Sinful Chelsea Fergusson daughter of the impoverished Earl of Dumfries is a desperate young lady with an indecent plan to get out of an unwanted marriage to an old lecher by losing her virginity to London

  • Title: Sinful
  • Author: Susan Johnson
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  • Page: 290
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  • Chelsea Fergusson, daughter of the impoverished Earl of Dumfries, is a desperate young lady with an indecent plan to get out of an unwanted marriage to an old lecher by losing her virginity to London s most infamous libertine, Sinjin St.John, Duke of Seth, the Saint Sinjin, sworn bachelor, sexy rogue and bedder of beautiful women, was sure nothing could surprise him ThaChelsea Fergusson, daughter of the impoverished Earl of Dumfries, is a desperate young lady with an indecent plan to get out of an unwanted marriage to an old lecher by losing her virginity to London s most infamous libertine, Sinjin St.John, Duke of Seth, the Saint Sinjin, sworn bachelor, sexy rogue and bedder of beautiful women, was sure nothing could surprise him That is until he stepped into his carriage one evening and found it already occupied Chelsea tempted him with a sinful offer.Sinjin adamantly, albeit politely refused She was a young unmarried maiden, too dangerous for a man who d vowed never to wed No matter how luscious the prize, he wasn t reckless enough to be entrapped by the tantalizing minx.Can the spirited young beauty change his mind

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      Published :2019-02-07T06:06:43+00:00

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    1. Susan Johnson

      And it all began rather serendipitously Long ago, as they say, in another time, when fast food hadn t reached our area and the only shopping was what the feed mill offered, I was reading a book that annoyed me My husband was lying beside me in bed, watching TV Turning to him, I sort of petulantly said, How the hell did this book get published If you think you re so smart, he replied, with one eye still on the TV, why don t you write a book So I did And very badly I ve since learned how to do, he said, she said, and a great variety of other adverb heavy, sometimes lengthy explanations of why my characters are saying what they re saying, along with finally coming to an understanding of what things like POV means Point of View for you non writers Although, I still don t fully comprehend why it matters if you switch POV and I cavalierly disregard it as much as possible So while my technical skills have hopefully improved, what hasn t changed is my great joy in writing There s as much pleasure today in listening to my characters talk while I type as fast as I can, as there was the first time I put dialogue to paper in long hand, then, in my leather bound sketch book.

    915 thoughts on “Sinful”

    1. ★★★★★! St. John-Duras series, book 1 of 5. Epic saga! Top-10 hero, larger-than-life Sinjin St. John, Duke of Seth fights matrimony with dire consequences!The St John-Duras series takes us all across Europe introducing us to the St. John and Duras families. Book 1 starts off with Sinjin St. John, the Duke of Seth one of the most provoking alpha heroes – ever!!! Book 3 in series then continues with the Duras family. General Andre Duras was a side character in book 2 and he is also a ve [...]


    2. ★★★★★! St. John-Duras series, book 1 of 5. Epic saga! Top-10 hero, larger-than-life Sinjin St. John, Duke of Seth fights matrimony with dire consequences!The St John-Duras series takes us all across Europe introducing us to the St. John and Duras families. Book 1 starts off with Sinjin St. John, the Duke of Seth one of the most provoking alpha heroes – ever!!! Book 3 in series then continues with the Duras family. General Andre Duras was a side character in book 2 and he is also a ve [...]


    3. "She was sheer unadulterated sexuality~like a pagan rite of spring."Sinful is my first Historical Romance read EVER! Diving in, I didn't quite know what to expect! Sinjin certainly did not disappoint! Sinful is set in the United Kingdom in 1787. So jump into your time machine and get ready for horse races, horse breeding, British Royal Society, parties, carriage rides, harems, kidnapping, sea voyages, duels, and indiscretion at it's finest."I'll be a spinster and wear mucking boots and smoke a p [...]


    4. 4***Fantastic StarsGenre:Historical RomanceType:Book 1 of 5 all standalone POV:Shifting “Whatever her magic, he wanted it. He wanted her. He wanted this incomprehensible, penetrating, extraordinary ecstasy.” SinjinI’ve always liked a good romantic historical book and this one was not an exception. It sucked me in from page one. Sinful takes place in the 1700’s and it’s set in London but you will really see it all across Great Britain and other dangerous places like Africa. Sinjin St. J [...]


