Moonlight Scandals by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Hi Everyone!  It’s Becky.  I’m a big fan Jennifer L. Armentrout and have enjoyed her de Vincent Series.  Here is our review for the second book in the series:

I was eagerly awaiting the third and final book in the series and I was not disappointed.

43721919.jpgTitle: Moonlight Scandals
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Note: I listened to the audio book.

Summary: Devlin de Vincent is the eldest brother of the scandalous de Vincent family.  He has spent his entire adult life trying to clean up the family’s dark past and he has devoted himself to saving his family’s legacy.  But when Devlin meet Rosie Herpin his world begins to change as he spends time with the amateur ghost hunter.  Can Devlin let go of his past and find a future with Rosie or is he too haunted to find happiness?

What’s Good:  Armentrout is a master at creating a perfect setting and mood.  She perfectly illustrates the spookiness and tradition of New Orleans.  Also, Armentrout always writes just great female leads.  Her characters are strong and smart and perfectly sassy and Rosie was no different.  Plus, the de Vincent brothers are just broody and perfect and I would love to read more about Lucien and Gabe.

What’s Not So Good: As much as I enjoy reading about the de Vincents and their loves, I have to admit that Devlin and Rosie were my least favorite pairing in the series.  Also, this series was filled with so much mystery and suspense that I found the final resolution to be a little disappointing.

Bottom Line: This book is perfect for fans of Armentrout who are looking for a little bit a the paranormal with their romance.

Final Rating: 3 out of 5

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