In a less than sober moment, London’s two most notorious rakes—the Earl of Manderville and the Duke of Rothay—placed a very public wager. REVIEW: An Indecent Proposition by Emma Wildes. JaneBook Reviews / C Reviews Category / C+ Reviews10 Comments. Dear Ms. Wildes. An Indecent Proposition by Emma Wildes. Setting, Regency Period. Summary-. It’s the talk of the town. London’s two most notorious rakes.
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An Indecent Proposition
Final Verdict-It may not be the best romance but it is a must-read! I love historical romances that aren’t overly sexual, with great chemistry and witty dialogue. Lady Carolyn Wynn is the last woman anyone would expect to step forward. I don’t like it when a H and H jump into bed with each really quickly and if a romance can give me that warm, fuzzy feeling after I read it, it’s considered a great read!
Caroline accepts the challenge because her life needs a change.
It was fun, imdecent, original and sexy! This book should come with a warning-may lose your heart! Lady Carolyn Wynn is the last woman anyone would expect to step forward Post was not sent – check your email addresses!
However,it did kind of get a little drawn out toward the end… Still, I porposition loved the idea of the equally talented rakes and I loved uncovering the great men they really were underneath their devilish exterior! Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Join other followers Welcome!
You are commenting using your Facebook account. This site reviews and previews the best historical romance novels set in the late ‘s dmma the early ‘s England, including Georgian romances, Regencies, Victorians and wuldes some Edwardian romance! Emma Wilde’s historical romances are better than any of the other few I’ve read because her plots are more interesting, as are her main characters.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Emma Wildes Regency Romance on May 10, at 4: Be warned, there are some very steamy scenes! Penguin- Fiction – pages. You are commenting using your Twitter account. But what woman of beauty, intelligence, and discernment would consent to judge such a contest? I loved this so much propksition I re-read the ending about 4 times.
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