Bronwyn Scott writes historical romances for Harlequin, Mills and Boon. She has 50 titles currently in print with them.
Bronwyn Scott writes historical romances for Harlequin, Mills and Boon. Bronwyn's 2018 release, Dancing with the Duke's Heir was RITA finalist. Bronwyn's 2009 novel, The Viscount Claims His Bride was a RomCon finalist for best short historical, as was her 2011 release, A Thoroughly Compromised Lady. Other books in the series. The Rakes Beyond Redemption (3 books).
Books related to How to Sin Successfully (Mills & Boon Historical) .
Books related to How to Sin Successfully (Mills & Boon Historical) (Rakes Beyond Redemption, Book 3). Skip this list. Some Like It Wicked (Mills & Boon Historical) (Daring Duchesses, Book 1). Carole Mortimer. Historical Romance May 2017 Books 1 - 4: The Secret Marriage Pact, A Warriner to Protect Her, Claiming His Defiant Miss, Rumors at Court (Mills & Boon e-Book Collections).
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Strong, brooding, bright and prone to huffy fits of bossing people about, they were Alpha males before we even knew what that meant. Most had aquiline noses (pity me in the days before Google), chiselled cheekbones and sensual mouths.
This book can be found in: Romance & Erotica Historical romance. How to Sin Successfully - Mills & Boon Largeprint Historical 463 (Hardback). But it won't stay like that for long. Bronwyn Scott (author).
Bronwyn Scott is the author of over 50 books.
Format Paperback 288 pages. Bronwyn Scott is the author of over 50 books.
How To Sin Successfully.
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Genuine Saxon, by the soul of Hengist!" shouted Cedric-"And thesixth?" he continued with eagerness-"how name you the sixth?" "The sixth," said the Palmer, after a pause, in which he seemed torecollect himself.
Genuine Saxon, by the soul of Hengist!" shouted Cedric-"And thesixth?" he continued with eagerness-"how name you the sixth?" "The sixth," said the Palmer, after a pause, in which he seemed torecollect himself, "was a young knight of lesser renown and lower rank,assumed into that honourable company, less to aid their enterprise thanto make up their number-his name dwells not in my memory.
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