Book Review: The Prince of Innocence by: Susan Sizemore

The Price of InnocenceThe Price of Innocence 
by Susan Sizemore

My rating: 1 of 5 Ravens

Synopsis: Years ago, a handsome stranger rescued Sherrie Hamilton from a harem and enticed her into becoming his lover before returning her safely home. Now Sherrie is a respectable young widow and mother, chaperoning her young charges through fashionable London society-- until she comes face to face with her erotic dream. For there, across a crowded ballroom, stands the one man who touched the very core of her sensuality, stirring old memories, and a new unbidden desire.

Obsessed by Love

Jack PenMartyn, Earl of PenMartyn, seeks to put his past behind him, yet he's obsessed by the one womanwhose pure innocence he stole; the woman who is the mother of the child he never knew he had. He knows that with one false word, Sherrie will expose the secrets of his past. But does he dare to hope that she will give in to the tempation of their recklesspassion for a future together?

Review: I could not get into this book. It had an exciting premise but any romance novel where the hero calls his heroine a bitch and uses her as a sexual slave is not my kind of book (unless the slavery is completely voluntary-if you know what I mean).

DNF for me. I still love Susan Sizemore though and will not stop reading her novels due to one book I didn't care for.

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