Society's Most Scandalous Rake by Isabelle Goddard

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Domino de Silva appears quite the most innocent of girls: young, beautiful and pure. Her sparkling merriment charms all who meet her. But all is not what it seems, and a summer spent in Brighton promises every delectable temptation.

Mr. Joshua Marchmain is reputed to be society's most scandalous rake: tall, flaxen-haired and wickedly handsome, with a dangerous allure that can disgrace even the most decent of ladies.

An overwhelming force draws Joshua and Domino together—but there are those in society who would stop at nothing to keep them apart….

 

About Isabelle Goddard

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Isabelle Goddard was born into an army family and spent her childhood moving around the UK and abroad.  Unsurprisingly it gave her itchy feet, and in her twenties she worked as cabin crew, determined to see the world.Marriage, children and cats meant a more settled life and gave her the opportunity to go back to 'school' and eventually teach at university.  The 19th century was her special period so when she began writing herself, the novels had to be Regency romances.
 
Published May 1, 2012 by Harlequin Historical. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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