A Perfect Scoundrel - Heather Cullman cared. London She had loved him from the very first moment she saw him. Jane Wentworth clasped her hands in her lap, her heart leaping as the majordomo ushered Lord Quentin Somerville into the drawing room. Oh, but he looked handsome this morning, so handsome that the sight of him quite stole her breath away. Always impeccably dressed, today his lordship was the picture of urbane elegance. Utter perfection.
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This was about a man leaning to be a man. With the unconditional kindness of his wife, our H goes from truly being the nasty rake we think are in other books, to becoming the man his father saw in him. This guy was truly a selfish man and that was seen in his thoughts and actions.
These were not just told to us but shown to us. Wanting to drown the little kitten, trying to beat a duck, distaste for anyone not of noble birth, and just absolutely despicable.
The only way I was able to get around the actions of the H in the beginning, the wedding night and the sending her off without a thought to the country, was the writing of the author.
The author made the h of sterner stuff and it stayed true throughout. She never gave in and managed to stick to her guns until he turned his black heart out and let his love show through.
It took almost 7 months for him to grovel and he did it with thoughtfulness and caring. He thought of her and her wants and wishes when trying to woo her. The grovel was not so much seen as it was in his mind to be there for her and take the rest of his life to make up to her for the awful things he had done.
His wooing of her showed the depth of his sincerity and the feeling of the HEA was very believable imo. I would recommend for a want to stone the H, but he makes up for it kind of romance read. He raped her. He might not have been a bad person, but he raped her and then was really verbally cruel afterwards.
A Perfect Scoundrel