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Scandal of the Year By Olivia Drake,

  • Title: Scandal of the Year
  • Author: Olivia Drake
  • ISBN: 9780312943479
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • The youngest of the Crompton heiresses, Blythe yearns to marry into the aristocracy to bolster her family s place in society The widowed Duke of Savoy seems to be the perfect choice, yet it s another man who sets her heart to pounding the new footman, James He s devilishly handsome and far fascinating than any of her noble suitors And he alone has the power to stThe youngest of the Crompton heiresses, Blythe yearns to marry into the aristocracy to bolster her family s place in society The widowed Duke of Savoy seems to be the perfect choice, yet it s another man who sets her heart to pounding the new footman, James He s devilishly handsome and far fascinating than any of her noble suitors And he alone has the power to stir her romantic dreams.Little does she know, however, James Ryding is the true heir to the Crompton fortune He s posing as a servant in order to find evidence to prove her parents are imposters By charming Blythe, he hopes to use her to regain his rightful inheritance But as heat flares between them, he realizes that fulfilling his quest will mean ruining the beautiful, spirited woman who has captured his heart.
    Scandal of the Year The youngest of the Crompton heiresses Blythe yearns to marry into the aristocracy to bolster her family s place in society The widowed Duke of Savoy seems to be the perfect choice yet it s another

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    1. The first part of this book,I swear I was in total danger of falling asleep.I love historical romances,they are one of my go to comfort reads.Unfortunately,this book did not really put me in that zone.The heroine got on my nerves ,but as usual,loved the hero.What redeemed this book for me was the second part of the book where there was interaction between hero and heroine.Not really sure if I will read this author again.

    2. The youngest of the Crompton heiresses, Blythe yearns to marry into the aristocracy to bolster her family s place in society The widowed Duke of Savoy seems to be the perfect choice, yet it s another man who sets her heart to pounding the new footman, James He s devilishly handsome and far fascinating than any of her noble suitors And he alone has the power to stir her romantic dreams.Little does she know, however, James Ryding is the true heir to the Crompton fortune He s posing as a servant i [...]

    3. I m sorry I don t give summaries or synopses here, I m not very good at them and I figure you can read it on the book s page anyway Where to beginwhere to begin First, there are so many characters in this book pretending to be other people, no one comes off cleanly The parents are impostors of the hero s dead cousins the hero is impersonating a footman to investigate does no one call Scotland yard or something then the hero is not only impersonating a footman but a prince of a country that doesn [...]

    4. This is the first novel I ve read of Olivia Drake s I really loved the romance and the plot I absolutely loved James

    5. Book Review of Scandal of the Year By Olivia DrakeJames Ryding has just got word that there may be two strangers posing as his cousins, George and Edith Crompton If this is the case, James must make sure that these people really are his two cousins, and not some impostors before he can bring charges on them and claim his inheritance.First though, James decides to go undercover as a footman at Crompton houses to figure out if these people are really his cousins While undercover as a footman, Jame [...]

    6. SCANDAL OF THE YEAR An Heiress in London Novel by Olivia Drake is a historical romance set in Regency England The plot is easy to follow with a few twists and turns.The characters are believable,engaging and enchanting While this is the third in An Heiress in London novel,it can be read as a stand alone You will see some of the previous characters reappear Book One Seducing The Heirness ,Book Two Never Trust a Rogue.It has deceit,betrayal,love,romance,sweet sensuality,witty banter between the he [...]

    7. All i can say is Meh.Blythe was my only real problem with this story I love the gentleman in disguise premise and the story was a solid and, sometimes enjoyable, read Unfortunately, Blythe was such an idiot She craved attention, only ever did what her parents said even when she wasn t comfortable about it, and did things simply to spite others She was flighty and stupid and really dense She had a number of signs that pointed to him James not being who he said he was and on top of that she does a [...]

