Seduction & Scandal by Charlotte Featherstone
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With the scandalous nature of her birth to live down, Isabella Fairmont dreams of a proper marriage—even if a passionless one. She saves her deepest desires for the novel she dares to pen, wherein a handsome lord with dark powers seduces her. But then her courtship with an appropriate suitor is threatened by the sudden attentions of the reclusive Earl of Black…whose pale blue eyes and brooding sensuality are exactly as she described in her book.

Isabella tries to resist the mysterious Earl of Black.

Yet as he pursues her, with inexplicable knowledge of her past and kisses that consume her, Isabella fears she will succumb.

If only the earl could tell Isabella the truth. With very real, and treacherous, thieves endangering her life, Black will need to protect Isabella from the very people she trusts the most….

 

About Charlotte Featherstone

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Charlotte Featherstone writes erotic historical romance, and historical romance for Harlequin Spice, and HQN Books. Her writing style has been described as beautiful, haunting, emotional and sensual. Charlotte lives on Lake Erie's North Shore in Ontario Canada, with her husband, daughter and two lovable but ill behaved dogs.Charlotte's website address is www.charlottefeatherstone.net 
 
Published July 1, 2011 by HQN Books. 384 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Isabella’s fear of poverty is understandable, and she it leads to some well-drawn conflicts with Lucy (who is a bit like Marianne in Sense and Sensibility), wondering why Isabella can’t follow her heart and show her emotions.

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