Scandalous Ever After

Scandalous Ever After

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"Abounds with delightful entertaining collision of crossed purposes and mixed messages ensues."--Publishers Weekly

After years apart, old friends Lady Kate Whelan and Evan Rhys reunite at a race. They've been masking their feelings for each other for years, but when Evan must protect Kate from her late husband's secrets, he may not be able to resist her any longer.

After being widowed by a steeplechase accident in Ireland, Lady Kate Whelan abandons the turf. But once her mourning is complete, her late husband's debts drive her to seek help in Newmarket amidst the whirl of a race meet. There she encounters antiquities expert Evan Rhys, her late husband's roguish friend--whom she hasn't seen since the day of his lordship's mysterious death.

Now that fate has reunited them, Evan seizes the chance to win over the woman he's always loved. But once back within the old stone walls of Whelan House, long-held secrets come to light that shake up everything Kate thought she knew about her marriage. Now she wonders who she can trust with her heart--and Evan must decide between love and a truth that will separate him from all his heart desires.

Romance of the Turf Series:
A Gentleman's Game (Book 1)
Scandalous Ever After (Book 2)

Publisher: Naperville, Illinois : Sourcebooks Casablanca, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781492649021
Branch Call Number: PB Romai
Characteristics: 346 pages ; 18 cm


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Dec 04, 2017

"There were so many ways to be imperfect, but that did not mean they were not right." (p. 249)

Dec 04, 2017

"At the hour when daylight transformed into sunset, the carriage turned into the drive of Ardent House. The building was of rare construction, two stories of red brick that beamed against a moody sky from the end of a graveled drive and neatly clipped lawn. The structure was of perfect symmetry, quoined in stone, roofed in slate. Each of the main windows was pedimented and swagged, while small eyebrow windows lifted the roof as if in judgment." (p. 115)


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Dec 04, 2017

Another enjoyable read from Theresa Romain. I enjoyed the Evan's friendly banter, and the way the heroine learns to handle her complaining mother-in-law. The story moves along in a way that keeps you wanting to turn the pages.

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