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Publisher pitch: Entangled Scandalous, Mar 2014

15 March 2014

Entangled ScandalousHistorical romance lovers rejoice! We have some fantastic titles that I’m super excited to offer this month from the Scandalous imprint. My favorite part of the job is getting to read the titles early so I can brag to my friends that I get to read everything before they do. Don’t judge me! You’d brag too if you got to preview authors like Callie Hutton, Robyn DeHart and, new to Entangled, but not to historical romance, Joan Avery. Don’t forget, all Entangled new books are offered at just 99c the first two weeks of release—so stock up on our steals and deals every Monday!

Scandalous coversThe Duke’s Quandary by Callie Hutton

First up this March is The Duke’s Quandary, the much-anticipated sequel to Callie Hutton’s, The Elusive Wife. In this book, the sexy Duke of Manchester is searching the Marriage Mart for the perfect bride—someone poised, sophisticated, and worthy of the title, Duchess. Miss Penelope Clayton, a woman he’s charged with finding a husband for, is none of those things. The socially awkward botanist doesn’t want to get married at all. So why is does he find it so hard to resist her?

No Ordinary Mistress by Robyn DeHart

No Ordinary Mistress kicks off Robyn DeHart’s brand new series set in Regency England—a departure from her Victorian romances of last year. Emma Masterson and Remington Hawthorne are both spies for the Crown and must pose as lovers to catch a traitor. Pretending to be his mistress isn’t difficult—but remembering it is all a ruse proves to be quite a challenge.

Love’s Revenge by Joan Avery

Love’s Revenge, by Joan Avery, is set in the United States during 1879. Kate Baker has been mother to her dead sister’s child for two years when the boy’s maddening and handsome father returns with the intention of taking him from her. Torn by attraction, driven by hatred, tempered by their love for a child, Stephen and Kate fight their growing feelings across the country to the wilds of Colorado.

Don’t forget to visit our website for all the Scandalous titles and come like our Facebook page where we like to talk about all kinds of things … like hot heroes and gorgeous dresses and … I probably had you at hot heroes.

Have a great day,
Gwen Hayes
Editorial Director, Entangled Scandalous

One Comment
  1. helensibbritt permalink
    15 March 2014 5:23 pm

    I love historicals and love the sound of these 🙂

    Have Fun
    Helen

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