Lady Joanna Barrand had a decided tendre for her childhood companion, Tony, Lord Ashford. Oh, she knew he was a confirmed gambler, especially since his brother had died, and she knew he was courting a beautiful older widow for her fortune, but she also knew that someone had to come to his assistance. Since her heart was already captured, there was really no risk involved… Regency Romance by Marjorie Farrell; originally published by Signet
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I did not think the jokes about prostitution were funny, and adultery is not romantic either. Tony is not that appealing as a love interest, I guess, hero of the story. He is kind of a jerk. Too bad that the murder was not more of a mystery for the detective to solve, and of course he was dirtied up too.