The youngest son of a viscount widely thought to have purchased his title, Jackson Cooper demonstrates his disdain for the aristocracy by affording himself every luxury available—drinking, wenching, and gambling—while eschewing anything representing the ton. Jackson has little care for his reputation and no desire to marry. His escape from London is all but complete.
Until fate—in the form of a beautiful, mysterious lady—interrupts his plans, enticing him with the very thing he never wanted.
Kate may being willing to marry Blackburn because it is expected of her but she was filled with so much fire. I loved her low key sass. And who better to go up against her than Jackson? Never one to follow the rules, Jackson was a the perfect match for Kate. Their was not only an entertaining love story but a humorous one as well.
I have not read the rest in the series and I am not sure how they tie into each other beyond the tree. That being said, if historical romance filled with fiery heroines and devil may care heroes, this is not a book to pass up.
historical romance (particularly Regency) soon after graduating from Lurlene McDaniel’s young adult books. Currently, she reads any genre that has a great emotional story that keeps her reading into the early hours of the morning.