A Most Improper Rumor by Emma Wildes
A Whispers of Scandal Novel

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Ms. Wildes is a strong writer and in A Most Improper Rumor her prose is clean and clear. The setting however isn’t memorable and the descriptions of women in particular seem stolen from Maxim magazine. A Most Improper Rumor irritated more than it entertained.
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What is society to do when the diamonds of the first water are caught in compromising situations, one after the other? Can the young ladies survive the season with their reputations intact…or will the scandalous whispers surrounding them bring about the ultimate ruination?

Once the toast of the ton, Lady Angelina DeBrooke is no longer known just for her exquisite beauty, but more for her notorious marriages. Dubbed the Dark Angel, she has fallen in love for the first time and wishes to marry, but fears finding herself a widow for the third time. With two poisoned husbands and a cloud of suspicion hanging over her head, she turns to the only man in England who might help her…

Benjamin Wallace, Lord Heathton, isn’t interested in playing detective again, but when Lady DeBrooke approaches him in a quest to clear her name, he finds the challenge irresistible. Her second husband was an old friend, and when he takes a closer look, he catches the scent of a foe he has hunted before—and knows this is his chance to finally trap the elusive prey...  
 

About Emma Wildes

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Emma Wildes is the award-winning author of over twenty twenty books. She is the 2007 Eppie winner for best historical erotic romance, a 2006 RWA Lories third place winner for best novella, and a #1 bestselling author at Fictionwise. Emma lives in rural Indiana with her husband, three children, and various pets.
 
Published March 5, 2013 by Signet. 336 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Dabney on Mar 16 2013

Ms. Wildes is a strong writer and in A Most Improper Rumor her prose is clean and clear. The setting however isn’t memorable and the descriptions of women in particular seem stolen from Maxim magazine. A Most Improper Rumor irritated more than it entertained.

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