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  • Verlag: Berkley (2. August 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0425240495
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425240496
  • ASIN: B00722PYZA
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 2,5 x 11,4 x 18,4 cm
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The Many Sins of Lord Cameron A renowned rake, Cameron Mackenzie doesn't care if Ainsley Douglas has a virtuous excuse for sneaking around his bedchamber. He only cares that she's at his mercy. But what starts out as a lusty diversion may break Cam's own rules. Original. Full description

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4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Erinome am 3. September 2011
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Lord Cameron Mackenzie interessiert sich nur für zwei Dinge: seine Pferde und seine zahlreichen Affären. Dies ändert sich jedoch schlagartig, als er eines Nachts Ainsley Douglas in seinem Schlafzimmer findet. Ainsley ist auf der Suche nach ein paar pikanten Liebesbriefen, die König Victoria gestohlen worden sind, und sie glaubt, dass Camerons derzeitige Geliebte die belastenden Schriftstücke vielleicht dort versteckt hat. Ainsley und Cameron kennen sich von einer früheren Begegnung und bereits damals hat es eine unbestreitbare Anziehung zwischen ihnen gegeben und es knistert erneut zwischen ihnen. Cameron verspricht schließlich, Ainsley bei ihrer Suche zu unterstützen, und will die Gelegenheit außerdem dazu nutzen, die junge Witwe zu verführen. Er ahnt jedoch noch nicht, dass ihm seine aufkeimenden Gefühle für sie einen Strich durch die Rechnung zu machen drohen.

Insgesamt gesehen hat mir THE MANY SINS OF LORD CAMERON gut gefallen. Jennifer Ashley liefert uns wieder einen stimmungsvollen und spannenden Liebesroman mit zwei sehr sympathischen Hauptfiguren.
Die verwitwete Ainsley Douglas ist eine kluge, starke und liebenswerte Frau, die es durchaus mit den Mackenzies aufnehmen kann, auch wenn sie auf den ersten Blick nicht so aussieht. Sie steht seit einiger Zeit im Dienst von Königin Victoria und wird völlig davon in Anspruch genommen, ihre Leidenschaften, Wünsche und Träume hat sie darüber fast völlig aufgegeben. Erst als sie zum zweiten Mal auf Lord Cameron trifft, wird Ainsley bewusst, dass das Leben noch viel Aufregendes für sie zu bieten hat, und sie lässt sich nach einigen Bedenken auf Cams Verführung ein.
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4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Filerimos am 9. August 2011
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In "The Many Sins of Lord Cameron" erfährt der Leser mehr über das bisherige Leben von Lord Cameron Mackenzie.
Cameron ist, wie seine Brüder, ein Mann der Leidenschaft. - Pferde und Frauen. Genau in dieser Reihenfolge. Leidenschaften prägen jedoch auch. So gewährt dieser Band tiefere Einblicke in seine unglückliche Ehe mit Lady Elizabeth Cavendish und über sein Verhältnis zu seinem Sohn Daniel.

Ainsley Douglas hingegen ist eine 27jährige Witwe, die ihren Lebensunterhalt als Kammerfrau der Königin verdient; um ihren Bruder Patrick und dessen Frau nicht zur Last zu fallen.
Ihre Verpflichtung der Königing gegenüber führt Ainsley auf das Anwesen der Mackenzies.
Dort wird sie von Cameron hinter seinem Schlafzimmervorhang entdeckt, als dieser sich gerade mit seiner aktuellen Geliebten vergnügen möchte. - Ab diesem Zeitpunkt rückt die "Maus" hinter dem Vorhang ins Visier des Jägers. Cam, der Ainsley vor fast genau 6 Jahren schon einmal in seinem Schlafzimmer hatte, verfolgt ab da an das Ziel, seine damalige, nicht beendete, Verfühung zu vollenden. Nicht`s ahnend, dass sich ab da an sein bisheriges Leben von Grund auf ändern wird...

