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Love and Other Scandals by Caroline Linden

Love and Other Scandals (edition 2013)

by Caroline Linden

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Title:Love and Other Scandals
Authors:Caroline Linden
Info:Avon (2013), Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
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Love and Other Scandals by Caroline Linden



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Just enough angst about size and appearance to get on my chubby and plain shelves. Sweet and fairly simple romance, liked the chemistry between the hero and heroine! (3.5 stars) ( )
  PNRList | Aug 15, 2018 |
This story was too much fun to read, and the reason for it is the witty, banter filled dialogue, and not just between the main characters, but between everyone that’s inside this story. Secondary characters were as much fun as our hero and heroine.

Caroline Linden is one of those authors that can do witty very well and this book proves it.

Our heroine is nothing like the women that usually attract our hero, and he is in for a rude awakening as she starts burrowing under his skin with her plain looks, atrocious attire and determination to expand her sexual education with a book titled ’50 Ways to Sin’ and possibly Tristan’s help as well.

Plot in this one was too predictable, yet I didn’t mind it so much because of the fast pace and way too entertaining story. If you’re a fan of this author, you’ll buy it and if you’ve never had the pleasure to sample Caroline Linden’s books then this is a perfect book to start you on the journey of discovery of her wonderfully funny, entertaining and always, always sensual books.

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  bookworm2bookworm | Mar 30, 2017 |
This book was funny and intense. Tristan and Joan were great together. Some elements of the book put me in mind of Pride & Prejudice, and not in a bad way. I empathized with Joan about her self-image issues. The '50 Ways to Sin' element added a nice touch, as was the hot air balloon. ( )
  CarpeLibrum58 | Jun 4, 2016 |
This book was quite intriguing. I enjoyed it very much. Joan is a bright woman with a taste for adventure which she finds with Tristan - who has a taste for Joan and one for being scandalous! Joan's aunt is also quite a character as well. ( )
  mariahsidhe | May 12, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0062244876, Mass Market Paperback)

With Love and Other Scandals, bestselling and RITA Award–winning author Caroline Linden launches a scandalously sexy new historical romance series set in Regency England.
Joan Bennett is a breath away from being a spinster. She’s had four seasons without a suitor. After reading a shockingly sensuous book, Fifty Ways to Sin, Joan decides perhaps it’s time to stop being proper and start being sinful, while she’s still young enough to enjoy it. And what better partner than her brother’s drinking mate, Viscount Burke? He seems the type to know how to give a lady a lascivious adventure.
It seems that the viscount has qualms about trifling with a friend’s sister. That’s the way to end up betrothed. And he doesn’t want that—or does he?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:46 -0400)

Embracing her singleness after suffering through four seasons in London, buxom beauty Joan Benet, who longs for excitement, decides to become the kept woman of a rakish earl or similarly exciting scoundrel and sets her sights on her brother's best friend, Tristan, Lord Burke.… (more)

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