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  • Published: 14 October 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448177448
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 320

A Scandalous Countess: A Rouge Historical Romance


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Lady May is back.

And so is the scandal that sent her tumbling from her position as the toast of Georgian London, when her husband, the Earl of Maybury, was killed in a duel. Even a year of mourning hasn’t quieted the rumours of her infidelity.

Georgiua Maybury is determined to regain her position in the beau monde, but a scarred ex-naval officer threatens her plans. Impoverished Lord Dracy has nothing to offer her – except a passion that she’s never before experienced...

But when new scandals stir and secrets unravel, their future – and even their lives – is suddenly at risk.

  • Pub date: 14 October 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448177448
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 320

About the Author

Jo Beverley

Jo Beverley writes bestselling historical romance novels. Publishers Weekly declared her "Arguably today's most skillful writer of intelligent historical romance..." Her work has been described as "Sublime!" by Booklist, and Romantic Times declared her to be "one of the great names of the genre."

She was born and raised in England and has a degree in history and American Studies from Keele University. She emigrated to Canada in 1976. In 2008 she returned to England and now lives in Devon. Her novels are set in the medieval, Georgian, and Regency periods and have won five RITAs, romance's top award, as well as many other accolades. She is one of twelve members of the Romance Writers of America's Hall of Fame.

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Praise for A Scandalous Countess: A Rouge Historical Romance

“One of the great names of the genre”

Romantic Times

“...today's most skillful writer of intelligent historical romance”

Publishers Weekly

“Another jewel in Beverley's heavily decorated crown”

The Romance Reader

“A delightful blend of wit, intrigue, and emotional victories”

The State


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