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By Sabrina Jeffries | Comments: ( 799 ) | Date: ( Dec 06, 2019 )

The third deliciously sexy novel in the New York Times bestselling Duke s Men historical romance series, featuring an investigator who sets out to find gypsies and unexpectedly finds love.Investigator Tristan Bonnaud has one aim in life to make sure that his half brother George can t ever ruin his life again So when the pesky Lady Zoe Keane, the daughter of the Earl ofThe third deliciously sexy novel in the New York Times bestselling Duke s Men historical romance series, featuring an investigator who sets out to find gypsies and unexpectedly finds love.Investigator Tristan Bonnaud has one aim in life to make sure that his half brother George can t ever ruin his life again So when the pesky Lady Zoe Keane, the daughter of the Earl of Olivier, shows up demanding that the Duke s Men find a mysterious gypsy woman, he seizes the opportunity to also hunt for a gypsy friend who knows secrets about George Tristan doesn t expect to uncover Lady Zoe s family secrets, as well or end up falling for the woman who will risk all to discover the truth.

  • Title: How the Scoundrel Seduces
  • Author: Sabrina Jeffries
  • ISBN: 9781451693539
  • Page: 325
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

Sabrina Jeffries

Sabrina Jeffries is the NYT bestselling author of over 50 novels and works of short fiction some written under the pseudonyms Deborah Martin and Deborah Nicholas Whatever time not spent writing in a coffee fueled haze of dreams and madness is spent traveling with her husband and adult autistic son or indulging in one of her passions jigsaw puzzles, chocolate, and music With over 9 million books in print in 20 different languages, the North Carolina author never regrets tossing aside a budding career in academics for the sheer joy of writing fun fiction, and hopes that one day a book of hers will end up saving the world She always dreams big.

Comments How the Scoundrel Seduces

  • Caz

    I've given this a C+ at AAR, so 3.5 starsThis is the third book in Ms. Jeffries’ current series, The Duke’s Men, the name which is loosely applied to Manton Investigations, the firm built and run by Dominic Manton and his half-brother, Tristan Bonnaud.Towards the end of the previous book, When the Rogue Returns, Dom and Tristan were working an investigation involving a theft and kidnapping when they were literally stumbled upon by the spirited Lady Zoe Keane. In return for keeping quiet and [...]

  • Inka

    Ауууу чудесна. прекрасна. супер сладка. адски много ми хареса.Лейди Зоуи е необикновена млада дама. Тя е единствената наследница на баща си, и след смъртта му, ще наследи титлата, парите и земите, а съпруга, който има свободата да избере сама, ще получи мястото в Камарата на ло [...]

  • Ezinwanyi

    3.5 stars

  • Cruth

    My copy received from publisher via NetGalley with thanks.Author: Sabrina JeffriesFirst published: 2014Length: 4604 locationsSetting: 1829, London. Late Regency.Sex: Explicit. Infrequent.Hero: Illegitimate son of Viscount. Private Investigator.Heroine: Countess-to-be. Searching for her true parents.One of the great joys of historical fiction is the ability to learn something whilst being entertained. Jeffries obviously embraces history. One gets the distinct impression she enjoys the research an [...]

  • Caz

    I've given this an A for narration and B for content at AudioGals. I liked it better in audio :PIn the first book in this series, What the Duke Desires, we learned that Viscount Rathmoor had two families – two sons (George and Dominick) by his late wife, and a son and daughter (Tristan and Lisette) by his French mistress of twenty years. The viscount’s failure to provide for all his children leads to a last-ditch death-bed attempt to add a codicil to his will, but he is thwarted by George, w [...]

  • Anna

    I was hoping this book would be about Dom and Lady Jane from What the Duke Desires. Oh wellI still cannot wait for this book! Especially now since Dom and Jane have a book coming out in January! :)

  • Jaclyn

    Sabrina Jeffries was my gateway drug into the historical romance genre. I jumped into it after I finished my master’s degree and have never looked back. Ever since stumbling upon Jeffries’ novels, she has been one of my favourite and go-to authors in historical romance. To date, A Notorious Love is my favourite Jeffries book, but she is an author that never disappoints, and How the Scoundrel Seduces is no exception.The latest installment in The Duke’s Men is about Tristan Bonnaud (brother [...]

  • Lover of Romance

    Tristan Bonnaud, has one goal in life, to get revenge against his brother, that almost destroyed him and his family who had to flee the country and live in France for a time. But Tristan is part of a investigative business, and is good at it. Then a woman walks through the door needing his help that coincides with finding his own justice and searching for his long time gypsy friend. Zoe Keane, is searching for the truth of her birth. When her aunts makes allegations to her, hinting that she was [...]

