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She was never allowed to experience blossoms for the man beneath the clothAlthough Benedict offers to be her new and anonymous patron he denies himself the temptation of claiming her body in exchange But desire may prove to be stronger than resilience and the salvation he believes he had long ago lost may be closer than he realiz. This is hands down one of the best romance novels I ve ever read The dynamic between a courtesan and a priest is very interesting and complicated There are so many ways it could go wrong as in the case of A Notorious Countess Confesses where the hero was a hypocritical sanctimonious man who constantly judged and criticised the heroine for being a courtesan even though he himself had slept with countless other women in the past I wanted to see if there was someone else who could do this differently and Regina Eden gave me exactly what I wanted Throughout the book Benedict had never once judged Catalina about her profession He recognised her a human being just like him at a time when prostitutes were treated worse than dirt I really wanted to read from his perspective the conflict between his faith and his growing feelings for Catalina would have been very interesting to read The author did a very good job of examining the hypocrisy and the blatant double standards that were rampant during the early modern era And I loved how she made the hero rise above it when so many authors write misogynisticabusive heroes and say the hero is not at fault because his beliefs mirrored those in in his times As for Catalina while I was sympathetic to her character I had a hard time liking her in the first half when she set out to seduce Benedict simply to prove that he wasn t above passion But I liked her a lot once she gave up on the seduction and started to show other facets of her personality My only complaint is that the book is far too short The last uarter felt very rushed especially Catalina s time in prison or the fight between her and Benedict The ending too was very abrupt and a bit unbelievable Would the court really let a prostitute accused of murder and priest they deemed a heteric off so easily I would have loved to read an epilogue to explain things further and give polished ending But well even with all that I loved the setting the uniue and well written characters and the sex scenes were pretty hot lol so this is a five start read for me P

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TThe former pupil of a Grand Inuisitor Roman Catholic Priest Father Benedict Mortimer is a man haunted by the horrifying sins of his past and the same kindhearted priest whom Catalina found refuge in when she escaped an abusive benefactor As their unlikely friendship forms Catalina’s aim for seduction begins to fade and the love. I don t normally read historicals with the exception of Diana Gabaldon but I had to read this because I love forbidden romance I was a little nervous that the writing would be complex or boring but this book didn t bore me at all The writing is really beautiful and almost poetic sometimes The story is about Benedict a tormented priestAnd Catalina a courtesan with a heart of goldsuch an odd pairing but it worked so perfectly Benedict I loved him A former rake he joins the priesthood hoping to change his ways but instead becomes and lost when an inuisitor makes him his pupil view spoiler he doesn t last long before he kills the inuistor hide spoiler

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Paris 1663 Mentored in the enchanting world of the courtesans beautiful intelligent and outspoken Catalina Cosme has her pick of any man the city offers But no man has ever captured her interestuntil she lays eyes on Father Benedict Mortimer Determined to prove that even holy men can fall Benedict becomes her greatest challenge ye. 45 stars for this gemThis is the second book i ve read involving a priest as the MC and i absolutely loved it Forbidden love draws this reader in I ll admit i almost stopped reading during Catalina and Guy interaction i just could not stomach it After that i enjoyed every second of it I had hoped we would have of Benedict s POV but that didn t deter the book from being awesome either way

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  • 05 June 2019
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About the Author: Regina Eden

Pseudonym of author Regina Madrigal The Last Confession has been republished under author name Regina Madrigal and is now available for reuest on NegalleyhttpswwwnetgalleycomcatalogbooHttpswwwwattpadcomuserParamourhttpswwwsmashwordscomprofileviIf you would like to connect with me in spirithttpsmyoutubecomwatchv1RJA0A1



10 thoughts on “The Last Confession

  1. says:

    It was a memoir about the priest's life as a libertine and how he out of some kind of divine inspiration decided to find God Now he was a hopeless reformer heaping condemnation on others who lived the same depraved hedonistic lifestyle that he had once headily partook in I so wanted to love this book than I did The premise of a priest formerly a libertine falling in love with a courtesan? Sign me up for this forbidden

  2. says:

    5 heart of gold Hero Stars Why would God have made man with hearts if not to love? Senses if not to feel? To be touched? To be kissed” He leaned his face into Catalina’s rich auburn locks “To experience the most intimate secrets of one s

  3. says:

    45 stars for this gemThis is the second book i've read involving a priest as the MC and i absolutely loved it Forbidden love draws this reader in I'll admit i almost stopped reading during Catalina and Guy interaction i just could not stomach it After that i enjoyed every second of it I had hoped we would have of Benedict's POV but that didn't deter the book from being awesome either way

  4. says:

    I was uite taken with this book I enjoyed it tremendously

  5. says:

    I don’t normally read historicals with the exception of Diana Gabaldon but I had to read this because I love forbidden romance I was a little nervous that the writing would be complex or boring but this book didn’t bore me at all The writing is really beautiful and almost poetic sometimes The story is about

  6. says:

    Regina Eden's The Last Confession is a very entertaining book I’m not typically a reader of romance but by the end I was uite attached to the

  7. says:

    This is hands down one of the best romance novels I've ever read The dynamic between a courtesan and a priest is very interesting and complicated There are so many ways it could go wrong as in the case of A Notorious Countess Confesses where the hero was a hypocritical sanctimonious man who constantly judged and criticised the heroine for being a courtesan even though he himself had slept with countless other women in the past I

  8. says:

    OMG did I love it What a beautiful love story You can feel the love and passion between them I think this is what every woman dreams o

  9. says:

    A courtesan and a priest A story about religion and morality When does love cross the line? My mother used to say

  10. says:

    I absolutely loved this bookIt's been so long since I have read a period romance I admitted to the author that I loved it so much I would run with my iPad avoiding my kids so I could sneakily read chapters in seclusionThis book was so well written it made me admit to my husband that maybe I should not in fact carry on with a writing career myselfThe way it was written often reminded me of my favourite author

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