One Night of Scandal
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One Night of Scandal

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by Nicola Cornick
     
 

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Deborah Stratton is a respectable widow--or so the inhabitants of the Midwinter villages believe. But she hides a secret that means she'll never marry again....

Lord Richard Kestrel is London's most notorious rake, a dangerous man to be around, a man who has already shockingly offered to make Deborah his mistress. Now Richard has come to realize it is

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Deborah Stratton is a respectable widow--or so the inhabitants of the Midwinter villages believe. But she hides a secret that means she'll never marry again....

Lord Richard Kestrel is London's most notorious rake, a dangerous man to be around, a man who has already shockingly offered to make Deborah his mistress. Now Richard has come to realize it is Deborah's hand in marriage he wants--but not before they share one night of scandal....

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426836947
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
05/01/2009
Series:
Bluestocking Brides , #2
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
459,336
File size:
746 KB

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Meet the Author

International bestselling author Nicola Cornick writes historical romance for HQN Books and time slip romance for MIRA UK. She became fascinated with history when she was a child, and spent hours poring over historical novels and watching costume drama. She studied history at university and wrote her master’s thesis on heroes. Nicola also acts as a historical advisor for television and radio. In her spare time she works as a guide in a 17th century mansion.

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One Night of Scandal 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The second book of the trilogy was only slightly less plodding than the first. I think the author must have written the trilogy consecutively without the benefit of feedback. Here's hoping the last book departs from the constant, repetitious introspection by the characters as in the first two...(yawn)