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Publisher Description

A proper young widow. A reformed rake. Let the game of love begin.

"WOW. Simply, wow. That is the only word I can use to describe this masterpiece." (Romance Novel TV)

Most women fall at the feet of the scandalous Earl of Banallt, but not Sophie Mercer Evans. The young wife of a fellow libertine is unconventional, brilliant, and not the least bit interested in the earl's advances. Sophie refuses to be seduced, and soon Banallt wants her more than ever.

Years later, unrequited love has changed Banallt and the widowed Sophie is free of her scoundrel of a husband. When he makes a declaration of love, the heartbroken Sophie can't help but deny him.

As her life begins to fall apart, only Banallt stands by her. Can she keep herself from giving into a passionate affair with a rake who can't be trusted?

Scandal is a Regency romance novel featuring a complex and dysfunctional pair. If you like intense passion, deep emotions, and unpredictable plots, then you'll love Carolyn Jewel's pulse-pounding and wonderfully-written tale of love.

Buy Scandal today to see if an imperfect couple can find true happiness.

May 31
Carolyn Jewel, Author
Carolyn Jewel

Customer Reviews

GirlzRule17 ,


Awesome story! loved it!!❤️

ajerzeygirl123 ,


i love this author and her style of writing / storytelling. a lovely story.

SpeedracerG ,

Mismatched love affair!

First, I love romance novels ever since 5th grade, which consisted of old "Sweet Valley High" books that belonged to my older sister and cousins. But, this magnificent story of Sophie and Banallt is truly the plot I admire the most because I can identify with Sophie being a realist; doing what she needs to survive and falling in love with the wrong man at a young age. Also, identifying with Banallt a reformed wild child who started of being selfish, conceited, and being honest about it but realizing he could change even if the world around him didn't. From both I love how the obstacles made them stronger together. I love how you set up the book and even the comparison between past & present. This is well written and if there were errors, I cannot remember where!

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