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  • Lovely novella

    I really enjoyed this short. Charlotte was delightful.

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  • friends to lovers

    I enjoyed Maya Rodale's Writing Girls series, so finding this novella was a plus. Three Schemes And A Scandal is a lovely way to tie up lose ends. Take the phone off the hook, kick back, and enjoy this fun, funny story. Our heroine is Lady Charlotte Brandon, sister of the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon. He's the hero from A Groom of One's Own, the 1st book in the series. Charlotte causes trouble, loves matchmaking, and has promised her long suffering brother no more schemes. She doesn't mean any harm but the tale of the "Fashion Disaster of 1825" will be told for a long time. Things backfire a lot. James Beauchamp is our hero. He's back in London after a 5 year Grand Tour of the continent. He just didn't want to come home. He notices right away that his childhood playmate has grown into a lovely young woman. Things get tricky as they had a falling out for which Charlotte never forgave him. Charlotte cooks up a scheme (did you think she wouldn't?) to pair James with her "Fashion Disaster" victim. Of course things backfire and James is drawn into an adventure such as he hasn't experienced since childhood. You'll want to pay attention to a cute part of the plot that is revieled along the way. Don't miss it, it's tragic and funny. Who is George Coney? Has anyone read his autobiography? All will be made clear in good time. Happy reading.

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