Prince Regent assigns Sebastian Griffin, Duke of Melbourne as
cultural liason to the newly formed kingdom, Costa Habichuela,
Sebastian is not happy. For one thing, something is quite
suspicious about the visiting royal family. And for another,
Sebastian doesn't like the way Princess Josefina makes him
feel. He finds her far too enticing.
anger the Prince Regent by refusing the position and unwilling
to allow England to be harmed if Costa Habichuela is not what
it is represented to be, Sebastian sets out to get to the
bottom of the mystery. If that means he has to spend time
with the intriguing Princess Josefina, then Sebastian will
have to make that sacrifice.
I have been
waiting sooooo long for Sebastian's story. After having read
Sins of a Duke, I am deeply, madly, passionately
in love with Sebastian. What a delicious hero! His love for
his siblings and his tender care of his daughter along with
his devotion to his country made me want to yank him out of
the pages and keep him for myself.
is simply not possible, I shall have to be content with
re-reading Sins of a Duke and wallowing in the
deliciousness of Sebastian and Josefina's love story. I am
excited to say that Suzanne Enoch completely delivered
perfection with Sebastian and I couldn't be happier with
Sins of a Duke!