To Pleasure a Prince by Sabrina Jeffries

To Pleasure a Prince by Sabrina Jeffries
Publisher: Pocket Books
Genre: Historical
Length: Full Length (388 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Beautiful Lady Regina Tremaine has turned down so many suitors that she’s called La Belle Dame Sans Merci. The truth: she won’t marry because she carries a dark secret. She sees no good reason, however, why her brother shouldn’t court the lovely Louisa North — even if the girl’s brother, the notorious “Dragon Viscount,” objects.
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Marcus North, Viscount Draker — bastard son of the Prince of Wales — is rumored to be a monster who holds women captive in his dark castle to have his way with them. He has been exiled from polite society for years. But when Lady Regina makes a plea on her brother’s behalf, Marcus proposes an outrageous deal: her brother can court Louisa so long as Marcus can court Regina. Can the beauty and the beast survive a proper courtship when the devastatingly improper passion between them threatens to cause the scandal of the century?

A marriage they don’t want, but a romance they desperately need.

I know when I pick up a book by Sabrina Jeffries that I’ll be transported to a different world and immersed in it. This book was no different. I loved reading about Regina and Marcus. I enjoyed going into their world for a few hours. The writing was crisp and drew me right in.

Regina wants to be sure her secret never gets out–she can’t read. She also wants to ensure her brother isn’t getting himself into trouble. Marcus wants to protect his sister and to prove he’s not the nasty person everyone believes him to be. How to fix this? Regina and Marcus get together. I liked their chemistry and their ability to dodge what they knew was coming–love. Regina could be a bit of a pain because she’s so determined to hide her secret. But I liked how she grew through the story. It was great to see her come into her own. Same goes for Marcus. He grew a lot, too.

If you’re looking for a tale that’s got a bit of Beauty and the Beast to it, then this might be the one for you. Recommended.

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