The Wicked Bargain

The Wicked Bargain

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by Gina Danna
     
 
London 1816

Haunted by a past as a sex slave, nobleman Ethan Warth returns to England as a male courtesan for rich matrons and runs a brothel for wealthy lords. Arabella Covington appears on his doorstep, trained in the medical arts but unable to practice because of her gender. He hires her to care for his ladies, but her inquisitive nature and beauty make

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London 1816

Haunted by a past as a sex slave, nobleman Ethan Warth returns to England as a male courtesan for rich matrons and runs a brothel for wealthy lords. Arabella Covington appears on his doorstep, trained in the medical arts but unable to practice because of her gender. He hires her to care for his ladies, but her inquisitive nature and beauty make him desire to teach her the world of seduction.

Ethan, however, never counted on falling in love.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940150838321
Publisher:
To The Bitter End Publishing
Publication date:
09/29/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
497,032
File size:
284 KB

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The Wicked Bargain 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MoRWAReviewsSTL More than 1 year ago
The Wicked Bargain is not your typical Regency period romance, not when it's set in a brothel in London.  Ethan Warth, the Marquis of Blackmore is a male courtesan for the wealthy nobility in 1816. The man is highly skilled in the art of pleasuring a woman.  Miss Danna delves into the psyche of the man who decides to sell himself to pay off his debts.   Arabella Covington is a skilled in the healing arts, however in 1816, who would hire a woman as a doctor?  An act of desperation brings her to Ethan's establishment.  She proves her talents in helping one of the ladies.  Arabella is a naive country girl.   I could not put this book down.  It kept me intrigued and wanting to read more. If you are expecting a Jane Austen Regency, this is not the book for you. If you like spice and hot hunky men this book is right up your alley.  I like that Miss Danna had in-depth characters, lead as well as secondary. I cared about what happened to them.  I loved it when Elizabeth, one of the courtesans, pointed out obvious facts.  The history and healing methods were spot on.  I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I look forward to her next release.