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Matter of Scandal, A
by: Suzanne Enoch

Avon Books, August 2001

School for Scandal Miss Emma Grenville, who is no silly debutante, has had her fill of thick-headed noblemen who believe women exist solely to satisfy men. And her arrogant new landlord, the Duke of Wycliffe, is the worst of the lot! The too attractive cad wants to triple the rent on Emma's finishing school for young ladies to help get his uncle's estate out of dept. Well, Greydon Brakenridge clearly needs educating -- about women. And Emma's just the one to enlighten him!The sinfully handsome duke has never met a woman he couldn't outwit and seduce. And now that he's tricked Emma into a wager, he has the stubborn headmistress right where her wants her -- and hopefully, soon in his bed. But the confirmed bachelor underestimates the intelligent and surprisingly sensual Miss Grenville. For she may be leading Greydon to a place neither dreamed they'd ever go -- to the altar.

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Series: With This Ring
Reforming a Rake - Book 1
Reforming a Rake (reissue) - Book 1
Meet Me at Midnight - Book 2
Matter of Scandal, A - Book 3

Matter of Scandal, A

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Avon Books
Publish Date:
August 2001
Time Period:
Regency: Era - England 1811-1820
London, England
Greydon Brakenridge
Emma Grenville
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