I read most of Tempted All Night by Liz Carlyle on a rainy day over winter break. It's a historical romance (as you can guess by the cover) taking place in the late Regency. Russian spies, a secret bordello catering to the elite, a dark secret in the protagonist's past, and just a tad of bondage. Oh yes. The novel had a few of those defects common to the historical romance genre, but they didn't spoil the overall enjoyment of the book. Plus, what is more fun than curling up with a novel in my armchair Leopold, listening to the sound of the rain, and after a few hours going out to take some air with my umbrella, pretending I'm a Regency lady surveying the grounds in a gown of sprigged muslin?