The Edge of Desire (Bastien Club bk 7)
by
Stephanie Laurens

Rating 3.5

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“Christian, I need your help. There is no one else I can turn to . . . L.”

When Christian Allardyce, 6th Marquess of Dearne, reads those words, his world turns upside down. Lady Letitia Randall is a woman like no other, and the day he left her behind to fight for king and country was the most difficult of his life. He never forgot the feel of her lips against his, but never expects to see her again. Yet now she seeks his help, and Christian knows he will not resist her plea.

Letitia believes that Christian abandoned her when she needed him most, and she hates to call on his aid. But to clear her brother’s name, she has sworn to use every weapon at her command, even if it means seducing her ex-lover. Yet all the while, Christian is waging a war of his own—a campaign of pure pleasure and sweet revenge that will take them both beyond the edge of desire.

REVIEW: I only have a couple of regency authors that I like to read and Stephanie is normally at the top of my list, especially this series however I was really let down with this book. I wanted more interaction with the other members of the Bastien Club, plus more from Dalziel. Don’t get me wrong I liked the story between Christian and Letitia and the truth behind why she left him. However it was just lacking something not sure what. Normally I read one of her books as soon as it comes out and have it finished in a couple of hours, however this time it took me almost two weeks to read her book. I really hope that the next one the last one in the series is better.

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