A Question of Impropriety
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A Question of Impropriety

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Diana Clare has had enough of London—the balls, the rakes you can never trust…. Now, having returned home in disgrace, she is trying to forget what drove her from the ton.

Rake and gambler Brett Farnham, Earl of Coltonby, seems intent on making Diana remember exactly what it was like to be whirled around the ballroom and seduced by the glint in her partner's eye….

But Brett...more
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Published December 2010 by Harlequin (first published 2008)
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Angels Weep For Goodreads)
This book was a pleasant surprise. I picked it up off my shelf because I needed a 'Q' book for my A to Z challenge. The blurb didn't really call my name at all. However, I started reading and sunk deep into this story, leaving Texas and finding myself in Regency England. The writing flows naturally and smoothly, and the characters meant something to me. I could see where Diana was coming from with her very real issues. What happened to her was awful! And Brett wasn't the cad I expected him to be...more
I love Michelle's books I really love the Regency historical books.
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"A Question of Impropriety” By Michelle Styles

Diana left London in shame and she left all of glitz and glamor of London that she loved. Diana Clare has also been mourning her late fiance for five years now, or that is what she wants people to think. What Diana is really mourning, is what happened to her five years ago, the night of the Vauxhall Garden fireworks. Diana Clare has been keeping a very dark secret from everyone, and she plans on never telling anyone that secret.

Diana Clare plans on n
Lorraine Nelson
A Question of Impropriety by Michelle Styles

If you love historical romance, this is a must read. Michelle has created engaging characters and believable conflicts that carry the story through to a satisfactory end. Wish I could find a man like Brett. :-)
I didn't spend much time on this book. The book was okay, but not exciting.The way the characters spoke was wooden, not realistic. There is lots of represses sexual urges but little action. No excitement, but readable.
Becky Black
I skimmed through the second half of this really. It was okay, but I found the dialogue rather stiff and unnatural. I also didn't feel much heat or sexual tension between the couple. It's readable, but not exciting.
Talei Loto
A jolly good old fashioned romp! I loved it, historical romance - give me more!

Ps: And I'm not just saying that because I won a copy of this book, it was very enjoyable!
I really liked this book :D have been dying to get a read like this for ages :D a rather lovely guilty pleasure!
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Born and raised near San Francisco Califorinia, Michelle Styles currently lives a few miles south of Hadrian's Wall with her husband, three children and menagerie of pets. An avid reader, she became hooked on historical romance when she discovered Georgette Heyer, Anya Seton and Victoria Holt in her school's library. Michelle enjoys writing stories in a wide range of time periods including Roman,...more
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