Friday, June 2, 2017
An Education in Scandal by Isadora Brown
I just finished Isadora Brown's latest addition to the Somerset Series and yes, I'm still hooked.
My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
The book flows well and is written in third person POV. I was a bit surprised to see that Amazon has it ranked in the horror and occult genre, as I would consider this whole series to be paranormal romance. There is some steam, but it's not over the top - I would consider it mildly steamy.
I've been hooked on this series from the very beginning and each book just pulls me further into Isadora Brown's world of supernaturals. In this fifth addition to the series, we get hot, aloof businessman, Christian, and his sexy donor, Maggie. That all seems simple enough, right? Wrong! Of course, things are bound to go sideways as they so often do. Christian may or may not be the victim of betrayal and Maggie may or may not be completely human. You'll just have to read for yourself to find out. 😊
You can always count on this series to have plenty of secrets and great characters, along with some sexy times for those characters. While I highly recommend reading the whole series in order (you won't be sorry), you won't have any problem following the story in this one if you aren't familiar with the world of Somerset.
I, for one, can't wait to see what's next in this series!
An Education in Scandal is available for purchase at Amazon and I'm including the link for you. If you enjoy sexy vampires, hot werewolves, and the politics surrounding them, be sure to grab your copy of this one.
Thanks for joining me!
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