  • Roses R Blue

    Lady Zoe Keane’s world is turned topsy-turvy when her aunt tells her that she is not the biological child of her parents. Zoe’s father is an earl, and the title is a rare one that can pass to a female child if there is no male heir. Since she has no siblings, she’s in line to inherit, and is very afraid that, if her aunt’s claim is true, a scandal could occur if the knowledge is made public. In order to get a definitive answer, Zoe hires the discreet investigators known as the Duke’s M [...]

  • ☕ Kimberly

    Five reasons to grab an iced coffee and lose yourself in How the Scoundrel Seduces1. The Duke’s Men run an investigative agency on Bow-street and they are all yummy, unique, complicated, noble and totally swoon-worthy! Jeffries has fleshed them out with interesting histories and plenty of snark and wit.2. Lady Zoe Keane is feisty, and daring. I love how independent and persistent she is. On more than one occasion she made me giggle, and I loved her gypsy spirit. The passion shown towards h [...]

  • Cyndi

    Pretty good book. Didn't require a lot of deep thought, which can be relaxing. The characters could have been a bit more developed, but maybe I needed to read more in the series to connect. Unfortunately this is the only one on overdrive. As usual overdrive skips a few books in a series. Anyway, not the best narrator voice. Her American accent was cringe worthy. So skip that and just read the book.

  • Ƥʋиʏα [Punya Reviews...]

    My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book for more, visit Punya ReviewsSabrina Jeffries’ How the Scoundrel Seduces, book 3 of the Duke’s Men series, tells us the story of the Scoundrel of the Bonnaud/Manton Family, Tristan. I’ve been eagerly awaiting his book ever since I finished book 2. I loved most aspects of this story, unless I count in some things that also left me a little exasperated.As for those who don’t know, you should probably start w [...]

  • Susan

    We first met Tristan in the first book, What the Duke Desires, as co-owner of Manton Investigations with his second half brother and got some of his background. Tristan and his sister are the illegitimate children of the late Viscount of Rathmoor. Tristan's father died when Tristan was seventeen, after writing out a codicil to his will that would ensure that Tristan and his family were taken care of. Unfortunately, immediately after the man breathed his last, Tristan's oldest half brother, the n [...]

  • Sandy S

    4.25 starsAbout the book: Release Date August 19, 2014Investigator Tristan Bonnaud has one aim in life—to make sure that his half-brother George can’t ever ruin his life again. So when the pesky Lady Zoe Keane, the daughter of the Earl of Olivier, shows up demanding that the Duke’s Men find a mysterious gypsy woman, he seizes the opportunity to also hunt for a gypsy friend who knows secrets about George. Tristan doesn’t expect to uncover Lady Zoe’s family secrets, as well…or end up f [...]

  • Jennifer

    Readers of Jeffries's Duke's Men series first met Tristan Bonnaud in What the Duke Desires and I, for one, have been intrigued by him ever since. He is the illegitimate son of a viscount who was cast out of his childhood home (along with his mother and sister) after his father's death. After years of working any job he could get a hold of, Tristan is now a professional investigator working alongside his half-brother, Dominick Manton. He has always been wary of getting involved with the aristocra [...]

  • Lola Moon

    I am normally an avid reader of Jeffries' books, and I have enjoyed the rest of the books in this series, but I'm having a hard time enjoying this book because I find Lady Zoe (and Lisette to a lesser degree) and Tristan to be just really, really annoying characters. There's a difference between a character that is bold, "dashing," honest, headstrong- and maybe a little nosy, and a character that is aggravating and annoying. Tristan annoys because he continually capitulates to Zoe, and Lisette, [...]

  • Lindsey

    Sabrina Jeffries is one of my all time favorite Historical Romance authors. I really enjoyed this book. Review to come soon! This is the third book in The Duke's Men series and I it's my favorite so far. The chemistry between Tristan and Zoe is fantastic. Not only is there chemistry but the plot is really interesting with some great twists and turns. I really enjoyed how Ms. Jeffries did not create the typical regency heroine. Zoe is robust, colorful and not afraid to get the job done. Her stren [...]

  • SidneyKay

    Let's be honest ladiesd gents. Whenever I come across a romance novel in which our hero has big thighs which all the ladies are ogling, my eyes roll to the back of my head. Puleese, I say to myself. Let me get this straight! The hero saunters into the room with his tight white britches - or - he's lounging in a chair in the library with his ankles crossed and our intrepid heroine stumbles into the room. Oh dear! Where does our heroines eyes flit to? To the thighs. Pffffft - sure they do. Oh hone [...]

  • Inshirah Kamal

    “Sometimes a woman must resort to subterfugeto get things done.”

