Sophia Baneham holds gambling parties for some of the most dangerous men in London. No one knows the true reason she does this, not even her two best friends. Accepting a wager from one man who has ever gotten under her skin, she soon finds herself married again. She didn't know that her marriage would turn her life upside down.
Lord Randolph made a promise to his mentor, protect his daughter at all costs. I don't think that marriage to Sophia was what her father had in mind, but from the moment he set eyes on her, didn't did have any other option. When Sophia finds out the truth about Randolph's relationship with her father, she runs off with no clues to her whereabouts.
Can Randolph find Sophia and protect her as much from herself as the enemy? Can there marriage ever be more than in name only?
Loved, loved, loved this story!! It is hard to believe that this is only the second book that LaCapra has written. It takes most authors many years to find their "voice". LaCapra hit it out of the park from the gate.
In Lady Vice, Sophia seems to have it all together. But we soon learn that she is very good at hiding what is really going on in her life. She runs because she doesn't know who she can trust. She feels like Randolph has completely blindsided her with his revelation about who he is. I really enjoyed watching how Randolph gained Sophia's trust and seeing their love for one another grow.