Lady Priscilla's Shameful Secret (Harlequin Historical Series #1089)

Lady Priscilla's Shameful Secret (Harlequin Historical Series #1089)

by Christine Merrill
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Lady Priscilla's Shameful Secret (Harlequin Historical Series #1089) by Christine Merrill

Outspoken Lady Priscilla is the only woman in London brave enough not to simper at Robert Magson. As the Duke of Reighland, he needs a wife and this captivating woman would surely keep life interesting!

Despite the obvious sexual attraction between them, Lady Priscilla doesn't wish to marry—ever—for she hides a shameful secret. Surely a duke deserves more than a ruined woman? But once Robert sets his sights on something beautiful, he will do anything in his power to claim it!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780373296897
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 04/17/2012
Series: Harlequin Historical Series , #1089
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.50(h) x 1.80(d)

About the Author

Christine Merrill wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember. During a stint as a stay-at-home-mother, she decided it was time to “write that book.” She could set her own hours and would never have to wear pantyhose to work! It was a slow start but she slogged onward and seven years later, she got the thrill of seeing her first book hit the bookstores. Christine lives in Wisconsin with her family. Visit her website at: www.christine-merrill.com

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Lady Priscilla's Shameful Secret 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the third book of a trilogy by the same author. Most of the main characters of this book were introduced in the second book. What confused me was the author demoted the father from a duke to an earl, changed the family name from Rudney to Roleston, and changed the antagonist's appearance from oily and dark to blonde. From the 2nd to the 3rd book, perhaps eight months have elapsed in which the father has remarried and the heroine has undergone a dramatic change in personality. I would think the author (or editor) would have caught the gaffes. I found all this detracted from my enjoyment of the story. I know some authors crank this stuff out, but some of us consumers actually try to read it.
cuddlesmom More than 1 year ago
This is the last book in the series and I love all three of them. While the complaints of the "I'm Confused" reviewer are valid, the story was engaging enough for me to discount them. I enjoyed learning more about the main charcters form the other two books, as well as the details for Priscilla's earlier "elopement". Very telling and the reactions of Priscilla and Robert made sense. Would have liked more information on how Stepmom and Dad ended up together and wonder if the author plans to tell their story in another book, but this story was well paced and the characters as engaging as they were in the pervious stories. Relationships are tired and strengthened and Robert's determination kept me anxious to see how it would all turn out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a Trilogy. The correct order is: 1) Lady Folbroke's Delicious Deception 2) Lady Drusilla's Road to Ruin 3) Lady Pricilla's Seceret. If you like historical romance books this series is for you. I read them all and loved them all. They are well written, funny and endearing. Pricilla was my least favorite character in the triology but I did enjoy the book. Got to check in on Adriane & Emily and my favorite John and Drucilla. I could read more.
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