Slightly Scandalous (Bedwyn Saga Series #3)

Slightly Scandalous (Bedwyn Saga Series #3)

by Mary Balogh
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Slightly Scandalous (Bedwyn Family Series) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put this one down. My second in the Bedwyn series and I loved it. I liked the fact that it didn't follow the normal form for regency romance and put the lady always in the right. Freyja was always putting her foot in her mouth. But as strong a personality as she is it never stopped her from standing up for herself or others. Joshua is funloving and the perfect guy for her, for the simple reason he not only loves and accepts Freyja as she is , but he delights in her and is not afraid as, you understand through the book, most are. He challenges her and she him and through their love and understanding they compliment each other. I also thought it fitting that Freyja should find her love the way that Kit (A Summer To Remember) found his.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this series....Freyja's story lives up.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Like her five siblings, Freyja Bedwyn enjoys independence, freedom, and adventure, the very traits that the Ton detests in a woman. Still with four wild brothers as role models, Freyja does her own thing in spite of the aristocracy frowning at her scandalous behavior. His family believes he needs to be married, a state they ignored until he gained the title when his uncle passed away. However, as he visits his grandmama in Bath, Lord Joshua Moore is tired of his family's effort to find him a wife.

While Joshua flees the latest matchmaking machination, he meets and pleads with an amused Freyja to hide him. When they talk, he offers her a deal. She pretends to be his fiancee so that he can have a little relief from the marriage mart and she can use that cloak to go on an adventure. Freyja accepts. However, neither Freyja nor Joshua expected to fall in love, an emotion putting a cramp on what they thought they desired.

The third 'Slightly' Regency romance is a fun tale headlined by two strong, stubborn, yet seductive stars. The story line is amusing, as neither Freyja nor Joshua wants to fall in love. Though in many ways, Freyja is a female version of her brother Rannulf (see SLIGHTLY WICKED), fans of Mary Balogh, the sub-genre, or just a delightful entertaining novel will appreciate this fine tale.

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Reid20 More than 1 year ago
I think this is my favorite of the series so far. I liked the characters a lot. I think Joshua was charming and he geniunely liked Freyja as a person. Freyja is a unique female for her time period. She is very fiesty. Unfortunately, she is also stubborn and should have realized Joshua was sincere sooner. Nonetheless, it was a good read and I am enjoying the Bedwyn series very much.
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