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One Night of Scandal

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Can one night of scandal lead to a lifetime of love in this delightful Regency?

Carlotta Anne Fairleigh has spent most of her girlhood savoring the thrilling pleasures of Gothic novels. She dreams of writing her own story of murder and mayhem, but when a bungled spying attempt ignites a torrid scandal on the very night of her debut into London society, she finds herself cast as the reluctant heroine in a real-life drama. Her reputation in ruins, she finds herself whisked away to a forbidding mansion on the rugged coast of Cornwall by Hayden St. Clair, the man society has dubbed "the Murderous Marquess." 

The intrepid Lottie refuses to be intimidated by the ghost of his first wife, who is rumored to wander the mansion by night, wailing for justice. It is Hayden himself who proves to be the greatest danger. For only by surrendering herself to him, body and soul, can she discover if the seductive pleasures of his touch will bring her chills or thrills, doom or delight.

Praise for Teresa Medeiros and New York Times bestseller ONE NIGHT OF SCANDAL

“In both humorous and sensual scenes, Medeiros’s talent touches every page, making One Night of Scandal glisten like gold.”—Publishers Weekly

“A fantastic story and pure Teresa Medeiros…fun, exciting romantic. A definite keeper and a soon-to-be classic.”—A Romance Review

“Romance, passion, mystery, tenderness and humor are blended to perfection by a true master of the craft. No wonder Medeiros is adored by fans both new and old!”—Romantic Times

“A delight! Inviting…beguiling…an exceptional read filled with charming characters who tug at the heartstrings.”—Romance Reviews Today

“Only a select few have voices that sing on the page. Teresa Medeiros is such an author.”—Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel


From Publishers Weekly

09 June 2003 – The plot of Medeiros's newest Regency (after A Kiss to Remember) is far from new a lively new wife turns her husband's household topsy-turvy but aligns everyone's hearts but Medeiros brings a confidence and keen pacing to her story that lifts it above other such tales. Lottie Fairleigh, an aspiring Gothic novelist known as the Hertfordshire Hellion, finds herself in another scrape when she's discovered kissing Hayden St. Clair, the "Murderous Marquess," just before her coming-out ball. But for the first time, Lottie can't talk her way out of trouble, and she's swiftly married and packed off to Cornwall, where the ghost of the marquess's supposedly murdered first wife haunts the mansion. Faced with a bratty stepdaughter and deprived of the comfort of her new husband's arms and bed Lottie believes the ghost is the least of her problems... or perhaps the key to solving them. Lottie's damn-the-torpedoes spirit and flights of Northanger Abbey like fancy form this romance's sparkling core. The marquess, while just as sympathetic, has only to be shown the errors of his ways by Lottie's adventurous example. In both humorous and sensual scenes, veteran writer Medeiros's talent touches every page, making this romance glisten like gold.
One Night of Scandal
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  • Category: Historical
  • Published: 18 January 2013
  • Publisher: Teresa Medeiros
  • Print Length: 400 Pages
  • Language: English
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