Guest Post: How to be scandalous in Georgian England with Author Wendy LaCapra

One to be added to my TBR List…

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Hi y’all!

Today is such an exciting day! I have an awesome author in the book room~

Please give a huge welcome to Wendy LaCapra for being my guest Author today!

Wendy’s here to give y’all some crash course history facts about being scandalous in Georgian times.

Not a list of how “to be” scandalous, which would have been fantastic and plenty to list, but these scandals involves some pretty famous folks during their times.

~Take it away!

How to be Scandalous in Georgian England

Thank you so much for having me, Ki! I am so glad to be joining you on Doing Some Reading. For my guest post, I’d like to talk a bit about Scandal in Georgian London.

While researching the stories of Georgian-era men and women who either flirted with or fell into disgrace, I discovered Georgians were far more tolerant of ‘bad behavior’ than the Victorians…

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Review: If the Viscount Falls (The Dukes Men #4) by Sabrina Jeffries

Sabrina Jeffries is one of my FAVORITE authors…

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Blurb:From New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries, the deliciously sexy fourth book in the “Duke’s Men” Regency romance series—the first of which was called “a totally engaging, adventurous love story” (RT Book Reviews, Top Pick).

The heir presumptive to the Viscount Rathmoor, Dominick Manton once had his heart’s desire within reach—a bright future as a barrister and engagement to Jane Vernon, a wealthy baron’s daughter. Then a shattering betrayal by his vindictive brother George snatched away Dom’s inheritance and his hopes of offering Jane a secure future. Brokenhearted, and attempting to end their engagement without destroying Jane’s VFreputation, Dom staged a betrayal of his own to convince her that he’s not the husband-to-be that she thought.

Now George is gone and the viscountcy restored to Dom, since his brother’s widow, Nancy—Jane’s cousin and closest confidant—never bore an heir. But when Nancy goes missing, a panicked Jane calls on…

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