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USA Today bestselling author Suzanne Enoch delights fans once again with this enchanting tale of a young lady determined to have an adventure and the white knight who charges to her rescue.

After yet another beau was chased away by her three over-protective brothers, Lady Eleanor Griffin decides she's had enough. If she is to become a boring society wife, then she's going to have some fun first. But when her adventure turns into more than what she bargained for, she is grateful for her knight in shining armour who rescued her from what was sure to become a scandalous situation.

Topics: Bad Boy, Forbidden Love, Siblings, Friends to Lovers, Marriage, Family, London, England, Regency Era, Dramatic, Sensual, Series, and 21st Century

Published: HarperCollins on Mar 17, 2009
ISBN: 9780061752094
List price: $1.99
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Something you don't see every day: a non-erotica novel starting with the hero getting oral... attention in the alcove of a ballroom. This didn't set the tone for a raunchy book, though, it just gave you a picture of what Valentine was like before he got involved with the heroine. Eleanor and her "declaration of independence" - and pretty much everything about that declaration - were silly, but the heroine was fairly likeable despite being more than a little ridiculous. Honestly, though, this would have been barely three stars if I based my rating on Eleanor. Valentine saved the book. He made up for the ridiculous plot (although the little surprise dealt by the duke at the end was adorable) and less than stellar heroine.read more
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Sin and Sensibility is the first in the Griffin series. This is not the first time that I have read this series but I haven't read this series since they were newer, so I just wanted to read this one since it was one of my favorites and as I was reading I remembered how much I loved it. The passion and the romance came alive for me once more. I have always been a fan of Suzanne Enoch, books that are fun, sexy and full of sizzling chemistry that draws you into her stories. Sin and Sensiblity was no different, and I loved the interaction between Eleanor and Valentine, and there were moments in the story that you find yourself totally captivated....definitely a Enjoyable read!!!read more
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Something you don't see every day: a non-erotica novel starting with the hero getting oral... attention in the alcove of a ballroom. This didn't set the tone for a raunchy book, though, it just gave you a picture of what Valentine was like before he got involved with the heroine. Eleanor and her "declaration of independence" - and pretty much everything about that declaration - were silly, but the heroine was fairly likeable despite being more than a little ridiculous. Honestly, though, this would have been barely three stars if I based my rating on Eleanor. Valentine saved the book. He made up for the ridiculous plot (although the little surprise dealt by the duke at the end was adorable) and less than stellar heroine.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
Sin and Sensibility is the first in the Griffin series. This is not the first time that I have read this series but I haven't read this series since they were newer, so I just wanted to read this one since it was one of my favorites and as I was reading I remembered how much I loved it. The passion and the romance came alive for me once more. I have always been a fan of Suzanne Enoch, books that are fun, sexy and full of sizzling chemistry that draws you into her stories. Sin and Sensiblity was no different, and I loved the interaction between Eleanor and Valentine, and there were moments in the story that you find yourself totally captivated....definitely a Enjoyable read!!!
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