*ARC provided by Forever via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Ana's story is the one I anticipated the most in the Hellions of High Street series because I loved how she was able to hide her musings and skill so artfully. However, Sinfully Yours was a bit of a disappointment because it felt too fluffy. Davenport sounded like such a rake, but he turned out to be this good sort after all. He wasn't even irritating at all. Also, he was called as "The Devil" but their love scenes were tame.
The conspiracy, which could have been a major feature of the book, was only carried out once, and even then it didn't feel as grave as I thought it would be. I think it's a pity, because Sinfully Yours was pretty long and could have featured more 'accidents' that would really put Ana and Devlin on guard.
What I did like about the story is Ana herself. She was smart and witty, and I liked the research she kept doing for her novels. I liked that their late father was so open minded and encouraged intellectual pursuits.
Sinfully Yours also featured Caro and Alec too much, that I'm not looking forward very much to the third book, Passionately Yours, anymore. However, I think I'll still read it because I want to finish the series. Note: The books can be read as a standalone.