Loving Rose

Loving Rose

The Redemption Of Malcolm Sinclair

Paperback - 2014
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#1 New York Times bestselling author returns with another thrilling story from the Casebook of Barnaby Adair . . .

Miraculously spared from death, Malcolm Sinclair erases the notorious man he once was. Reinventing himself as Thomas Glendower, he strives to make amends for his past, yet he never imagines penance might come via a secretive lady he discovers living in his secluded manor.

Rose has a plausible explanation for why she and her children are residing in Thomas's house, but she quickly realizes he's far too intelligent to fool. Revealing the truth is impossibly dangerous, yet day by day he wins her trust, and then her heart.

But then her enemy closes in, and Rose turns to Thomas as the only man who can protect her and the children. And when she asks for his help, Thomas finally understands his true purpose, and with unwavering commitment, he seeks his redemption the only way he can--through living the reality of loving Rose.

Publisher: New York : Avon, 2014
ISBN: 9780062068675


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Nov 01, 2016

It's November, it's the Melbourne Cup long weekend, it's the day after Halloween (which was a complete non-event in my street, with a diabetic in the house we've never celebrated and we didn't see any sign of trick-or-treaters roaming the streets yesterday, don't know what we're going to do with a pack of funsize Bounties) and this is my first review for the second last month of 2016 (I can't believe I'm saying that already!).

This was the best of a bunch of bad Laurens books I've read over the last couple of years. The sex was still pretty rubbish (after reading the first scene to confirm that they hadn't gotten better, I skipped them altogether), but at least I liked the lead characters. I liked that Thomas was an 'older' man who was looking for redemption and letting fate lead him to it and at the same time he was paying for the sins of his past life through both his pain and deeds. I liked the way Thomas was with the kids, especially Homer, tutoring him and giving him more difficult books to read to keep him busy and out of the kind of mischief that could lead to the kind of troubled life Thomas used to live.

After the sex the main problem with this book was that the 'mystery' wasn't all that mysterious. It wasn't exactly clear who the villain might be, (view spoiler) I will likely continue borrowing and reading these books, always hoping for a return to the good old days of Stephanie Laurens.


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