Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake
by Sarah MacLean
I read for Vaginal Fantasy Hangout book club.
What I liked most about Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake, other than the fun title, is Calpurnia (Callie). Callie is witty, intelligent, and while she has self-esteem issues she is still strong. When she realizes that she has only done what she was expected and told to do she decides to make a list of things she wants to do and experience before she is permanently put on the shelf of spinsterhood.
On her adventure to find herself and live life she catches the notice of Ralston, the man she has desired for 10 years. Callie and Ralston's scenes are quite steamy and fun.
The whole story is just fun and delightful. I enjoyed all the characters. There are two other books in this series about Ralston's twin brother Nick, and his sister Juliana. I wish there was a book about Callie's brother, Benedick. I will check out the next book.