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Publisher Description

Get carried away in the final two novellas of the Ladies and Scoundrels series. These previous released, bestselling romances of love, loss, and redemption will keep you enthralled and leave you satisfied.

Scandalous Wallflower

A wallflower by nature, Jane long ago accepted she would become a spinster. Perhaps such a fate was for the best. After all she'd witnessed firsthand how miserable marriage could make a lady.

After Caleb Wesley, The Earl of Keery, failed to protect the one person who'd counted on him, he embraced his role of blackguard. He holds his vices close-light skirts, gambling, and liquor-and has no intention of giving them up. 

Two people brought together through an unwanted circumstance discover something neither one believed they'd ever have. Can they let go of their old hurts and beliefs long enough to embrace the gift fate bestowed upon them?

Scandalous Liaison

In her youth, Grace Stratton, the Duchess of Abernathy, gave her heart to Lewis Duffield, an American plantation owner. Family duty tore them apart as she was required to wed another man. After years of being widowed, Grace finds herself alone with Lewis and their old flames rekindle, but can they recapture the all consuming love they once shared?

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
April 8
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
138
Pages
PUBLISHER
Brook Ridge Press
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
759.6
KB

Customer Reviews

LisanneH ,

A duchess and a wallflower

I really enjoyed Grace’s story, Scandalous Liason. As a young debutante, she was in love with Lewis Duffield. But her father signed contracts and she choose to marry a duke instead.

Now, two decades later, will she get a second chance with Lewis?
When her carriage breaks down, he shares his to get them to the christening on time.

I really liked that they were older and both have lived their lives.

Second novella was a wallflower, but the duchess’ story was outstanding.
Recommend.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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