The Secret of Flirting (Sinful Suitors, #5) Read Online Free - “Quick pacing, witty dialogue, and charmingly original characters set Jeffries’ books apart” (Publishers Weekly, starred review), and The Secret of Flirting is the next thrilling romance in the bestselling Sinful Suitors series!
The moment spymaster Baron Fulkham meets the stunning Princess Anne of Chanay, he's positive her royal persona is a ruse and that she's actually Monique Servais, the mysterious actress he met three years before in Dieppe. But as he pursues his suspicions, he uncovers a plot of attempted assassination and betrayal that could very well destroy his career, expose his own secrets...and ruin the woman he's rapidly coming to love.
The Secret of Flirting is a sizzling historical romance filled with fast-paced storytelling, an enchanting heroine, and a sexy hero, perfect for fans of Regency romance.
|Title||:||The Secret of Flirting (Sinful Suitors, #5)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||416 pages|
March 18, 2018
In preparation of this ARC, I read/listened to the preceding novels in the series since I could get them through my library and to make sure I didn’t miss background information that may be relevant here. Having done that, I don’t believe it is necessary. Lord Fulkham, the hero, is a present but...
March 03, 2018
Love her stories! 4.5 stars
I enjoy standalone series. They have a similar theme and some of the characters are intertwined but not in a way where you are left out of anything. That is a beauty of this series I have been enjoying.
The newest book in this particular series is a...
April 09, 2018
Although The Secret of Flirting is the fifth instalment in Sabrina Jeffries’ Sinful Suitors series, it can easily be read as a standalone, as none of its storylines is related to the other books. Previous heroes and heroines make appearances within its pages, but they are brief cameos and no pr...
March 18, 2018
When Gregory Vyse, Baron Fulkham, met the beautiful French actress, Monique Servais in Dieppe, she was impudent and seemed not at all concerned about his rank or station. Now three years later he is certain the woman he was just introduced to as the Princess Aurore of Chanay is the woman he has n...
March 21, 2018
4.5 stars rounded up to 5
Series: Sinful Suitors #5
Publication Date: 3/27/18
What a delightful fifth book in the Sinful Suitors series. While the book is part of a series, it can easily be read as a stand-alone if you haven’t read the previous books. However, all of those books are good and I’d hig...
April 21, 2018
This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Pocket in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
I will always be a fan of Sabrina Jeffries, her writing is fun and sexy and even though for m...
March 24, 2018
The Secret of Flirting by Sabrina Jeffries is book Five in The "Sinful Suitors" series. This is the story of Gregory Vyse, Baron of Fulkham and Princess Anne of Chanay aka Monique Servais. I have read the previous books (and loved them!) in this series but feel this is easily a standalone book.
March 29, 2018
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
What keeps me coming back to this series is how fun and unexpected the scenarios are. A bit of political intrigue and mystery. Sabrina Jeffries...
February 28, 2018
It is universally accepted that Sabrina Jeffries’ writing is like comfort food – warm, delightful and makes you forget the pile of flaming garbage that 2017 has brought on us, even if it’s only for a snowy afternoon. Her characters always sparkle off the page, the plot is easy flowing and the dia...
March 30, 2018
French actress Monique Servais is playing in Le Mariage de Figaro at the new theater the night she meet Gregory Vyse, Baron Fulkham, the undersecretary of the foreign office. A brief encounter they'll both remember where they argued and flirted at the same time and misjudged each other. Three yea...