Lady Be Bad

Lady Be Bad

By: Candice Hern (author)eBook

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Fans of the historical romances of Sabrina Jeffries, Loretta Chase, and Jo Beverly will enjoy this sexy, award-winning romance by New York Times bestselling author Candice Hern.

John Grayston, seventh Viscount Rochdale, has never refused a wager, especially one that involves enticing a beautiful woman into his bed. Hes willing to stake his most prized possession that theres not a single woman in all England immune to his charms. But when the object of the wager is the prim and proper Grace Marlowe, he has to turn on the full force of his seductive charm.

Graces stalwart virtue is put to the test when the infamous rake shows an unexpected interest in her. Outraged, flattered, and reluctantly attracted, she soon finds herself falling under the spell of the man behind the scandalous reputation. Rochdale, in turn, is delighted to discover a fiery passion beneath the widows prudish façade. But when hearts and lives become tangled in the gamble, the truth of his seduction could ruin everything.

"Exquisitely sensual, brilliantly plotted, and laced with wicked wit, this latest addition to Hern's "Merry Widows" series sparkles with rare fire as its sheltered heroine comes into her own in the arms of a charming rascal and learns just how rewarding it is to be 'bad'." Library Journal

"Richly nuanced characters, wickedly subtle wit, and elegantly sensual style." -- BookList

"Perfect! Absolutely, positively, without a doubt, LADY BE BAD is an utterly perfect read!" Romance Reader at Heart

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Product Details

  • publication date: 20/03/2012
  • ID: 9780983866589
  • book language: en
  • publisher: Candice Hern

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