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Prince of Scandal is the first book in USA Today best-selling author, Angelique Armae's, Best-selling Regency series Seduced by Scandal.
A prince who can't afford another sin...
As the seventh son of King Bertram II of Countavia, Prince Frederick knows the cruel reality of having been born after the cut off for counting among princes. Even while still in the cradle, king and tutors alike grilled Freddie of his designation as the expendable son his father would never grieve over should he ever have to sacrifice his life at war. So when the enticing Lady Eliza Littlefield strikes up a friendship with him strictly for the kind, loveable man she sees at his core, he does the only thing that comes natural to him...he pushes her away. Now she's returned. And Freddie is still just as much in love with her today, as he was when he'd dismissed her for her own good two years back.
Falls for a lady in need of a scandal...
Nothing short of a ruined reputation will allow Lady Eliza Littlefield to escape her pending marriage to the beastly earl her brother promised her to. But bringing on scandal will also destroy any chances she has at keeping the orphanage she runs. So when her old friend Freddie Baine re-enters her world, she has little choice but to accept his help. Though being found in his bed at Montgrieve House - headquarters to the Crown's covert operation to bring down Countavia's anti-monarchist movement, operating under the guise of a brothel - isn't what she had planned. Now she's compromised everything, including Freddie's hunt for the realm's most notorious serial killer. Courting scandal has never been this dangerous.
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- Melissa Jenkins-Fenderson
What a guilty pleasure!
I have to say, what a guilty pleasure this was! It pulled me in within the first few minutes. The narrator brought to life the characters of Lizzy and her Freddy with such skill that she made it impossible not to feel pulled in by their intrigue, and easy banter. Would recommend both the book and the narrator!