Mir persönlich hat auch dieser Mackenzie Band wieder gut gefallen.
Jennifer Ashley schafft es, ihre Charaktere mit Leben zu füllen, so dass man
als Leser eine Sympathie für ihre Figuren entwickelt.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Schenni am 9. März 2012
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I LOVED THIS BOOK! I don't know how it is even possible, but I liked it even better than the first two books in the series. Especially "The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie" is one of my all-time-favorites, but "The Many Sins of Lord Cameron" was a whole other level of great historical romance.
It's definitely the best book I read in 2012 and I've read quite a few already.

I'm a fan of Jennifer Ashley's heroines in this series. I wanted Beth as my older sister and would have been happy if Isabella had taken me under wing, like she did with Ian's wife. But I simply adored Ainsley. She's honest, witty and has an open and warm heart. The gentle, but insistent way she helped and coaxed Cameron was heart-warming and emotional.

Then there's Cameron. In the first two books I wasn't too sure about him. I loved Ian and Mac from the beginning, but Cam just seemed too callous and brutish to me.
Now that I've read his story I can understand why. I won't say too much, but just know that he truly suffered in his former marriage.
I'm touched and amazed by his depth of character Jennifer Ashley revealed to us in this installment. One minute I just wanted to take him into my arms and tell him that everything would be alright, while in the next second I found myself grinning at his funny and sexy antics. He's a fabulous hero - gorgeous, strong, but riddled with his own set of doubts and fears. But the thing is, he overcame them with the help of Ainsley and I loved reading about the whole progress.

Like a lot of other readers I enjoyed the lack of unnecessary drama. There were no overdone misunderstandings or any kind of deceptions. Yes, they had issues to overcome, but they did it together, while staying true to themselves.
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Ich habe mit soviel Vorfreude auf diese Buch gewartet und jetzt ist die Heldin nicht nur eine Witwe, sondern auch ein gefallenes Mädchen. Was geschah mit der guten alten Romantik. "Junges Mädchen verliebt sich in Ihren Helden."
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The Many Sins of Lord Cameron 2. August 2011
Von A. Schreiner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Six years ago, Lord Cameron Mackenzie found Ainsley Douglas rooting around his bedroom. Before she left, she was seduced and had secretly taken a necklace which she thought belonged to another woman. Later, Cameron was angry she took the necklace, but more angry that she stopped the seduction. Feeling she would betray her elderly husband, she wouldn't let Cameron have his wicked way with her. For these past six years, Cameron has burned for her. Bitter and angry over his wife's scandalous death many, many years ago, Cameron has had the pleasures of many ladies in his bed. Well known for training race horses, some say he likes them better than he likes women.

In present day, Ainsley's husband has died, and not leaving her much money, she takes a position to be an aide to the Queen. The Queen wrote some letters to an admirer that could get her into much scandal if they become public - and someone has those letters and is blackmailing the Queen. It is Ainsley's job to find the letters, and return them. She just so happens to see a woman put a letter into Lord Cameron's pocket - and that is how Ainsley finds herself rooting around Lord Cameron's bedroom again. And gets caught again.

This time Cameron is not going to let her escape. Not used to women telling him no, he likes the chase that Ainsley provides. He also becomes aware of the blackmail scheme and is determined to help Ainsley whether she wants his help or not.

I adore this series about the four Mackenzie brothers that Jennifer Ashley writes. The Many Sins of Lord Cameron is the third book, and can be read as a stand alone, although you are missing out if you haven't read the first two. The Mackenzie brothers are all wealthy, powerful, MEN. I use caps because they act so male. Always getting what they want, always leaving women drooling in their wake (well, maybe not Ian, but you have to read his book to understand him). Cam is the "dangerous" brother. Having a wife who slashed her own throat when their son was only 6 months old (he is about 18 now), many still accuse Cam of murdering her. But this also makes him very attractive to those women who seek a thrill in bed. Cam is pretty much set upon never marrying again - until he can't keep his mind off of Ainsley. He wants her. And the cute thing is, she wants him just as bad. But she tries her best to be a lady. As Cameron points out:

"You pick locks and sneak into my bedroom, you know the back ways through my ancestral home, you're blatantly searching my bedchamber, and last night you wrestled with me on my bed." He took a deliberate sip of whiskey. "I'd say that makes you not a lady."

