Let me start by saying that I love Lorraine Heaths books, so I’m not very impartial. This book is the third in the Lost Lords series, and although you can read them out of order they are best in order. Rafe was the youngest of the brothers and the most lost of the three. He’s the owner of a gaming hall and cares nothing for society and its rules. Miss Evelyn Chambers is the daughter of a lord and his mistress. Evelyn’s father always protected her from life’s cruelties and innocent Evelyn knows no hardship until his death. Upon his death Evelyn is at the mercy of her jealous half-brother, who immediately sells her to the highest bidder. Rafe is not in the business of purchasing mistresses but since he saved the girl he figured she might as well play the part. Evelyn was never prepared for this life and so begins a tale of a girl who wanted to be a princess and instead got a frog and a frog who was a prince deep down inside. I know it doesn’t seem like it should be an amazing love story, but trust me it is. Rafe is a flawed hero who transforms into this amazing man. Evelyn is this scared young girl, who decides that she will never be at a man’s mercy again. Must read.— Rosa, New Jersey
From New York Times bestselling historical romance author Lorraine Heath comes Lord of Wicked Intentions, the third and final chapter in the compelling Lost Lords of Pembrook trilogy.
The young, innocent victim of his uncle’s madness, Lord Rafe Easton has learned not to depend on others, much less fall in love. So when he spies the fiery Miss Evelyn Chambers, an earl’s illegitimate daughter, his intentions are anything but noble. Miserable as Rafe’s mistress, Evelyn believes that Rafe will never declare his love for her—or will he?
Emotional and romantic, Lord of Wicked Intentions is a sensual caper filled with carefully drawn characters and a plot filled with passion, intrigue, and scandal that will leave you breathless.
Lorraine Heath always dreamed of being a writer. After graduating from the University of Texas, she wrote training manuals, press releases, articles, and computer code, but something was always missing. When she read a romance novel, she not only became hooked on the genre, but quickly realized what her writing lacked: rebels, scoundrels, and rogues. She’s been writing about them ever since. Her work has been recognized with numerous industry awards, including RWA’s prestigious RITA®. Her novels have appeared on the USA Today and New York Times bestseller lists.