Scandalous Scoundrels

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Rakes, Rogues, and Scoundrels, oh my! Seven tantalizing stories that will leave you breathless for more…

The Incorrigible Mr. Lumley by Aileen Fish: Stubborn, hard-headed, and single-minded David Lumley uses all his charms to seduce Lady Joanna Hurst with less than noble intentions

Lord Lucifer’s Disciple by Sue London: John Howards is very much ~not~ a scoundrel. Until he dons a black leather mask for his cousin's ball!

Lily in Bloom by Tammy Andresen: Lily Carter must marry to save her family, but dark and dangerous rumors swirl about the only man she has ever wanted.

A Hidden Ruby by Dawn Brower: A duke uses his roguish charm to woo and win, a second time, the woman he loves—the wife he’d believed dead.

Rules for Reforming a Rake by Meara Platt: When innocent Daisy finds herself falling in love with London's most disreputable rakehell, what's she to do but reform him?

Pretty Poison by Lynne Barron: What’s an American heiress to do when a scandal sends her sailing into the arms of a fortune-hunting Englishman?

Book Info

  • Original Title:Scandalous Scoundrels
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.04 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B01HFI6SVO
  • Publisher:Published June 21st 2016

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Chapter One

 

 

April, 1810

Newmarket, Sussex, England

 

The air held a hint of excitement and promise of a fresh beginning. For David Lumley, the new year began in spring. Not with the first foal in the family stable, but with the Craven Race Meeting in Newmarket, the first official meeting of the year. This was going to be a grand year for Triton, he could feel it. Fernleigh Stud would be the name on everyone’s lips again.

The crowd at the racecourse was as large as David expected. He surveyed the grounds from his position near the judging station. The social Season in London had yet to begin, so the wives of the horse owners were all in attendance at the Craven. From the way they all leaned close to each other and whispered in the coffee house, they were eager to discover the latest on dits. David was always astounded when he overheard how much went on in the homes of the...

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