I really enjoyed Ainsley. She can see through Cameron's bitter layers, to the hurt way down deep. Plus she is so attracted to his body - hello, he wears a kilt, and we learn, nothing under it. Jennifer Ashley writes very sensual, sexy books and Cameron is definitely a very wicked Mackenzie brother. They play this game where Cameron dares her to unbutton a certain number of buttons from the front of her dress. It becomes quite a naughty game - and it continues throughout the book. And then they are in a dark opera box, and she asks him, how many buttons (referring to his pants) he will undo. Oh so sexy.

On the surface Cameron is your typical broody, alpha male. But, as you read he really has a unique, and devastating past. He was abused by his wife. Horribly, physically abused. This big hulk of a man, desperate to protect his infant son, let horrible things happen to him. And this still affects how he trusts females in present day.

The conflict with the blackmail and the Queen is not my favorite here. I'm not sure why - maybe because Cameron is so powerful, the blackmailer really was no match for him. And Ainsley, after a brief hesitation to accept his help, realizes she needs him to complete this nonsense. I enjoyed Cameron and Ainsley working together to solve this blackmail problem though.

Otherwise, this book is very enjoyable. We see some nice scenes from Lord Ian (still my favorite Mackenzie brother). And Hart is set up for his book next - which I am dying for.

If you love the first two books in this series, you will enjoy this one as well. If you haven't tried these, I definitely recommend.
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Love those mad, bad Mackenzie men! 5. August 2011
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Ainsley Douglas has the most bothersome task of circumventing a blackmail attempt against the Queen of England. An unhappily married ton darling has got it into her pretty, conniving little head to exploit Queen Victoria's private infatuation with her servant, John Brown. Ainsley, being a graduate of the Pringle Select Academy for Young Ladies and a family favourite of the Queen, has been given the mission to retrieve the incriminating love letters from the bothersome blackmailer.

The only problem is that Ainsley's only opportunity to confront the lady is at a house party being thrown by politico, Hart Mackenzie, at his family estate. And Ainsley's one weakness is in attendance - Cameron Mackenzie. Six years ago Ainsley and Cameron had a seductive near-miss where Ainsley nearly found herself committing adultery to be with the smoulderingly handsome middle Mackenzie brother. Six years on and Ainsley is a widower - Cameron is a cavorting Lothario who enjoys losing himself in horses and whiskey.

When these two join forces to curb the blackmailer sparks are reignited. Cameron is himself a widower, survivor of a horrendous marriage that ended in his wife's suicide and him being accused of her murder. The last thing he could ever want is to marry again - but Ainsley Douglas piqued his interest six years ago, and now she's back and more appealing than ever . . .

`The Many Sins of Lord Cameron' is the third book in Jennifer Ashley's deliciously decadent historical romance series; `Highland Pleasures / Mackenzies'.

I fell in love with Ashley's series last year, when I read first book `The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie.' I loved Ashley's blend of unconventional rakes, family saga and seductive romantic entanglements . . . I was somewhat deflated by second book `Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage.' But I am well and truly enamoured of the Mackenzie men, and settled into this series for the long haul. Still, I was rather delighted to read that Cameron's book brings the series back to romantic brilliance.

Cameron piqued my interest back in Ian's book, when it was revealed that his wife met an untimely death that left Cameron's reputation in tatters and the relationship with his son somewhat strained. Middle child he may be, but Cameron's mysterious past, shrouded in tragedy and London gossip, had me very much intrigued. Still, I was unprepared for the devastating lengths Jennifer Ashley would go to with Cameron's past. We learn about his `mad' wife, Elizabeth, who was older than Cameron when they married and remained hell-bent on using him for his money while carrying on her hedonistic lifestyle. Elizabeth was truly heinous - a self-destructive, bitter and egotistical lecher. She scarred Cameron and left him a shell of a man. His only saving grace was their son, Daniel, whom Cameron protected against his wife's callousness. Honestly, when you read what Cameron went through in his first marriage you will alternate between disgust and outright sympathy.

So when Cameron runs into Ainsley Douglas, six years after their first seductive almost-encounter, he is attracted and intrigued . . . but in no way likely to start a relationship. Which is fine by Ainsley - she is a working widow, dependent upon the Queen's paycheque and her brother's kindness. Ainsley doesn't expect a Mackenzie Lord to be serious about her - not to mention she has her own war wounds from ruined relationships.

