The Book of Scandal - Julia London Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416547118 / Genre: Romance / Author: Julia London / Mass Market Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2008-10-20 by Pocket Books
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-Plot- It's 1806 and the Prince and Princess of Wales are at each others throats. They've been living apart for some time now but various things have happened (such as the Princess trying to claim that her adopted son who some say is actually her illigitimate birth son, is actually the Prince's son and therefore an heir) and now the Princess plans on publishing a book that will implicate that various members of the aristocracy are immoral. This part of the book is historical fact and is the background to the story. Nathan is an earl and the husband of Evangeline. After the death of their son three years previously Evangeline moved to London and the couple ... Read the complete review
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