The Bachelor Bargain

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Publisher Description

Bachelors, beware. For those who keep secrets and prey on the innocent, you will be exposed. And all your dirty little secrets laid bare to one and all…

Lady Olivia Haliford has had enough. Tired of seeing women lose their reputations, futures, and sometimes even their lives to scandal while the men walk free, she is ready to take back power and stand up for women everywhere. Along with her two closest friends, she’s creating an anonymous publication dedicated to dishing the dirt and exposing the secrets of society’s most eligible bachelors. But it means making a deal with the devil...

The Bastard of Baker Street is feared throughout London as the city’s most notorious gambling den owner and undisputed king of the underground. But while Sebastian Colver’s life is filled with darkness and danger, he’s shocked that the petite Lady Olivia seems anything but frightened of him. And he’ll agree to be a silent partner in the publishing of the Gazette—for a price.

Exposing the secrets of the rich and powerful is dangerous. But not nearly as dangerous as the consequences when a lady falls in love with the king of the underground...

Each book in the Secrets, Scandals, and Spies series is STANDALONE:
* The Bachelor Bargain
* The Bachelor Betrayal

May 17
Entangled Publishing, LLC

Customer Reviews

Eitel19 ,

This was a exciting story. I can’t buy all your books because of budget. Thank you for the story.

Sabastan and Olivia fell in love at first sight.

Rinsky13 ,

Totally loved!!!

I loved loved this. I love historical romances, and this one just completely captivated me. There was suspense and intrigue, a dastardly King of the Rookeries & an extremely inquisitive Lady. It was so much fun and so thrilling as they went through these jaunts together. And I loved the chemistry between them. This is a must read!! I’ve never read this author before this, but I cannot wait to read more!!

Jnelle87 ,

Not much of a bastard

Having mixed feelings about this one. There was so much potential that got lost in this long long book. The villain was the best written character, but didn’t take up half the book. And there was never any descriptions of where and when things took place. The main H and h were a bit juvenile and written with very modern thinking. The H was suppose to be some sort of menacing, tough, street thug who created an empire; yet he says darn as a cuss word and is written from a high school boys perspective. Nearly the whole book his dastardly deeds are spoken of in the past tense and it mentions he is in a fight and kills ppl, but literally no action is actually written about it. And the last 200 pages were cliche and cheesy. Feel like with better research and more writing experience this author could really take off.

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