MIDNIGHT’S WILD PASSION by Anna Campbell

PUBLISHING INFO: Avon, April 2011
SETTING: England 1827
HEROINE: Antonia Smith, 27
HERO: Nicholas Challoner, 31
VIRGIN HEROINE? No
GRADE: D

London’s most notorious seducer, Nicholas Challoner lives solely for revenge . . .

The dashing, licentious Marquess of Ranelaw can never forgive Godfrey Demarest for ruining his sister—now the time has come to repay the villain in the same coin. But one formidably intriguing impediment stands in the way of Nicholas’s vengeance: Miss Antonia Smith, companion to his foe’s unsuspecting daughter.

Having herself been deceived and disgraced by a rogue—banished by her privileged family as a result and forced to live a lie—Antonia vows to protect her charge from the same cruel fate. She recognizes Ranelaw for the shameless blackguard he is and will devote every ounce of her intelligence and resolve to thwarting him.

Yet Antonia has always had a fatal weakness for rakes . . .

MY THOUGHTS: I didn’t care for this novel at all. I thought it was very silly and pointless. I didn’t really care for either the hero or heroine. The hero wanting to ‘ruin’ someone the heroine was looking after was lame and not much was done with that element. From my point of view, the very thin storyline was really just the hero and heroine having a sexual relationship with each other from very early on. There were a few hot sex scenes but I pretty much skimmed them because I couldn’t make myself become interested in it. From very early on I could see the story was going nowhere so I had to do a little bit of skimming. Bottom line: skip this one. It was so bad that I’m actually angry.

* I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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