The Wicked Wallflower

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HarperCollins, Oct 29, 2013 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Maya Rodale's captivating new series introduces London's Least Likely—three wallflowers who are about to become the toast of the ton . . .

Lady Emma Avery has accidentally announced her engagement—to the most eligible man in England. As soon as it's discovered that Emma has never actually met the infamously attractive Duke of Ashbrooke, she'll no longer be a wallflower; she'll be a laughingstock. And then Ashbrooke does something Emma never expected. He plays along with her charade.

A temporary betrothal to the irreproachable Lady Avery could be just the thing to repair Ashbrooke's tattered reputation. Seducing her is simply a bonus. And then Emma does what he never expected: she refuses his advances. It's unprecedented. Inconceivable. Quite damnably alluring.

London's Least Likely to Misbehave has aroused the curiosity—among other things—of London's most notorious rogue. Now nothing will suffice but to uncover Emma's wanton side and prove there's nothing so satisfying as two perfect strangers . . . being perfectly scandalous together.

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Review: The Wicked Wallflower (Bad Boys & Wallflowers #1)

User Review  - Meagan - Goodreads

More of a 3.5, really. It was a pretty fun read, but I had a couple of minor issues. I'm one who can usually roll with some historical inaccuracies. Forthright, independent, sarcastic regency heroines ... Read full review

Review: The Wicked Wallflower (Bad Boys & Wallflowers #1)

User Review  - FlibBityFLooB - Goodreads

4.5/5 stars. Loved some of the humor in this one, like in the dining room -- and with the flute. My first by Maya Rodale, but I will definitely read more. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Maya Rodale began reading romance novels in college at her mother's insistence. She is now the author of numerous "dazzlingly sexy and witty" romantic novels. She lives in New York City with her darling dog and a rogue of her own.

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