Courting Scandal

Courting Scandal

by Jaima Fixsen
Courting Scandal

Courting Scandal

by Jaima Fixsen



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Jasper Rushford doesn’t want drama—when visiting a sister who’s about to give birth, the more placid the event, the better. But when he recognizes the doctor’s mousy sister as the darling of London’s stage, theatrics are inevitable.

Laura Edwards took to the stage to support her brother’s medical career. Now he’s established he wants her to turn respectable, landing her in the country, hiding in plain sight from one of her biggest admirers. And her alter ego, celebrated actress Gemma Holyrood, would be having so much more fun…

Caught in the English countryside amidst Jasper’s dazzling and dizzyingly complicated family, it’s no place to let Laura’s secret come out.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152394146
Publisher: Jaima Fixsen
Publication date: 11/01/2015
Series: Fairchild Regency Romance
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 768,553
File size: 483 KB

About the Author

I was born in Alberta, Canada, and I’ve lived here ever since. I attended the University of Alberta, choosing a ‘practical’ degree in health sciences, and married my husband, Jeff, along the way, just after my twentieth birthday. At thirty I had three busy children and one busy husband. I decided it was time to take a break from my common sense career. Since I was chucking practicality anyways, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to write fiction. I’ve counted fictional characters among my best friends since my mother gave me Pierre Berton’s The Secret World of Og for my sixth birthday, but this was the first time I let myself invent my own characters and take them past the first few chapters. If I had known writing would be this addictive, I might have shied away. I do love it. So far, I’ve only written historical fiction, but I grew up devouring mysteries and someday might try my hand at one of those. The biggest downside I’ve found to writing is that I have less time to spend immersed in my favorite books. I'll read anything by Eva Ibbotson and Georgette Heyer, I love history (especially the history of science) and I've recently discovered Dorothy Dunnett. Don't try attempting the Lymond Chronicles without the published guide!

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