A Gentleman's Guide to Scandal by Kathleen Kimmel
(A Birch Hall Romance)

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The sex comes rather late but it doesn’t disappoint. Elinor and Colin are well-matched in wit, vulnerability, and awkward sexual desire, and the mystery of Marie’s death in India is resolved in a satisfying and surprising way. Great fun from start to finish.
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Passions and tensions run high in the latest scandalous Birch Hall romance from the author of A Lady’s Guide to Ruin.
 
Even men of great certainty can be completely clueless when it comes to matters of the heart.
 
Colin Spenser, Marquess of Farleigh, is shocked when his feelings towards his best friend’s sister take a turn into the realm of helpless adoration. Unfortunately, Elinor is more inclined to ignore him than express her undying devotion, so Colin resolves to forget his troublesome feelings by entering a loveless marriage…
 
Elinor Hargrove has absolutely no interest in the infuriating and arrogant Marquess of Farleigh. That is, until he kisses her—twice—inspiring unexpected and inconvenient passions. Then Elinor finds out he’s engaged, and her desires are quickly surpassed by her outrage...
 
But when a ghost from their shared pasts resurfaces, Colin and Elinor must work together to puzzle out a complicated intrigue by attending an extremely exclusive party where secrets and lies flourish—and scandal is only a kiss away.


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About Kathleen Kimmel

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Kathleen Kimmel works in the video game industry, writing for games on such varied topics as Jane Austen, supernatural detectives, romance visual novels, rubber ducks, and true love.

Author Residence: Kent, WA
 
Published June 7, 2016 by Berkley. 319 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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The sex comes rather late but it doesn’t disappoint. Elinor and Colin are well-matched in wit, vulnerability, and awkward sexual desire, and the mystery of Marie’s death in India is resolved in a satisfying and surprising way. Great fun from start to finish.

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