    5. I started out loving this story, then absolutely hating itI was completely misled by the synopsiss Lady Chelsea did bring the Duke to his kneesever that didn't stop him from heating up the sheets with every woman he could get his hands on well into his relationship with her. That alone made it impossible for me to imagine that he could ever change his ways, therefore blinding me to any certainty of a happily ever after for them in spite of what played out on the pages. It would have been a wonde [...]


    6. “Sinjin St. John, Duke of Seth, Marquess of Fowler, Earl of Burton, Viscount Carvernon, normally was settled in at Newmarket for the entire race season, his passion for horseflesh, everyone knew, surpassing even his acute interest in female flesh.”When I read the blub of this book, I was like go for it. But then, I’ve forgotten everything else, and all I can actually think about, or more like do, is stare at the cover for hours. I mean, I know right? I am a sucker for beautiful covers and [...]


    7. LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED THIS!!! This was such a great book, such a good story, wonderfully written I loved that this wasn't just some quick little story like boy meets girl they have problems they get over it and live happily ever after Chelsea and Sinjin, the main characters go through so very much in this book, Chelsea hides away in Sinjin's carriage to offer up her virginity just to escape an unwanted engagement and that's where they're extensive adventures take off, from her father's o [...]



    8. Odd fact, I actually bought thisfor a whopping .99 on , but ended up receiving this . I was robbed. Yeah, I know, .99, but still. There are spoilers below so bewarePlot: The h does not want to marry the evil Bishop who has his eye on her so she propositions the wickedest manwhore in London, the H. He's not in the mood to compromise virgins that day so says, NO!". Being a saucy wench, she sneaks into his bed when he's asleep. He thinks she just another whore supplied by his host (charming, I'm al [...]


    9. Chelsea Amity Fergusson, daughter of the impoverished Earl of Dumfries, trying to thwart off an unwanted marriage to the wealthy but loathsome Bishop Hatfield, makes herself unworthy by losing her virginity to London's most notorious rake, Sinjin St. John, Duke of Seth. When Sinjin refuses she plots and succeeds to seduce him. Not willing to let her go, Sinjin makes her a wager and wins a week she has to spend with her. When Chelsea becomes pregnant, her furious father and brothers abduct Sinjin [...]


    10. This book was not my thingt my kind of book I need to read over and over again.I cannot see where's the romance.ere's no romance with a hero who slept with another woman after slept with heroine. That's kind of story is too dirty for me for historical romance.Well, if it meant to be an erotica romance, maybe its okay, but as erotica, the book was not as hot as erotica :)Its just not my cup of tea.Even it maybe yours LOL


    11. It has been years since I've read a book by this author and I must admit I was a bit worried since my reading habits have changed over the years but I'm happy to say I worried for nothing as a really enjoyed this book. Reading it was like reconnecting with an old friend I just picked where I left off it was like no time had passed all the elements I've come to know and love from a Susan Johnson title is still there, hot sex scenes, alpha hero, strong female character etc. There were parts of thi [...]


    12. Well it was fine and dandy, until I reached the last portion where they embarked on a not-so-believable adventure and were forced to have sex while others watched. Too good to be true. I favor a touch of reality.



    13. ★5 Stars!“Whatever her magic, he wanted it. He wanted her. He wanted this incomprehensible, penetrating, extraordinary ecstasy.”


    14. I didn't even finish this book because is was so frustratingly un-fun to read with its angsty injustice and foolish conspiracies. It pushed every one of my feminine equality buttons. I understand that women had little power in those times but I just didn't enjoy experiencing that lack of power when I was expecting a sexy romance. Here are my main grievances:1. There was very little hotness and there wasn't anything notably erotic about the sex. In fact many potentially interesting scenes were sk [...]


    15. In need of a rake to save her from an unwanted marriage to a man she does not love, Chelsea Fergusson begs the notorious Sinjin St. John to help her. The immediate story line of this book is pretty much the usual -- rich, handsome, eligible rake hero and a head strong, intelligent and beautiful heroine who is arranged to an unwanted marriage by family to improved financial status or to pay off gambling debts. However, what made their story much more appealing though is the way they both intensel [...]


