Enoch, Suzanne Beginner's Guide to Rakes

ISBN 13: 9781250082435

Beginner's Guide to Rakes

 
9781250082435: Beginner's Guide to Rakes
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A RISQUÉ BUSINESS

All of London is abuzz with the return of the utterly alluring, recently widowed Diane Benchley. Will she remarry? What will she do with her late husband’s fortune? Sociey is shocked by her announcement—at the Grand Ball, of all places!—that she plans to open an exclusive gentleman’s gaming club in the family mansion. But no one is more stunned than the Marquis of Haybury, Oliver Warren.

AN INDECENT PROPOSAL
Years ago, Oliver and Diane shared a private indiscretion. Now Diane threatens to reveal Oliver’s most ungentlemanly secrets…unless he agrees to help her. A notorious gambler—and rake—Oliver is overqualified to educate Diane in the ways and means of running her establishment. But striking a deal with Diane might just be the biggest risk Oliver has ever taken. This time, the only thing he has to lose is his heart…

“One of my very favorite authors.”—Julia Quinn

About the Author:

Suzanne Enoch is the New York Times bestselling author of over thirty Regency novels and historical romances, including the Scandalous Highlanders series, the Scandalous Brides series, The Black Duke's Prize, Always a Scoundrel, and Stolen Kisses. She is a native and current resident of Southern California. Visit Suzanne at suzanneenoch.com.

Anne Flosnik is an accomplished multi-award-winning British actress who has garnered two AudioFile Earphones Awards, an ALA Award, and three Audie Award nominations. Her narration of Little Bee by Chris Cleave was chosen as one of the Best Audiobooks of the Year 2009 by AudioFile magazine.

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