To Tempt a Saint (Sons of Sin Trilogy #1)

To Tempt a Saint (Sons of Sin Trilogy #1)

by Kate Moore

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Overview

No romance lover can resist the novels of Kate Moore...

First in the Sons of Sin trilogy Introducing the three sons of an infamous London courtesan-and the strong-willed women who love them...


Despite being knighted for saving the Prince Regent's life, Sir Alexander Jones will never truly be accepted by the nobility. But if he's to find his long lost brother, Xander must win the first willing heiress he can find.

Only by marrying can Cleo Spencer access her funds. Making a bargain with Xander is her chance to provide for her younger brother. But when her uncle accuses them of fraud, they discover that love is the best part of their bargain.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780425233061
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/05/2010
Series: Sons of Sin Trilogy , #1
Edition description: Original
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

A native Californian, Kate Moore studied English literature near Boston and later returned to California to teach generations of high school students, all while penning romance novels such as The Canyon Club Series. A Golden Heart, Golden Crown, and Book Buyers Best award winner and three-time RITA finalist, Moore lives north of San Francisco with her husband and their dog.

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To Tempt a Saint 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
MyHouseofBooks More than 1 year ago
Cleo was a gutsy, determined heroine (I've been reading a lot of those lately!). Her proposition to Xander to marry him -- she'll be free of her uncle, he'll have the funds for his pet project -- seemed like the perfect solution to both of their problems. For all of the discussion about tempting and Xander's assumed/joked about abstinence, there wasn't much heat between Cleo and Xander. Cleo's an innocent, of course, though she's almost an expert at lying when it suits her end game. I just expected more passion, more sexual tension from them, especially given Cleo's lying and her repeated attempts to break down Xander's hard outer shell. That being said, I will continue to read the series because I'm most interested in learning about Xander's brothers, given that their futures seem to be effected by the choices Xander makes in To Tempt a Saint.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Able to attract the quality of the Ton as her lover, courtesan Sophie Rhys-Jones has three cherished "living sins" that affirm her skill. She loves all three of her offspring so is stunned when her youngest son Kit is abducted while staying with her middle child Sir Alexander "Xander" Jones. Xander and his older brother Will vow to bring Kit home to their mom even if they must enter London's darkest underbelly. In London wealthy Cleo Spencer needs a husband so she can get to her money controlled by her odious guardian; her uncle who has plans for her and her money. When she meets Xander, she thinks he would be perfect as her spouse as he desperately needs a wealthy wife and will allow her some liberties with her affluence. They strike a deal. As Xander continues to search the worst urban cesspools, brave Cleo follows his every footstep as she believes in him, which makes him want to work even harder at the rescue of his brother and her even when her uncle accuses them of a fake marriage. This is a terrific first Sons of Sins historical romance because of its dark look at the underbelly of London as Cleo and Xander collide in the slums of St. Giles; sort of moving Oliver Twist into the Regency Era. The story line is fast-paced and vivid, but owned by the lead couple as they team up to help one another; he with his amateur sleuthing and she with her need to elude her abhorrent uncle. Kate Moore provides a powerful opening act in a three part drama. Harriet Klausner
aromagik on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
3 1/2 stars. I prefer books with a lot more heat and I'm never too keen on such a lack of communication between the H/H, but overall this was a good one. Plenty of sexual tension (but honestly, it almost got to be too much - I wanted to shake the hero and say "Oh, come ON! Bed her already!"). I did wish I felt more connected to the characters & their emotions. I did like that this was not just another story about debauched aristocracy -- it had more grit and took readers more deeply into the steamy underbelly of London, so that was a big plus.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Boring and confusing somewhat. Low romance
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doglover32 More than 1 year ago
I love a sexy, well-written historical about interesting characters and Ms. Moore does a great job in this book. Can't wait to read the entire series. Recommended!
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