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Miss Wonderful (Carsington #1) by Loretta Chase

Alistair Carsington really, really wishes he didn’t love women quite so much. To escape his worst impulses, he sets out for a place far from civilisation: Derbyshire- in winter, where he hopes to kill two birds with one stone: avoid all temptation, and repay the friend who saved his life on the battlefields of Waterloo.

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Book Review: Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase


Tough-minded Jessica Trent’s sole intention is to free her nitwit brother from the destructive influence of Sebastian Ballister, the notorious Marquess of Dain. 201 more words


Lord of Scoundrels, by Loretta Chase

Lord of Scoundrels
By: Loretta Chase
Published date: October 13, 2009

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5
How hot is it: Moderate sexiness.
Hero: Marquess of Dain… 605 more words

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Source: Purchased from Amazon Kindle

This is part two of Eva Devon’s sexy, slightly angsty and very delicious contemporary serial

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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#LOSlove: LORD OF SCOUNDRELS Turns 20! by Tousled & Tumbl'd

Avon Romance is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Loretta Chase’s Lord of Scoundrels by all day  giveaways. What are  the prizes, you ask? Signed copies of… 20 more words


Captives of the Night by Loretta Chase (audiobook) - Narrated by Kate Reading

Leila Beaumont is a gorgeous and talented portrait painter trapped in a loveless marriage with her profligate husband, Francis. Though long ago, Francis very much played the hero, rescuing and wedding the orphaned 17-year-old Leila – Francis’ more recent hedonistic lifestyle of drinking, drugging and womanizing has not only earned him quite a few enemies in London, but lost him the love of his wife.

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Viscount Vagabond by Loretta Chase (audiobook) - narrated by Stevie Zimmerman

Catherine Pelliston simply would not abide by her father’s wishes and marry the slovenly Lord Browdie. But her escape through the streets of London only seemed to lead her from bad to worse.

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