Lady Vivian Defies a Duke by Samantha Grace
(Beau Monde Bachelor)

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...the writing is skillful, the dialog is well done, the secondary characters are well-fleshed but not overwhelming, and the love scenes are nice and warm.
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Praise for Miss Hillary Schools a Scoundrel:

"Clever and charming, with everything Regency fans love."—Publishers Weekly Starred Review

The Naked Truth

Lady Vivian Worth knows perfectly well how to behave like a lady. But observing proper manners when there's no one around to impress is just silly. Why shouldn't she strip down to her chemise for a swim? When her betrothed arrives to finally meet her, Vivi will act every inch the lady—demure, polite, compliant. Everything her brother has promised the man. But until then, she's going to enjoy her freedom...

A Revealing Discovery

Luke Forest, the newly named Duke of Foxhaven, wants nothing to do with his inheritance—or the bride that comes with it. He wants adventure and excitement, like the enchanting water nymph he's just stumbled across. When he discovers the skinny-dipping minx is his intended, he reconsiders his plan to find Lady Vivian another husband. Because the idea of this vivacious woman in the arms of another man might be enough to drive him insane—or to the altar.

 

About Samantha Grace

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This is Samantha Grace's debut as a Regency romance author. She is happily writing her next book and loves blogging with fellow authors at Lady Scribes. Samantha married her best friend, strives to stay one step ahead of their two precocious offspring, and lives in Onalaska, Wisconsin.
 
Published May 7, 2013 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 354 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Wendy Clyde on Apr 23 2013

...the writing is skillful, the dialog is well done, the secondary characters are well-fleshed but not overwhelming, and the love scenes are nice and warm.

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