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Scandal's Daughter

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Miss Gillian Ashley was a virtuous young lady-- but she bore a legacy of shame from her late mother's indiscretion with Sir Hewitt Gambol, the most notorious libertine in London.
But now Lady Meg Fairfax, wealthy and bored, had decided to make Gillian the belle of the London season for the sheer sport of stirring up staid society. And Sir Hewitt
Paperback, 223 pages
Published December 4th 1984 by Signet
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Mar 07, 2015 Jennifer rated it it was ok
Gillian claims to be a virtuous young lady, but alas she's a hot mess. Disobeying Lady Meg to meet her rakish father who is shunned by society and associating with the lower classes. It's a wonder she is accepted into polite society when she's forever running off and doing the opposite of what she's told. Just ok.
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