Sin and Scandal in England by Melody Thomas
Avon Books
Historical Romance
ISBN: 978-0-06-112960-5
Reviewed by Talia Ricci



Bethany Munro had not laid eyes on Ian Rockwell, the man she was secretly in love with, for three years.  Seeing him again at a ball with a countess on his arm shocks her to the core, but she does her best to carry on as normal.  This is harder than Bethany expects because when his eyes meet hers across the crowded ballroom, all of the feelings Bethany felt for him three years ago that she tried to forget and suppress, come back tenfold in a matter of seconds.  Escaping the throng, Bethany tries to get away but to no avail when Ian follows her.  What begins as a flirtation turns into so much more.  When the smoke clears, the lovers find themselves facing espionage and danger, and life as they know it, no longer exists.

I love Melody Thomas and her historical novels. I know that every time I pick up one of her romances that I will be entertained, on the edge of my seat and treated to a fantastic love story.  Sin and Scandal in England was that and so much more.  Anyone who has ever yearned for another person can instantly relate to Bethany and her love for Ian.  Ian, a dashing and bold hero, was so much more than a good-looking male lead. He was loyal and protective, and while his job kept him from Bethany for so long, his heart kept her memory warm. 


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