Prelude To A Scandal

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Feb 1, 2011 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Lady Justine is willing to trade her good name, her reputation and her place in London’s gossip-hungry ton to secure her father’s release from prison. But when the notorious Duke of Bradford counters her offer with a proposal of marriage, the stakes grow higher still.

For while the smouldering lord is famous for his conquests, the man is oblivious to both her devotion and her charms. And Justine is soon afraid she has wagered all for naught

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User Review  - maggiejaimeson - LibraryThing

I enjoyedDelilah Marvelle's Gallantry series. It was light, sexy, and romantic. But the beginning of this Scandal series is AMAZING! In Prelude to a Scandal, the battle of wills between Radcliffe and ... Read full review

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User Review  - tarenn - LibraryThing

PRELUDE TO A SCANDAL by Delilah Marvelle is an exciting historical romance set in 1819 Regency England. This is the first in the "Scandal Series". It is well written depth,details and with romance ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Delilah Marvelle spent her youth studying various languages, reading voraciously and playing the pianoforte. She confesses that here ends the extent of her gentle breeding. She was a naughty child who was forever torturing her parents with countless adventures that they did not deem respectable. Confined to her room on many occasions due to these misadventures, she discovered the quill and its amazing power.

Soon, to the dismay of her parents, she rather enjoyed being confined to her room and finished writing her first historical romance (which was a heart-stopping 800 pages long...) at the age of fourteen. She is a two time Golden Heart finalist, a Reviewer's Best First Historical Romance nominee, and a double Bookseller's Best Award finalist. You can visit her at her website above or her blog, which explores the naughtier side of history, at

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