About the Book
A lady on the brink of disaster…
Lady Philippa Latham is determined to avoid scandal at all costs. When her mother’s outrageous behavior threatens their family’s reputation, Philippa attempts to curtail her activities. Unwittingly, she follows her to a party no unmarried Society girl would risk attending, where she locks lips with England’s most notorious scoundrel. She should stay far away from him, but a night of danger and kisses ensures they will be linked, at least for a short time.
A scoundrel in need of seduction…
Lord Ambrose Sevrin is famous for having ruined his brother’s fiancée and refusing to marry her. Now celibate, he doesn’t deserve to stand next to Lady Philippa, let alone touch her. Yet when she needs his help to secure a husband before her mother ruins them all, he can’t resist offering his assistance. He must not, however, succumb to her charms because he can’t tolerate redemption—or love.
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What People Are Saying...
“Darcy Burke pulls no punches with this sexy, romantic page-turner. Sevrin and Philippa’s story grabs you from the first scene and doesn’t let go. To Seduce a Scoundrel is simply delicious!”
– Tessa Dare, New York Times Bestselling Author
“An enthralling tale of adventure, passion and redemption. At times humorous and at times deeply touching, To Seduce A Scoundrel is a unique tale with a sexy hero you will never forget.”
– Leigh LaValle, The Runaway Countess
“A great read with a gorgeous tortured hero and a surprisingly plucky heroine, I can’t wait to read Ms. Burke’s next book.”
– Under the Covers Book Blog
“A delicious blend of love and acceptance, humor and angst, action and heat, and a book I would recommend for any historical romance fan!”
– Rogues Under the Covers
“I was captivated on the first page and didn’t let go until this glorious book was finished!”
– Romancing the Book
The DetailsPublished: June 30, 2012
Publisher: Zealous Quill Press
ISBN-10: 0615639534 ISBN-13: 978-0615639536 ASIN: B008H727BS
Genres & Tropes
Historical Romance, Regency Romance