Sin

Robin Blackhtorn, better known as Puck, is one of the three infamous Blackthorn Bastards. He has decided to enter London society, using his money and blackmail connections to join. On his first outing at a masquerade ball, he finds his interest piqued by a beautiful lady in a scarlet domino. Regina Hackett only wanted one night of flirting and dancing with masked man, but when her cousin is kidnapped by white slavers, she must turn to to intriguing Puck, who stirred her interest and passion. Regina finds that everything she thought she knew and believed in will be challenged on this dangerous escapade. Will she survive, with her heart and virtue intact?

"A Midsummer's Night's Sin" by Kasey Michaels is a wonderful historical romance. It's filled with humor, danger, seduction, intrigue, and lots of passion. The characters are interesting, the dialogue well-written, and the plot keeps you eagerly turning each page. My only regret is that I missed the first book in this trilogy about the Blackthorn scoundrels, but I will be reading it soon. This is a definite must read for Regency romance fans.


Book Blurb for A Midsummer Night's Sin

Meet the Blackthorn Brothers—three unrepentant scoundrels infamous for being mad, bad and perilous to love.

Handsome as the devil and twice as tempting, Robin “Puck” Blackthorn lives for the pleasures of the moment. His only rule—never dally with an innocent woman. But when an encounter at a masquerade ball leaves him coveting the one woman who refuses to succumb to his charms, Puck realizes hat some rules were made to be broken…

Scandalized to discover that the masked man with whom she’d shared a dance—and a forbidden embrace—is in fact the ton’s most celebrated rake, Regina Hackett vows to keep her distance. Yet when her dear friend vanishes, it is to Puck that Regina must turn. And as they embark on a dangerous journey through London’s darkest alleys, Regina will discover that beneath Puck’s roguish facade lies a man who will stop at nothing to protect her—or to convince her to take a chance on an unrepentant sinner.


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2011 4.75