A Woman Made for Pleasure
In Regency England, Millie Aldon and three friends vow to never marry unless certain stipulations are met—Millie craves adventure. Chase Wentworth is known as dull and has been Millie’s nemesis since childhood. Chase is investigating the death of his father and his involvement in a mysterious group who plan for England to take back her colonies. When Chase sees Millie after many years, he’s smitten, but his dangerous life makes him doubt marriage. Millie holds the key to his father’s murder and now a traitor is after them both.
Listed as a mystery, the novel is a standard romance. The hero and heroine are instantly attracted. With little setting details, the era never comes alive. After being passionately kissed several times by Chase, Millie never asks—or even wonders—about his intentions. The sex is good, so romance fans who prefer light reads should be pleased.