It's only through undeniable attraction (and Daniel Mackenzie's match-making) that these two form an unlikely but undeniable bond. I loved reading them together, because it's a matter of opposites attracting. Despite her station in life, Ainsley is upbeat and cheerful - always looking on the bright side and willing to give a helping hand to those she loves. Cameron, by contrast, is pessimistic and solitary; a veritable curmudgeon except where his horses and his close-knit family are concerned. They bring out the best in each other, and work at tearing down each other's walls and defeating the other's demons.

I did love Cameron - it's impossible not to, when this big strong and handsome man has such a tender touch despite a dark past. Still, my favourite Mackenzie man remains Hart Mackenzie - the oldest brother and hardest nut to crack. Hart is a politician and widower, whose frail wife died in childbirth years ago. Hart was rumoured to host orgies in his youth, before politics became his world. But even before all that, Hart was the first Mackenzie to fall in love - and get his heart broken. He was engaged to Eleanor, but she broke off the engagement (for reasons unknown, but hinted at) and Hart has never been the same since.

I love Hart. What can I say? I like them tall, dark and unyielding. And I especially loved him in this book, because we get to meet his `one that got away'. Eleanor is a most interesting woman, with wise words to share with her friend about those pesky and delicious Mackenzie men.

I'm just perturbed that I'll have to wait for Hart's book, `The Duke's Perfect Wife', until April 2012. Bother and damnation! But my ire was somewhat lessened when I discovered that Ms Ashley has two more books planned after Hart's instalment. In 2013 we'll get `The Seduction of Elliott McBride' - not a Mackenzie, but Ainsley's brother who has an interesting story to tell. And in October 2013 we'll be treated to `The Life and Love of Daniel Mackenzie' - which I am *THRILLED* about because Daniel proved himself a lovable and ramshackle young man in `Many Sins', and I am eager to read his transformation into a mad Mackenzie man!

Jennifer Ashley has well and truly suckered me into the Mackenzie family. I love these men; with their brutish facades, tragic pasts and tender hearts. Lord Cameron is another brilliant protagonist, paired with an equally infectious heroine. Ashley's `Highland Pleasures' series keeps getting better and better - but I predict she will hit her stride with the beautiful and cold, Hart Mackenzie. Hurry up 2012!
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Never comes together 18. August 2011
Von E. A. Montgomery - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In concept, this was a great book. In execution it missed for me. Cameron's dead wife isn't just abusive, she is psychotically abusive. Where a more realistic portrait of a man who has suffered abuse would work, Ashley decides to take it over the top and then keep going. His ex wife is a sadist, suicidal, murderous, so unhinged that it defies explanation. The reader is unable to engage with Cameron. Ainsley is more likable as a loyal and pragmatic women with a healthy attraction to this damaged man. There is simply too much of everything in The Many Sins of Lord Cameron. His best friend borders on Magical Romney, with the requisite who saved whose life backstory. In Ainsley the author tries to have it both ways. Ainsley must instantly answer the queen and obey her utterly, yet Ainsley can also run off without permission to marry and physically touch the queen after being dismissed from her court. Everything is black and white. The rival horse owner isn't misguided, he is callous and bigoted, including a refusal to make a profit if it means doing business with a Scotsman. The elements of character have all been turned up to eleven, making it impossible to ignore their clamor. This is not a bad book, but it is one I struggled to finish.
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Implausible and weak 10. Januar 2015
Von Theresa Brandt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Jennifer Ashley's Mackenzie series follows the lives of four brothers who, after being thoroughly abused both physically and emotionally at the hands of their father, find redemption and hope for a happier life in the arms of four good women who are strong enough to help them through their respective troubles. The first in the series was about the youngest brother, Ian Mackenzie who was institutionalized for 'madness' by his father to keep his silence over what he witnessed as young boy. Lord Ian's book, while hard to read at times, is excellent. The second in the series follows Mac Mackenzie, a gifted painter who suffered at his father's hands because he thought that his interest in art made him an 'unnatural.' Although it follows the plot pattern of the first book with little more than a change of names, it is also quite good.

