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Jennifer McQuiston is a New York Times bestselling author who lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two daughters (who all really liked Mom’s bookstore!). A trained veterinarian and infectious disease researcher, Jennifer has always preferred romance textbooks to science textbooks.
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New York Times bestselling author Jennifer McQuiston continues her charming Seduction Diaries series, in which an old maid and an unrepentant villain team up to unmask a traitor.
Every girl dreams of a hero. . .
Nobody loves books more than Miss Mary Channing. Perhaps that is why she reached the ripe old age of twenty-six without ever being kissed. Her future may be as dull as milk toast, but Mary is content to daydream about the heroes and adventures she reads about in her books. That way she won’t end up with a villain in her place.
But sometimes a single villain is enough.
When she unexpectedly finds herself in the arms of Geoffrey Westmore, London’s most notorious villain, it feels a bit like a plot from one of her favorite novels. Suddenly, Mary understands why even the smartest heroines can fall victim to a pretty face. And Westmore is prettier than most. But far worse than the damage to her reputation, the moment’s indiscretion reveals an assassination plot reaching to the highest levels of society and threatening the course of the entire country.
When a narrow-minded lady and a villain of epic proportions join minds, nothing stands in her way. But unless they also put their hearts together, a happy ending is far from certain.
The Perks Of Loving A Scoundrel Book Pdf Download
I recently finished listening to the Audible edition of Jennifer McQuiston’s The Perks of Loving a Scoundrel. This is the third book in The Seduction Diaries and stars Geoffrey Westmore, who fans of the series will remember as the younger brother of the heroines of the first two Seduction Diaries books.
We are also introduced to the Miss Mary Channing, who is 26 years old and has never ever been kissed. She first meets “West” (as Geoffrey is known) who is urinating on a rosebush in her sister’s garden. Needless to say, she’s not impressed. They meet again when West follows her to her library at a party. He thinks she’s looking for a job, but all she’s looking for is a book. In the library, they hear an assassination attempt. And then they share a kiss. And then everyone walks in and sees them kissing. What a scandal!
Mary and West are an unusual couple: she likes to read and write in her diary, and he likes to drink heavily and joke around. But somehow they work well together. West would like to conduct an investigation into what she heard, but Mary insists on joining him. West hesitates, but Mary stands her ground. But if they ask too many questions, they could risk their own lives!
This was a particularly interesting book. Not only do we have the usual romantic trope of two different souls meeting, but we also have a mystery. Mary and West feel compelled to uncover the conspiracy, even though they don’t even know the target of the murder. The puzzle was very well done, and although I figured out half of it, the other half was a complete surprise.
I would definitely recommend The Perks of Loving a Scoundrel. The books in this series work well as stand-alone books and you don’t need to read the first two books before reading this one. It’s a special treat to watch the annoying little brother grow up, but even if you read The Perks of Loving a Scoundrel first, you’ll still enjoy watching West as a little boy in the first book in the series. This will be McQuiston’s last book for the foreseeable future, but I really hope he gets back to writing as soon as he can. Until then I have to catch up on the books of his that I haven’t read yet.
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