A Lady's Lesson in Scandal

A Lady's Lesson in Scandal

Book - 2011
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When a case of mistaken identity leads to a marriage of convenience, which helps her escape the slums and right a grave injustice, Nell Whitby, with the help of notorious rake Simon St. Maur, is transformed into a lady.
Publisher: New York : Pocket Star Books, 2011.
Edition: 1st Pocket Star Books pbk. ed.
ISBN: 9781451606935
1451606931
Branch Call Number: FICTION Duran Meredith 08/2011
Characteristics: 385 p. ;,17 cm.

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enderwigginout
Jan 26, 2013

This one was so bad I couldn't even get more than 30-40 pages into it.

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roxxieroller
Jan 26, 2013

IN GRITTY, WORKING-CLASS LONDON, SHE DOES WHAT SHE MUST TO SURVIVE.....

When Nell Whitby breaks into an earl's house on a midnight quest for revenge, she finds her pistol pointed at the wrong man - one handsome as sin and naked as the day he was born. Pity he's a lunatic. He thinks her a missing heiress, but more to the point, he'll help her escape the slums and right a grave injustice. Not a bad bargain. All she has to do is marry him.

A NOTORIOUS LADIES' MAN COULD TAKE HER FROM POVERTY TO OPULENCE..BUT AT WHAT PRICE...

A rake of the first order, Simon St. Maur spent his restless youth burning every bridge he crossed. When he inherits an earldom with out a single penny attached to it, he sees a chance to start over - provided he can find an heiress to fund his efforts. But his wicked reputation means courtship will be difficult - until fate sends him the most notorious missing heiress in history. All he needs now is to make her into a lady and keep himself from making the only mistake that could ruin everything - falling in love..

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