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Publisher's Summary

When Lady Gabriella Banning receives word that her half brother, the Earl of Wickham, has died on his tea plantation, she faces the reality that she and her younger sisters are suddenly penniless - unless she thinks fast. Arranging Claire’s London season, Gabby pretends that Marcus is still alive, just until Claire can marry a fabulously wealthy nobleman. But when a handsome gentleman arrives claiming to be Marcus, Gabby’s plan backfires. If she exposes this mysterious stranger’s deceit, she exposes her own. Bound by secrets and lies, Gabby and the roguish adventurer strike sparks - and soon London society is abuzz over the scandalous “siblings” who appear to be falling in love....
©2010 Karen Robards (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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Critic Reviews

"Fast-paced....so much fun to read.” ( Midwest Book Review)
>“Robards is one terrific storyteller.” ( Chicago Tribune)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Karen on 10-24-10

Unexpected plot twists

As a romance novel junkie for over 30 years, I was actually pleasantly surprised by a couple of the plot changes in this book. Robards did a good job on this story. Well worth the listen. Good narrator.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By Lady M on 03-06-13

Good Story!

Unlike some I've listen to lately, "Scandalous" actually has a story worth listening to ... intrigue, scandal and romance.

It seems Justine Eyre's performance depends on the book she's reading -- she did well narrating "Scandalous".

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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