Madelynne Ellis delivers the heat in the fourth book in the Scandalous Seductions series, as rakehell Giles Dovecote and the deliciously wicked red-haired Darleston twins attend to needs of a damsel in distress.
Fortuna Allenthorpe is at her wits end. Her family have engaged her to odious Sir Hector, a man she despises beyond measure. Convinced that the destruction of her reputation will free her, Fortuna flees into the night with infamous scoundrel, Giles Dovecote and his debauched friends the Darleston twins. Too bad, then, that her betrothed is more interested in her impressive inheritance than her errant virtue. What's more, he's prepared to destroy her family to ensure he gets it.
A vocal advocate of free love, Giles isn't looking for a wife. Past mistakes weigh heavily on his conscience, but Fortuna makes him want things he considers off limits. As the stakes mount, how long can he hold fast to his principles, if they mean surrendering the woman he loves to a hellish match?
Three Times the Scandal is a scorching historical romp through the Regency underbelly involving arson, molly houses and grave robbery, and includes M/F, M/M and M/M/F/M interactions. Readers are advised to ensure a cold drink is on hand to avoid overheating.
Don't miss any of the enthralling Scandalous Seductions series:
A GENTLEMAN'S WAGER | INDISCRETIONS | PHANTASMAGORIA | THREE TIMES THE SCANDAL | HER HUSBAND'S LOVER | THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST | THE SERPENT'S KISS
And look out for the equally enticing Forbidden Loves series by Madelynne Ellis:
THE KISSING BOUGH | PURE FOLLY
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Sorry but this storyline frustrated me something fierce!
The male lead Giles, I understood where the author was going with her plot, but honestly it was far too long winded and drawn out. I wanted to drop him on his head in the hope he saw sense.
The lady's father needed a proper trouncing by the thugs. What a poor excuse for a role model. Ugh!!! Can I puke now.... Get me a bucket! Okay, it probably was what went on back in that era, but to me the story had so much promise but lacked in the delivery thereof...... Could have been executed better. BTW. Dying is the correct spelling not dieing, a few grammatical errors therein