This book brings us to Lord Cameron, who in the previous two books is a secondary character but who is deemed by his brothers to be the toughest among the four. He is slightly bigger than his brothers, is described as physically the toughest, and is a horse trainer which is itself, a physically demanding profession. All of that would seem to indicate that he wouldn't have too much trouble defending himself from the physical assaults of a small, petite woman, specifically his first wife.

In the two previous books and the 4th book about the oldest brother, Hart Mackenzie (I read this book out of order), the abuse has come at the hands of their father. The descriptions of that abuse is horrific and produced a fair amount of angst for this reader. In Cameron's story, the abuse comes at the hands of his first wife, sometimes with his permission. The espoused reason is that he his trying to protect his infant son or acting out of some romantic notion that his patience might be rewarded with a more reasonable wife, but for me it just didn't wash. Cam's abuse at the hands of his wife is pretty terrible and it is hard for me to believe that he couldn't find some alternative way to protect his son, let alone himself. It all just felt unreasonably contrived.

Bottom line: I like angst in a romantic novel, but I like it to be plausible. This was not and as a result, I judge Lord Cameron's book to be the weakest of the bunch.
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Maybe my expectations were a bit too high?! 15. November 2011
Von Mariya M Davis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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THE MANY SINS OF LORD CAMERON was not quite what I was expecting, but it was still an enjoyable read. I enjoyed it, yes. But I felt maybe my expectations were a bit too high.

Cameron and Ian are similar in a way that they both are tortured heroes and have a bad past. Cameron was married to Lady Elizabeth and she was the worse wife in existence. Elizabeth never respected Cam at all. Before and after they got married she would sleep around with different men and you might want to close you eyes for this next part (view spoiler) Lady Elizabeth sickens me to no end. What kind of woman would do such a thing. She deserved to die and I think she should've suffered much more.

Our heroine of the story, Ainsley is able to save Cameron bit by bit and she becomes his light. Cam hates the idea of marriage, of having a wife, but not with Ainsely. She is so different from all the woman he has slept with because she cares! Ainsley cares for Cam. She doesn't care for his money like the rest of the lot do, but loves Cam for Cam and means so much to him.

To be honest, there were quite a few things that bothered me in this book. For one, it took some times to warm up to Ainsley. I have gone back and forth on her until the end of the book. Ainsley is the queens lady in waiting and she also had quite a bad past as well, but it really felt like when she was falling in love with Cam and she knew that she loved this man and when the queen came calling she packed up her stuff and just left.

I am just sicked by her obsession with the queen. She has pointed out the reason she stays is because it is a good job, good money. But what the hell, what about Cam, he has enough money to take care you you and you both love each other. I understand this past she had about not wanting to be a disappointment to her family, but family always wants their loved ones to be happy and I was annoyed she didn't figure that out until the end of the book. I guess I was really annoyed with her decision making.

Cam was Cam. Six years ago he found Ainsley in his rooms, and she is his little thief. He fell for her and she is the reason he is able to heal. He can't share a room with anybody and because of his late wife, Lady Elizabeth made his life complete hell, but Ainsley is able to make everything better. Cam's son, Daniel I honestly could not stand in this book. Everytime he spoke he sounded like such a smart ass and I didn't like it. I understand his upbringing, but I don't know, I really didn't like him.

Now onto the better things in life. The oldest Mackenzie brother and Duke, Hart's book is next and we meet his love interest in THE MANY SINS OF LORD CAMERON. Yes! I absolutely love Eleanor. She was there to give Ainsley a little bit of advice about her choice to run away with Cameron, and we do get a few glimpses of her talking about Hart and an actual scene with Hart and I love her! I can't wait to read about they're book next. It sounds like I am really going to love this woman! I already do!

All in all, not my favorite book in the series. Of course Ian's book still takes the gold. But THE MANY SINS OF LORD CAMERON takes second for now. Hopefully Hart's book will change that. It was a good read but I wasn't as absorbed in it as I was with Ian's book. I still love this series and can't wait to read more Highlander Pleasure books!
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