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A young debutante makes a hasty exit from London only to create new headlines on the Continent.

After being expelled from a young ladies’ academy, a disgraced Miss Arabella Jardine is whisked away to the Continent until the controversy in London subsides. However, it doesn’t take long for Arabella to shock her family all over again when an encounter in Switzerland with the irresistible rakehell-in-exile Earl of Langdale leads to a compromising situation. Despite his wicked reputation, Lord Langdale is the sort of man she has dreamed of marrying.

When Gabriel Holmes-Fitzgerald is caught in flagrante delicto with the apparently prim and proper Miss Arabella Jardine, he’s obliged to offer for the young lady’s hand. Unprincipled cad that he is, Gabriel is no stranger to scandal. He’ll do the right thing and wed Arabella, although he secretly despairs his tainted soul will corrupt and ultimately destroy her.

When Arabella’s life is unexpectedly threatened by an unscrupulous enemy from the past, one thing becomes crystal clear to Gabriel: the worst torment of all will be losing the woman he loves. And he would do anything, even sell his soul to the Devil himself, to save her.

©2020 Amy Rose Bennett (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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Most whiny heroine ever

Heroine was supposed to this really smart female yet she was so insecure and whiny that she was so annoying. Poor dialogue and interactions between characters didn’t help make any of them endearing.

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This book made me cringe a lot..

Although it was well written... Arabella, though intelligent wasn't likeable. She was way to insecure and manipulative. I was so annoyed with her unrealistic expectations. She was so obsessed with the fact Gabriel wasn't in love with her. She kept having the same conversation about her worries over and over and over again. It's difficult to even understand how they fell in love they didn't have any smooth interactions at all. The hero was actually great and likeable. I kept hoping she would chill and relax (the only reason I finished after skipping through some)

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Great follow up

I enjoyed reading this. The villain was so believable. Thanks for continuing the saga of the ladies.

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Captivating

I was surprised to see that there are so few reviews on the second book. I find it just as captivating as the first one! If you liked the first one, you'll also very much enjoy the second on of this series.

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Excellent!

I loved this book! The characters are delightful, funny, real. One of the things I love about Ms Bennett’s writing is that there are always many unexpected twists & turns. Even when common literary elements appear—such as the return of a former lover—she always adds something different so things transpire in unique ways. These are not stereotypical characters and that is very refreshing! I laughed out loud many times and wept throughout. The narrator still mispronounces many words (parents’, claret, on dit), but most of the time it’s a one-off.