Shunned by the ton How would she find a husband?
Part of Sisters of Scandal: After her mother’s latest outrageous affair, innocent Prudence Lattimar has fled to Bath.
With her dubious background, she must marry a man of impeccable reputation. A clergyman with a title and a considerable income would be perfect.
She must steer clear of Lieutenant Johnnie Trethwell—his family is as notorious as hers, no matter how funny, charming and unfailingly honorable he is!
“…a warm, tender romance. Overall, A Most Unsuitable Match is a marvelous read."—Caz Owens, All About Romance
“A splendid romance, and glorious writing.”—Monique, Buried Under Romance.
Sisters of Scandal duet
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10-13-18 :: BEGINNING A NEW SERIES!
02-28-18 :: MOVING TO THE SECOND SCANDAL SISTER
11-11-17 :: NEW TEXAS HILL COUNTRY HISTORICAL RELEASE!
08-20-17 :: New Series Approved!
07-15-17 :: CATCHING UP!
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