Review: Love and Other Scandals by Caroline Linden
Aug 10, 2013
Joan Bennet is tired of being a wallflower. Thanks to some deliciously scandalous—and infamous—stories, she has a pretty good idea of what she's missing as a spinster. Is even a short flirtation too much to ask for?
Is Worth a Little Scandal...
Tristan, Lord Burke, recognizes Joan at once for what she is: trouble. Not only is she his best friend's sister, she always seems to catch him at a disadvantage. The only way he can win an argument is by kissing her senseless. He'd give anything to get her out of her unflattering gowns. But either one of those could cost him his bachelor status, which would be dreadful—wouldn't it?
I gave this book a
Love and Other Scandals by Caroline Linden is a historical delight! Linden give us an intelligent and endearing heroine whose sparing with the handsome Tristan keeps readers turning the page. This fun, fresh tale set in Regency England tantalize readers as Tristan and Joan begin a unique mating dance. Joan learns of the pain Tristan holds deep and sees the man she wants, even if scandal threatens. Tristan in turn finally finds everything he has ever wanted. Love and Other Scandals by Caroline Linden is a keeper.