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The Importance of Being Scandalous by Kimberly  Bell
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it was amazing

This book was such a delightful read. Ms. Bell has created characters that are not your typical Regency hero and heroine. I loved that! Amelia Bishop is engaged to Lord Montrose and when she tries to end it, he refuses to call the engagement off. Amelia enlists the help of her childhood friend, Nicholas Wakefield, and together they'll pull off one scandal after another. Can Amelia see that the perfect man for her is right in front of her eyes?

This was a very entertaining story especially with the different scandals Amelia tries, but Jasper, Nicholas's friend and heir to a dukedom, and Amelia's sister, Julia, nearly steal the show. Jasper was funny, witty and oh so deliciously scandalous and Julia's take no prisoners attitude was a refreshing change from the usual one-dimensional secondary characters. I can't wait to read their story.

Fans of Regency romance will definitely enjoy this book.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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June 27, 2017 – Shelved

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