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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A beautifu relationship drama

    Because of his heroic daring exploits, almost all Englishmen regardless of social status hold Lord Hawksmoor in high esteem. Since he is one thin ice step from scandalous poverty, Benjamin uses his legendary reputation enhanced by his charm to live like wealthy quality amidst the Ton who marvels at his risk taking escapades.-------------- In 1814 wealthy Lady Catherine Fenton has decided to never marry as her fiancé is a reprobate chasing any female he sees. However, upon meeting Ben, she feels an instant attraction to him he reciprocates. However she hears the rumors that big Ben is cynical rake needing money. Catherine believes he loves her like she does him, but trust is the issue between them as someone takes advantage of their doubts with the objective being to take taking control of the heiress¿ wealth.-------------------- On the surface, LORD OF SCANDAL is a by the numbers Regency romance starring a rakish aristocrat and an innocent lady who takes him to task when he takes inane chances. However, the changing relationship between the lead pair makes for an entertaining early nineteenth century gender war between Ben and Catherine who surprises him as this seemingly soft kitten has claws. Sub-genre readers will enjoy reading Ben¿s most courageous risk taking adventure of all offering his heart to his beloved while not knowing how she will react.-------- Harriet Klausner

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