A Rake Beyond Redemption?/How to Disgrace a Lady/How to Ruin a Reputation

A Rake Beyond Redemption?/How to Disgrace a Lady/How to Ruin a Reputation

Rakes Beyond Redemption #0

by Bronwyn Scott

$5.99

Imprint: Mills & Boon Historical

Release date: 2019-01-01

Pages: 456 Pages

ISBN: 9781489278432

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How To Disgrace A Lady

Arriving for a party, Merrick's season of outrageous scandal takes a challenging turn. Caught in a compromising situation with Lady Alixe Burke, her father tasks this so-called gentleman with making his blue-stocking daughter marriageable!

Lady Alixe – more happy in the library than the ballroom – is most definitely left-on-the-shelf material. He'll never walk away from a wager, but Merrick's expertise extends way beyond society etiquette. Never before entrusted with a woman's modesty, Merrick sets about teaching her everything he knows...

How To Ruin A Reputation

After years in Italy honing his skills in the delicious art of seduction, Ashe returns to London's high-class establishments – preceded, of course, by his reputation for lavish opulence and unashamed wickedness. Then his scandalous ways are abruptly ended by his father's death. To claim what is rightfully his, notorious lothario Ashe must do the inconceivable – take a wife!

But who could possibly even think about marrying such a man? Certainly not the lovely Genevra Ralston. After all, she'd be finished in polite society. Wouldn't she? Yet Ashe's notorious charm and practised touch could prove irresistible...

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Bronwyn Scott

Bronwyn Scott

Bronwyn Scott is a pen name for Nikki Poppen. Nikki lives in the Pacific Northwestern United States, where she is a communications instructor at a small college. She enjoys playing the piano and hanging out with her three children. She definitely does not enjoy cooking or laundry-she leaves that to her husband, who teaches early morning and late evening classes at the college so he can spend the day being a stay-at-home daddy.Nikki remembers writing all her life. She started attending young-author conferences held by the school district when she was in fourth grade and is still proud of her...
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