The Sinful Sinners Series by Sabrina Jeffries

March 2018



With the March release of Sabrina Jeffrie's The Secret of Flirting readers finally see the spymaster himself, Baron Fulkham, find his match. It is also the final full length novel in Ms Jeffries' Sinful Suitors series. Only the novella The Risk of Rogues, a June release, remains.

But the Sinful Suitors hasn't just been a series of newly introduced characters. No, we are saying goodbye to a cast of characters from multiple connected series. First, Ms. Jeffries wrote the School For Hereisses series, then Hellions of Halstead Hall, followed by The Duke's Men series. Some of the heroes in the latter books had been potential suitors, siblings, friends, and other secondary characters. Men who in the Sinful Sinners series decided to start the St. George's Club, and protect their sisters, or other young ladies in their lives, from the clutches of sinful suitors. Never considering that they might just qualify as sinful suitors themselves when they meet their matches.

A print ARC of The Secret of Flirting is available as a prize this month. Just be a member of my newsletter by March 31. I will pull the winner in April.

Below are links for my reviews for the stories in the Sinful Suitors series.

#1 - The Art of Sinning
#2 - The Study of Seduction
#3 - The Danger of Desire
#4 - The Pleasures of Passion
#4.5 - A Talent For Temptation







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