Worth Any Price by Lisa Kleypas (2003)

Pages: 386

ISBN: 0380811073

Description: Nick Gentry is reputed to be the most skillful lover in all England. Known for solving delicate situations, he is hired to seek out Miss Charlotte Howard. He believes his mission will be easily accomplished – but that was before he met the lady in question.

For instead of a willful female he discovers one in desperate circumstances, hiding from a man who would destroy her very soul. So Nick shockingly offers her a very different kind of proposition – one he has never offered before.

And he knows that this will be much more than a union in name only. For he senses what Charlotte does not yet know – that her appetite for sensuality matches his own. But what Nick learns surprises him. For while London’s most notorious lover might claim Charlotte’s bod, he quickly discovers it will take much more than passion to win her love.

Review: Nick and Charlotte are both masquerading as different people when they meet. Almost instantly they have a connection that they both do not understand. Nick decides to save Charlotte from her fate and as a result ends up saving himself. This final installment of the Bow Street series does not disappoint. From the begiing sparks fly between Nick and Charlotte. Many of the characters from the previous books are seen, even if only a slight glimpse. The story was good and it was a nice way to end these books. Another great read from Kleypas.

Score 4 out of 5


About Michelle

I'm a Midwest girl who has landed herself on the east coast. I spend my days in libraryland. My passion/specialty is graphic novels, manga, and anime. For a few weekends of the year you will find me at an anime convention somewhere on the east coast.

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