Review posted December 1, 2015.Family issues…September 1741London, EnglandEve Dinwoody, the ister of Duke of Montgomery, is a tall and thin woman, with th hug and long nose and according to Asa Makepeace, she 's plain as a shovel and a harpy who tried to steal Harte 's Folly, his pleasure garden and theater, by cutting off his credit and funds.
But Asa is not th an who gives up easily, and he 's also someone who understand how to befriend a female, even one with a poker up her arse.
Due to ertain circumstances, Eve tarts to meddle in Asa 's business and takes over the bookkeeping for Harte 's Folly until it opens again.
A virile man in his mid-thirties, with a rugged and fierce face, wild and tawny hair, not very tall but with broad shoulders; foul-mouthed and hotheaded.
( hide spoiler) ] Dear Asa, Watch your bloody mouth coz ... …Charming Mickey is my favorite HR hero ... I 'm obviousl not a massiv fan of HR, but I do like them in between, especially when I have trouble finding great contemporary romance books.
ven though I have n't read that many historicals, I sa that Hoyt writes the best and hottest and sexiest HR heroes.
And last but not least, I do not begrudge an author their hard-earned money, but I absolutel hink that charging 7.42 euro is too steep a price for an ebook, certainly a HR.Bottom lineQuibbles aside, Sweetest Scoundrel is a must read for fans of Elizabeth Hoyt and another enjoyable addition to the Maiden Lane series.