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A beholden man finds himself falling for the war hero he's destined to double-cross.
Three-hundred pounds for one night of protection. It's a job offer, but it's also a ruse. Captain Benjamin Frakes, war hero and de facto head of the Society of Beasts - a club for gentlemen who prefer gentlemen - is tempted to turn it down. But August Weatherby, the sexy, brazen stranger making the offer, has captivated him completely.
August is hardly the flush flirt he claims to be, however. An indebted man, desperate to save his infirm sister, August makes an ideal pawn for a lord eager to bring down the Society of Beasts once and for all. But August's charge to find evidence against Frakes is at odds with his own virgin desire to entice the captain into showing him the true meaning of pleasure.
As August's infiltration pushes him deeper into the beguiling world of delights behind the Society's closed doors, he and Frakes discover new ways to push the boundaries of their own cravings. But with mounting pressure to complete his devious mission, August finds himself torn between the man his heart yearns for and the sister whose life depends on his betrayal.
Contains mature themes.
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Better than I expected!
I read the first book in this series and while it was “good enough“, and certainly worth a credit, I didn’t think it was spectacular. This book shows some evolution and growth on the part of the author, and as a result I found the characters a bit more complex, the storyline a bit more intricate, and the writing just a bit more polished. Definitely worth a credit! There were enough supporting characters to make an impact but not so many that the sea of names became too deep and confusing. If you haven’t read the first one, you might want to, but this one can stand alone. That said, even though the first one wasn’t my favorite book ever it was certainly worth a read, and if you’re looking to support a new author to Audible, or enjoy mysteries, historicals, and romances the way I do, you might want to put Annabelle Greene on your watchlist.