To break a centuries-old curse, beautiful, headstrong Lady Kathleen MacDavid knows she must ignore every rule of propriety by seducing—and marrying—the Earl of Norcroft. So she sets off for London, braving scandal and ruin to achieve her goal . . . until a crazy bump on the head makes her forget nearly everything.
The thrill of winning a bet—that he'd be the last of his set to wed—hasn't eased the earl's pain of losing his friends to marriage. Still, he'd be willing to settle down if he could meet someone worthy of his love—and desire. But he has met no such woman, until Kathleen is brought to him. Suspicious of her motives, he's determined to resist her seductive ways. But sometimes even the most proper gentleman finds it expedient to act improperly . . .
My Rating: 3 out of 5
Decent end of the series. Not as great as the other books though. Of course since you know by the end of book 3 who won the bet this book had to be different. However I was taken back by the mystical aspect of this book and how much it played a part in the bring about of the two main characters. If it were a stand alone book, I wouldn't really recommend cause it doesn't have much to recommend itself but as the last of a series it's a must read and it wraps everything up.