[Ebook] ↠ Scandal's Daughter Author Phylis Warady – 9tvuk.us

Scandal's DaughterBlush This Is A Suggestive Romance Love Scenes Are Not Graphic Illegitimate Diantha Fraser Considers Herself Fortunate To Have Found Employment As A Music Teacher At A Fashionable Ladies Seminary Her Mundane Routine Is Shattered When Summoned To Her Father S Deathbed Shortly Thereafter The Earl Of Devonwych Dies And Much To Her Astonishment Bequeaths Diantha A Modest Fortune With Strings Attached She Will Lose Most Of Her Inheritance Unless She Marries His Prot G , Sebastian, Marquess Of Ravistock.Sebastian Is Equally Jarred By The Terms Of His Mentor S Will His Lineage Demands He Look Higher For A Wife Than Devonwych S By Blow Yet He Feels Honor Bound To Keep His Promise To The Earl, To Protect Diantha From Her Half Brother Basil S Wrath.Rising To The Challenge, The Marquess Solemnly Swears To Foil All Of Basil S Greedy Schemes Yet, While Preoccupied With Playing Her Knight Errant, Sebastian Somehow Loses His Heart To An Equally Smitten Diantha.Publisher Note Previously Released Elsewhere, Now Revised And Expanded.

Phylis Warady is a multi published author of traditional Regencies, one of which was a Golden Heart finalist and another that finaled in the Holt Medallion competition Her award winning short fiction and light verse find homes in literary journals and anthologies in the USA and Canada.Also a journalist, Phylis articles geared to writers in all stages of their careers are widely published, includ

[Ebook] ↠ Scandal's Daughter Author Phylis Warady – 9tvuk.us
  • Scandal's Daughter
  • Phylis Warady
  • 13 June 2018
  • 9781419957291

10 thoughts on “Scandal's Daughter

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this light Regency romance story for its plot and characters I did find the writing style a bit raw compared to other authors of the genre.I am willing to concede some historical accuracy to keep a story moving and I am also willing to allow for added knowledge about a character that will show depth or growth But I had trouble with the ebb and flow of the story I also cringed when the author had certain characters like the headmistress of the girl s school and the dowager Marchioness employing cant Both would have truly been horrified to hear it let alone speak it if they were real I give license for the heroine to utilize it though gently reared and educated because she has it in her personality I also struggled with how the Marquis resisted Diantha s charms until one small little thing and then he was deeply in love It wasn t love at first sight nor did it appear to grow on him maybe that is just my take on love so you can disre...

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