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MY LORD SCANDAL
by Emma Wildes

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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Wicked and wild, deliciously sensual, with a hint of Romeo and Juliet, Wildes’ latest is a delight. The talented author uses just enough poignancy, drama and wit to entice readers from the first page to the last, hooking them on book one of the Notorious Bachelor series.

At his grandmother’s request, Alexander St. James is searching for a missing family heirloom when he steals into Lady Amelia Patton’s room. At her father’s command Amelia has come to London to find a husband; instead she finds her family’s enemy sneaking around her bedroom.

Alexander is stunned by his immediate response to the stunningly beautiful Amelia, just as she is captivated by him. Though each knows of the old family feud they cannot ignore their passion and Alexander decides to seduce Amelia, no matter the risks. But scandal stalks them as each receives letters resurrecting the original scandalous relationship between their families. Someone is pushing them together to uncover the truth, but who and why? (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Sep., 325 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: SIGNET ECLIPSE

Published: September 2010

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