The second book in the Renegade Royals is here!! The first book was enchanting, and this second book has certainly upped the ante. This novel was completely enchanting and wholly engrossing from the very first page on. I fell totally in love with all of the characters (especially Griffin..yum!) and found them all absolutely delightful. The story took some unexpected twists and turns, but that only served to intrigue me more. I am certain that both new readers and existing fans will love this fantastic book as much as I did.
Griffin Steele had his life planned out. He knew exactly where he wanted to be, and what he wanted to do. Until the day that an unknown baby arrived on his doorstep, that is. Then, much to his chagrin, he also “inherits” a rather mousy little spinster to watch the baby. Justine is the “little spinster” sent to watch the baby, and she is most assuredly not what Griffin expects. As the two set about trying to unravel the mystery of the baby’s heritage and who he might belong to, they also set about trying to learn how to work with each other. Griffin is very gruff; Justine is quite sassy when she is irritated, which Griffin seems to do quite often. As events proceed at a breakneck pace around them, Griffin and Justine are just trying to keep up and keep the baby safe. Who is the baby? Why was he abandoned? And can Justine and Griffin finally learn to trust their hearts enough to love?
They are the Renegade Royals, illegitimate sons of the Royal Princes, each finding his rightful place in society--and the woman destined to be his perfect match. . .
Some men are born into scandal. Others pursue it with a passion. Griffin Steele, secret son of the Duke of Cumberland, is guilty on both counts. Yet somehow London's most notorious scoundrel has been saddled with an abandoned baby boy--and with the unflappable, intriguing spinster summoned to nurse him. . .
Justine Brightmore may be a viscount's niece, but she's also a spy's daughter, determined to safeguard the infant when his suspected royal parentage makes him a target. Yet how to protect herself from the rakish Griffin? Marriage might shield her reputation, but it can only imperil her heart, especially with a groom intent on delicious seduction. . .