I received this book for free from . This review is voluntary. My opinion is not influenced in any way.All's Fair in Love and Scandal on April 21, 2015
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Douglas Bennet can't resist a good wager, especially not one that involves a beautiful woman. When a friend proposes an audacious plan to expose the most notorious woman in England, Douglas agrees at once. After all, it would be quite a coup to discover the true identity of Lady Constance, author of the infamous erotic serial scandalizing the ton, 50 Ways to Sin.
Madeline Wilde is used to being pursued. For years she's cultivated a reputation for being unattainable and mysterious, and for good reason: her livelihood depends on discretion. When Douglas turns his legendary charm on her, she dismisses him as just another rake. But he surprises her—instead of merely trying to seduce her, he becomes her friend...her confidant...and her lover. But can it really lead to happily-ever-after...or are they about to become the biggest scandal London has ever seen?
Okay…page 1, word 1, I fall in love with this novella. All’s Fair in Love and Scandal by Caroline Linden is just fantastic. I love regency historicals, and this one is too delicious to put down. Douglas and Madeline are just perfect. Sigh. I wanted to stay inside this novella forever!
I have not read the other books in this series, but I have a feeling I would enjoy them. I absolutely adored this short foray into Caroline Linden’s Scandalous series. The author really does a fantastic job in telling a complete story in this novella. I didn’t feel lost with the characters or the world created. I didn’t want to get out of my seat until I finished this sweet novella. A job well done by the author. I will happily seek out more works by Caroline Linden.
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