  • Patty McKenna Van Hulle

    The title should be How The Lady Seduces the Scoundrel because Lady Zoe truly TAKES her Scoundrel any & every way she can! Tristan Bonnaud is the illegitimate son of his Viscount dad & French mom & he was raised on the estate will his sister & his half brothers, George the heir & Dom. George has always hated his Father's illegitimate kids & Dom. When their dying father wrote a deathbed amendment to his will to provide for his illegitimate family, George burned it after th [...]

  • ies

    oke, buku ke 3, kali ini tentang Tristan, yg pada buku 1 dikasih prolog kalau die nyuri kuda dari kakaknya George (kakak sebapak beda ibu, ibunya tristan itu mistress) dan di buku satu jg dijelaskan Lisete pergi ke Paris sama Max buat nyari Tristan, yang katanya Tristan nemuin Peter kakaknya Max yg taunya adalah Victor, hero buku 2. Setting cerita setelah buku ke 2, di buku ke 2 kan Tristan - Dom - Victor berusaha nyari iparnya Isa yg nyulik anaknya Victor dan pada saat beraksi di Edinburgh, Tri [...]

  • Jennifer

    Third in the "Duke's Men" series, this one follows the story of Tristan Bonnard. We learned of much of his plight during the first book where he and his sister where kicked out of their home by their half brother and legitimate heir to the title after their father died. He's vowed to get back at George for all the suffering he and his family had to go through. After reading the first book I really hoped that George would remain a true villain and would not have his own story in subsequent books [...]

  • Ermione Pickwick

    I adore this series, the Duke's Men, and, even though What the Duke Desires is still my favourite, followed by the prequel 'Twas the Night after Christmas, this one is amazing as welld to be honest I haven't found Jeffries' real misstep yet. Tristan is, I would say, loveable, I like kind heroes but, let's be honest, the ones like Mr Bonnaud are utterly charming, and this particular one is amazingly so. I've been interested in his personality since What the Duke Desires, he's fascinating in his b [...]

  • Annie

    I do love a reformed rogue and Tristan Bonnaud delivered. Tristan was a delicious man to read about. He’s tough yet insecure. He’s funny and smart. He’s a scoundrel with a heart of gold. The story begins with Tristan’s father dying and his evil half brother forcing him to flee the country. Years later he comes across Lady Zoe Keane who is in need of his assistance. She hires him to find out the truth about her parents. Zoe learns she might be adopted and has to learn the truth or risk lo [...]

  • Shelly

    I may be totally biased, but I love this author, and this series is just fabulous. I will say, this series seems a bit edgier, a little darker than her previous, but it's still light-hearted enough to feel like a typical SJ novel. This series blurs the line between the classes, but it's at a time during the regency era when things are beginning to change. It also helps that even though the characters are in different classes socially, they are just a half step apart. We're not talking about the [...]

  • Linda

    I managed to read 11 chapters or 186 pages of this before I couldn't stand it any longer!!It was so so so awful!! I swore I had read another book in this series--I did have an arc floating around my house ofbefore I moved and now I'm guessing the first one was as awful as this one and I just completely blocked reading it from my memory. I wish I had left enough of a memory to remind me not to pick up this volume so I didn't waste the whole afternoon thinking it would get better. In my defense it [...]

  • Cassandra

    This book was just ok. I've read other books by Sabrina Jefferies and enjoyed most of them. On the whole, I find her to be a very good writer and her books are usually fun with interesting main characters and a detailed historical setting. This particular book suffered from secondary character syndrome. By this I mean that one of the main characters in this book (the hero Tristan) was a secondary character in one of Jefferies previous books. He wasn't all that compelling in the first book and wa [...]

  • Sharlene

    I was provided an advance reader copy of this book by the author for an honest review. This book had mystery, suspense & a wonderful love story. Lady Zoe has just found out that the parents who raised her may not have been her real parents. She hires Tristan, who is an investigator, to try to get to the bottom of the story. Tristan had a sad tale of childhood & a brother who inherited the title & was out for revenge against Tristan. Together, they go on a journey to discover the trut [...]

  • Dawn

    I enjoyed this story of Tristan and Zoe. There was much focus on Zoe being the heir to her father's title and estate. Rare indeed. Plus she was his illegitimate daughter, a fact well hidden from society. This is the basis for the story. She hires The Duke's Men to find her biological mother, a gypsy. Tristan, being an investigator, is given the job since he has gypsy friends and knows the language. He fights the attraction between he and Zoe, but to no avail, naturally. I liked both the hero and [...]

  • Kimia Safavi

    Loved It!How the Scoundrel Seduces is the third book in this fabulous series. Sabrina Jeffries is one my favorite historical romance writers and I buy every book she writes. Triston Bonnard and Lady Zoe Keane's story is a fantastic story with adventures, romance,mystery and secrets. It is a delightful read with great characters, I can't wait to read Dom and Jane's Story.I hope Ms. Jeffries writes Jerermy Keane and his sister' stories too. Thank you Sabrina Jeffries

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