Sunday, November 16, 2008
Title: A Question of Impropriety
Author: Michelle Styles
Line: Mills and Boon Historical Romance
Release month: November 2008
The S-Factor: Sensuous
Diana Clare has had enough of London - the balls, the rakes you can never trust... Now, having returned home in disgrace, she is trying to forget what drove her from the ton.
But rake and gambler Brett Farnham, Earl of Coltonby, seems intent on making Diana remember exactly what it was like to be whirled around the ballroom and seduced by the glint in your partner's eye...
But Brett has `mistress' rather than `marriage' in mind, and Diana is not sure her reputation can stand up to another scandal...
Michelle Styles’s latest historical, A Question of Impropriety, is an engrossing Regency romance that will just enthrall and enchant fans of romantic historical fiction everywhere!
Five years ago, Miss Diana Clare had been a typical debutante, enjoying her first London season, whose whole world had come crashing round her ears when her fiancé had died – and it was all Brett Farnham’s fault! Shocked, hurt and betrayed, Diana vowed never to let another man get under her skin like that ever again so she decided to leave London and to return to the village of Ladywell in the Tyne Valley, having sworn off men for good.
Diana’s vow not to let another man get close to her seems to have worked – until Brett Farnham turns up in Ladywell having bought a neighbouring property. Diana is furious and incensed that the man she despises most in the world has come back into her life and awoken feelings deep within her which she had thought were long buried.
Brett is surprised to see the beautiful debutante, which he has never forgotten, hiding her curves and good looks in shapeless dresses and awful caps. Brett is determined to have Diana in his arms and in his bed. The only problem is that Brett is thinking mistress not marriage and a respectable lady like Diana would never agree to such a proposition…or would she?
In a market cluttered with wallpaper historicals and shoddily written and badly plotted tales, readers can always count on Mills and Boon Historicals and Michelle Styles to deliver a richly woven, densely plotted, heartwarming and potent historical romance. Cleverly mixing intrigue, adventure, passion, emotion and romance, A Question of Impropriety is another winner by this most talented novelist whose books just keep on getting better and better!
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