The Secrets of a Scoundrel review

I feel a sense of kinship with Gaelen Foley. Like me, she’s a Pittsburgher and an English major. Unlike me, she actually finishes the books she starts. Fortunately for readers, she starts lots of them.

The Secrets of a Scoundrel by Gaelen Foley is the seventh and last of her Inferno Club series. Nick is the classic bad boy, but Virginia, or Gin, is far from the innocent miss readers usually see paired with such a hero. She’s no angel herself and no more eager to share her secrets than he is.

The cast of supporting characters in this novel is almost more entertaining than the romance. The villains are over-the-top evil and properly disgusting. The good guys are cheerful and charming. And the victimized women band together in a surprising way.

I’m wondering if Gin’s intrepid son Phillip will get his own spin-off some day.

Gaelen Foley
Gaelen Foley

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