Historical Romance Tour: Season for Scandal by Theresa Romain

Season for Scandal

by Theresa Romain

 Season for Scandal by Theresa Romain, Virtaul Tour, Kensington Zebra

Genre: Historical romance
Heat Level: Sensual: love scenes with euphemisms
Publisher: Kensington Zebra
Publishing Date: October 1, 2013
Series: Holiday Pleasures, book 3
Format: Digital and print (mass market)
Words: 89,000

Meet Author Theresa Romain

T_Romain_high resHistorical romance author Theresa Romain pursued an impractical education that allowed her to read everything she could get her hands on. She then worked for universities and libraries, where she got to read even more. Eventually she started writing, too. She lives with her family in the Midwest, where she is working on her next book. This September, she’ll begin a new historical romance trilogy with IT TAKES TWO TO TANGLE. In October, her third holiday historical romance—SEASON FOR SCANDAL—will be released.

 

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Season for ScandalSeason For Scandal; Coming 9/3!

 UNLADYLIKE RISK

Jane Tindall has never had money of her own or exceptional beauty. Her gifts are more subtle: a mind like an abacus, a talent for play-acting—and a daring taste for gambling. But all the daring in the world can’t help with the cards fixed against her. And when Edmund Ware, Baron Kirkpatrick, unwittingly spoils her chance to win a fortune, her reputation is ruined too. Or so she thinks, until he suggests a surprising mode of escape: a hasty marriage. To him. On the surface, their wedding would seem to satisfy all the demands of proper society, but as the Yuletide approaches, secrets and scandals turn this proper marriage into a very improper affair.

 

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