    8. 2.0 Sterne Die ersten beiden B nde der Trilogie fand ich noch ganz nett, aber Scandal of The Year ist wirklich nicht empfehlenswert Die Geschichte ist unemotional, unromantisch und total langweilig Die Idee mag ganz nett, wenn auch nicht besonders originell sein, aber die Umsetzung ist z h und langatmig ber weite Strecken passiert wirklich GAR nichts, so rein gar nichts Es gab ein bisschen Gerede, ein bisschen Pl ne schmieden, aber so gut wie keine Interaktionen zwischen den Protagonisten F r mi [...]

    9. This was such a wonderful historical romance I picked it up after recommendations from Twitter so Olivia Drake is a new to me author and sadly I picked this one up and it s the last in the series I m pretty sure I would have enjoyed it if I had read books 1 and 2 as well Blythe not a big fan of that name is the youngest daughter of a wealthy British family and it s finally her turn on the marriage mart Because her family is not of the upper class her mother has her sights on a Duke for Blythe t [...]

    10. For being my first Drake novel I loved it The story was intricate enough to keep me occupied and helped develop the characters nicely The romance felt very real rather than love at first sight which is great but I prefer there to be growth and that is exactly what I felt Scandal of the Year had I always enjoy reversal of roles with one being of higher station than the other and finding that in the male rather than the women being of lower station can sometimes be difficult at least in finding a [...]

    11. I didn t enjoy this book as much as I thought I would And having not read the previous two in this series, I m not entirely sure if they had any correlation to this storyline aside from being Blythe s sisters.I found James and Blythe to be likable characters but towards the end of the book, I felt that it was too rushed to wrap up the storyline that I didn t get any satisfaction in seeing how things resolved And frankly it kinda feels like her parents especially her mother got away with too much [...]

    12. I would have given this book 5 stars for the well written way this book tied the trilogy together and exposed a fraud in the making that was always hinted at in the previous two novels in this series My only problem was that it took a bit longer to get in to than its predecessors, mainly because of the set up, but once it started to heat up, I was far from disappointed In truth, I hated to see it end

    13. Classic historical romance set in London, England I would guess that it was every ton parent s nightmare for their expensively raised daughter to fall for one of the servants, in this case, a footman How can they possibly make this right This was creative and fanciful but the scenario worked for me because most people don t know Jack about geography So I ll stop there before I spoil something good about the story.

    14. This one started out with a terrific bang for me and then got progressively harder to read Drake s style is lovely her book is a pure pleasure to read Unfortunately, I found the plot just a little difficult to swallow The someone is masquerading as my cousin to steal my inheritance line or the Prince of Ambrosia masquerade would have worked for me, but both together were just a little too much I will definitely be checking out the two earlier books in the series, though.

    15. the plot was good but the conflict was confusing there were two conflicts that intertwine or overlap each other but i never doubdted that this book will give me the giddy feeling that it will be a happy ending i simply loved how james and blythe has this certain attraction that they can only understand.

    16. I enjoyed this up until the fake prince storyline Then it was just a little too silly for my liking I thought the story had enough going on with the hero s fake identity and the mystery of the heroine s parents without throwing that in there.This author, better known as Barbara Dawson Smith, wrote some of my keepers, but I wonder if she s just out of ideas.

    17. Blythe is a total TSTL heroine, which is unfortunate because she seemed much bold and interesting from the prior books The instalove with James is pretty meh also I couldn t get through than 30% of the book before just giving up and flipping to the end to find out the truth about the Comptons.

    18. This one starts out a little shifty, as your not sure why the main male is doing the things he is But as the book goes and you discover the deepers meaning and feelings it draws you in on another level

    19. I surprisingly think this is the best book of the series so far The book started off really slow and I had a hard time connecting with the characters, but after a while I found myself very engrossed in the story I definetly can t wait until the next book by this author.

    20. Interesting concept of interactions in the ton and the working class Nicely woven story and good interactions This is the only one I ve read in the series and it s the third in the group Nicely done.

    21. Loved it Even though James is the true and heir and he has to trick Blythe Ah I just loved him and all his witty charm and cute personality with her.

    22. the basic plot was really good but the narration was boring i was also pissed off wid all the characters involved

    23. I wanted to like this book, but the characters just annoyed me Blythe was perhaps the worst She was silly, spineless and selfish.

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