In a less than sober moment, London’s two most notorious rakes—the Earl of Manderville and the Duke of Rothay—placed a very public wager. REVIEW: An Indecent Proposition by Emma Wildes. JaneBook Reviews / C Reviews Category / C+ Reviews10 Comments. Dear Ms. Wildes. It’s the talk of the town. London’s two most notorious rakes have placed a very public wager on which of them is the greatest lover. But what woman of beauty.
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But what woman of beauty, intelligence, and discernment would consent to judge such a contest?
Lady Carolyn Wynn is the last woman anyone would expect to step forward. This book should come with a warning-may lose your heart! It was fun, romantic, original and sexy!
However,it did kind of get a little drawn out toward the end… Still, I absolutely loved the idea of the equally talented rakes and I loved uncovering the great men they really were underneath their devilish exterior! And boy were they sexy! Final Verdict-It may not be the best romance but it is a must-read!
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An Indecent Proposition