Once a Scoundrel by Candice Hern
(Ladies Fashionable Cabinet)

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When Anthony Morehouse wins The Ladies' Fashionable in a card game, he thinks it's piece of furniture. But he soon learns that it is actually a women's magazine. He plans to sell it to the editor, but when he sees the beautiful Edwina Parrish behind the desk, he changes his mind. Edwina was his childhood Nemesis, besting him in many competitions and winning from him a family heirloom. He's never forgotten it and so proposes another wager: If she wins, he'll give her the magazine; if he wins, he keeps the magazine and gets his heirloom back.

 

About Candice Hern

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Candice Hern is the award-winning, bestselling author of historical romance novels set during the English Regency, a period she knows well through years of collecting antiques and fashion prints of the period. She travels to England regularly, always in search of more historical and local color to bring her stories and characters to life.Her books have won praise for the "intelligence and elegant romantic sensibility" (Romantic Times) as well as "delicious wit and luscious sensuality (Booklist).Candice's award-winning website (www.candicehern.com) is often cited for its Regency World pages, where readers interested in the era will find an illustrated glossary, a detailed timeline, illustrated digests of Regency people and places, articles on Regency fashion, research links, and much more. It is the only author website listed among the online resources for the Jane Austen Centre in England.Visit www.candicehern.com for more information on all Candice's books, including excerpts and a look "behind the scenes" of each novel.
 
Published March 17, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 388 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Once Tony and Edwina got past the point of silly bets so Tony could see her bedroom (or so Tony could see her remove a stocking), the book began to gain some of the energy it had lost.

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