    16. Naming your child Sinjin St. John is (nearly) as bad as those people who name their kids things like William Williams. At least they're spelled differently. But I must wonder if the author knew that St. John is actually pronounced Sinjin. In her note, she said that she knew Sinjin meant St. John, which just makes it worse, in my opinion.Well I went along with the story for most of the book, even liked it at times. I can't say I was a huge fan of the writing style, but it was okay. Then the last [...]


    17. Not your typical historical romance. Well crafted hot sensual Historical Romance written with a rich vocabulary and with period details only born from research. A different twist on the rake and virgin plot with some exotic Arab and Highland culture thrown in. Both hero and heroine are likable and honest in the communications and behaviors. Also liked that the rake continued his rakish behavior after he met the heroine. I am so tired of tediously formulaic drawn out romances with misunderstandin [...]


    18. Beautifully done. The adverbs were a bit adverby in the beginning, but that calmed down right quick. With another easy win (this is the third), Susan Johnson has joined the ranks of Best Romance Authors Ever. For me, at least, those can be counted on one hand.I've never read another romance novelist who writes footnotes (or whatever the word is for numbered footnotes all sitting at the end of the book) for all her stories. More than once I got distracted from the story by reading all the fascina [...]


    19. I loved this book, until the part where they embarked a journey to Tunisia. I am offended with the way the author described rules in Koran. There is absolutely NONE of those shits described in Koran! And I feel a need to repeat myself that I am totally offended by that. As much as I love the story, my religion is something I put in highest place.



    20. Unfortunately I had to stop on this one, could see that it didn't suit my tastes. It's very well written though.No review or rating.


    21. This was free at that week (received notification from Bookbup) the synopsis looks promising however very mixed reviews so I am a bit in limbo here. Reviewers on a bit forgiving compared to on . I was on chapter 7 but idk if I want to continue or stop and move on to other book. The heroine is just way too young for my taste, 17 year old, I like my main female's characters a bit older than that plus throwing herself to a rake .m.nda turned me offeven though with a dire reason so these two reason [...]


    22. LOVED IT! BUT HATED IT TOO. This is my next series I am tackling by Johnson and I gotta say Sinjun is the most arrogant hero yet in the mould. I enjoyed the first half of the book but when it got to the part where Sinjun was brutally kidnapped and forced to marry Chelsea. OUR HERO:He is handsome, arrogant and powerful. What's new? He is immediately taken with Chelsea's spirited beauty but because Johnson heroes are renowned to be often IN DENIAL, that's where complications arose. He made a barga [...]


    23. This book (and the rest of the series) is my dirty little secret when I was a teenager. Susan Johnson is who has got me started on erotica. Of course this was considerably tame compared to erotica releases at present time but she is one of the authors who started it all.However I have never liked ANY of her Heroes and Sinjin St. John is no exception. If it was listed under merely erotica I would accept these Heroes. This title is still listed under romance. Other than these misgivings this is on [...]


    24. Read as Sinful Dreams by CC Gibbs. The 1st in this series. Book 2 is Wicked Fascination (Wicked)This series is more your old style bodice rippers but full of adventure and every character interesting. The pace never quits. I didn't sleep much, put it that way. Enjoy.Ps. I have to note that Sinjin St John is a womaniser and that doesn't abate during this book. I know many of us take issue with that. You'll have to set that aside if you want to enjoy the story. Not your classic HEA but worthwhile [...]


    25. I just couldn't get into this book. Anything that could possibly happen to someone did in this book. Kidnapped? yup, infected wound? yup, serial cheater? yup, harem? yup, blind? yup, miscarriage? yup, evil fiance? yupafter awhile it was hard to believe anything that happened there was enough material for her to have written several stories. Also, I absolutely hated the hero , he was a jerk until the last few pages.


    26. I typically love Susan Johnson/CC Gibbs books but this one was too long and the ending left such a sour taste at the end. Touched on subject of cheating and that's a personal no-no for me. I don't think they needed the last couple chapters, seemed like it was pushing the envelope too much and dragging on the book more.


    27. I expected it to be good because when its plot is considered, it is interesting but the story was dragging, almost pointless. And I don't understand the hero. He goes all the way to York to see the heroine but the next chapter he was with the duchess. I don't like him. IT TURN OUT TO BE A DISAPPOINTING STORY.


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