Sin Like Flynn

Kathryn Le Veque and
Alexa Aston


The Sin Commandments by Kathryn Le Veque

Being the outcasts of the ton isn’t easy. In fact, it has made Rory Flynn to hate what he came from… and it sure doesn’t help the temper he has in such abundance. He decides to take the honor of the daughter of his enemy, Lord Sinbrook, and he sees his chance at the Stag Ball where he puts a plan into action. However, when he meets the beautiful Lady Edith Rissington, he is powerless to resist her. With both of them harboring secrets, it will be a bumpy ride for the couple… and the big question is will these secrets tear them apart, or bring them closer together?

One Magic Night by Alexa Aston

Aidan Flynn is all too familiar with his family history filled with rogues and pirates, so he is determined to set his own noble path. However, when his Grandfather tells him that he has two weeks to marry in order to inherit Larkhaven, the noble Aidan finds himself in a precarious position. Lady Larissa Warren has been unlucky in the marriage department. When an ultimatum is given that she find a husband at the Savernake Stag Ball or she will be married off to an old Lord, she becomes desperate. Aidan is immediately taken with Larissa, but his family reputation is too much for the Lady. Aidan makes it his mission to prove to Larissa that he is nothing like the Sinning Flynns, and to make her his wife.

Two fantastic authors, and two amazing stories with dynamic and engaging characters. It should end with a chef’s kiss. This book is perfection in every sense of the word. Kathryn Le Veque and Alexa Aston have come together with two stories that will have historical romance readers drooling and chomping at the bit to download. The tales are descriptive and accurate with regards to the setting, and are just overall delightful. There isn’t much else that can be said except this is one of the best historical romances of the year. Don’t delay in reading this gem and make sure there is plenty of time because it is unputdownable and could lead well into the wee small hours of the morning.

Lynn-Alexandria McKendrick