London s Wicked Affair

In Anabelle Bryant’s wickedly romantic new series, secrets and seduction go hand in hand .

London s Wicked Affair

In Anabelle Bryant’s wickedly romantic new series, secrets and seduction go hand in hand . . . Lunden Beckford, Duke of Scarsdale, has chosen to exile himself far from London, with its painful memories and cruel gossip. Forced back to town on business, he’s eager to make his stay as brief as possible. But first, he must honor his promise to find a suitable husband for his friend’s little sister. On one hand, Amelia Strathmore has grown into a stunning, statuesque beauty. On the other, the willful chit is more likely to scandalize a drawing room with her outspoken opinions than blush prettily. At least she agrees to accept his help—if he fulfills certain conditions . . . Though duty-bound to marry, Amelia longs to secretly enjoy some of life’s freedoms first. In this, as in many things, Lunden proves an excellent guide. In fact, Amelia’s girlhood admiration for her brother’s friend is fast becoming something far less innocent. Lunden believes he’s known too much darkness to offer any woman happiness. Yet Amelia is starting to see how much pleasure can lie within the right partnership—especially if one is willing to be a little wicked . . .

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London s Best Kept Secret

A deliciously sexy and passionate tale for fans of Lisa Kleypas, Anabelle Bryant’s latest Regency romance features a devious lord who will stop at nothing to possess the lady of his dreams…but can she keep his secret? In monetary matters, Jeremy Lockhart, Viscount Dearing, is used to being in control, but from his first sight of Lady Charlotte, his carefully cultivated world is rocked to its foundations. Determined to best her other, more eligible suitors, he goes to great lengths to ensure his betrothal to Charlotte. A locked black leather box holds the dark secret that has assured his success. Innocent Lady Charlotte is baffled by her new husband’s behavior. Why does Lord Dearing seem so distant one day, and so attentive the next? Her family’s dire financial straits did not allow her the luxury of an extended courtship. If only she could entice him into the marriage bed! When at last Charlotte’s efforts are rewarded, she revels in Jeremy’s unexpectedly bold possessiveness. But outside of their bedchambers, her groom’s guardedness quickly returns. Passion is no longer enough for sweet Charlotte, who vows to unlock the mystery of this complicated man. The truth, however, might be more than her principled heart is prepared to handle. . . .

London s Late Night Scandal

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London s Late Night Scandal

In Anabelle Bryant’s novel of unexpected romance, a lord and lady learn that not all emotions can be expressed in the light of day . . . Chief Officer of the Society for the Intellectually Advanced, Lord Matthew Strathmore, Earl of Whittingham, takes his position very seriously. Not only does it distract him from the painful aftermath of a gunshot wound to the leg, earned most honorably, it is important work. So he feels duty-bound to question esteemed scientist Lord Talbot about a suspect article. Matthew dashes from London to Oxfordshire, despite wretched weather that only exacerbates his injury, reminding him he is far from the dashing gentleman he once was . . . Theodosia, Lord Talbot’s granddaughter, has inherited his gift for inquiry, enjoying her pursuits safely away from the artifice of London society. But her identity as the true author of Talbot’s article is about to be exposed. And if Matthew expects a dour bluestocking, surprises abound. Not only do Theodosia’s botanical concoctions soothe his leg, he’s clearly attracted by her delicate beauty. But dare she hope for more? It will take an urgent trip to London for both to discover how passion and lasting love can ignite under the cover of darkness . . . “Those who enjoy headstrong heroines will appreciate [Amelia’s] story.” —Publishers Weekly on London’s Wicked Affair

An Affair Most Wicked

... take part in a wild and wicked affair. She'd brushed too close to scandal once
before and did not wish to do so again. She had come to England to avoid that
sort of thing. How had she managed to stumble across the worst rogue in London
?

An Affair Most Wicked

Clara Wilson has come all the way to London to clear her name (after her wilfulness has left her quite unweddable across the ocean). But before she even has a chance to practise her curtsey, she stumbles into the arms of Seger Wolfe, Marquess of Rawdon. Clara has never felt love before, but she has no doubt when she meets the Marquess that this is what it feels like. Too bad love is the last thing on her mind—she's here to find a husband, not a rake. Every good gossip knows that the notoriously wealthy Marquess loved and lost years ago, and few have missed the way his broken heart drove him from society ballrooms into society ladies' bedrooms. But when he meets the misplaced Clara Wilson at one of the town's ever-so-scandalous secret balls, the desire he feels for her is too strong, and it pulls him back into the swirl of aristocratic London. Now he finds himself competing for the heart of the inappropriate beauty, and risking his own heart in the game.

London Affair An International Love Story

Aside from having a wicked reputation with women, Reese knew Ben had a thing
about taking care of people who needed help. She was just going to have to
make it clear to him that she wasn't one of those people. The idea of him pitying
her, ...

London Affair  An International Love Story

In Rhyannon Byrd's London Affair a dangerous web of passion, deception and intrigue unfolds into an explosive love story... Perfect for fans of Sylvia Day, J. Kenner and Jodi Ellen Malpas. This brings together The Weekend, The Chase and The Confession together for the first time. American art-history graduate Emmy Reed is in London, hoping to land her dream job by getting an exclusive scoop on a famous reclusive artist. When a dangerous encounter throws her into the path of millionaire playboy Jase Beckett, Emmy is grateful for his quick-thinking - but equally determined to turn down his proposal to be his date for a family wedding. That is, until she discovers that her sought-after artist is his grandfather. Tired of the game-playing women in his circle, Jase finds Emmy refreshingly fascinating. And as the weekend progresses and they work together to survive his insufferable family's devious scheming, Emmy and Jase find themselves drowning in an intoxicating sexual chemistry that leaves them both desperate for more...and reeling emotionally. When their stunning weekend is over, neither is ready to let go. But dark secrets surround the Beckett family - can their fledgling relationship survive the damaging revelations to come? 'From London to the English countryside, Jase and Emmy burn up the sheets in...Rhyannon Byrd's London Affair' P.T. Michelle, New York Times bestselling author 'London Affair is signature Rhyannon Byrd - exciting, sexy, and romantic. Byrd brilliantly crafts a steamy love story with a couple that dazzles, and I couldn't put it down!' Virna DePaul, New York Times bestselling author Looking for more sexy reads from Rhyannon Byrd? Check out the steamy Dangerous Tides titles: Take Me Under, Make Me Yours and Keep Me Closer.

Authentick memoirs of the wicked life and transactions of Elizabeth Jeffryes spinster who was executed on Saturday March 28 1752 on Epping Forest near Walthamstow For being concern d in the murder of Joseph Jeffryes also a full account of the life behaviour and confession of John Swan who was executed with her for committing the said murder

Affair was not yet determined ; that Mattbews did not continue long in Mr. Jeffreys
Service , but afterwards there were several Discourses paffed between Swan and
Matthews , in relation to this Affair ; that they went to London together , and was ...

Authentick memoirs of the wicked life and transactions of Elizabeth Jeffryes  spinster  who was executed on Saturday  March 28  1752  on Epping Forest  near Walthamstow  For being concern d in the murder of     Joseph Jeffryes     also a full account of the life  behaviour  and confession of John Swan  who was executed with her  for committing the said murder


The London Magazine Or Gentleman s Monthly Intelligencer

... that is to say , is evidently an affair that relates to y punishment inflicted upon
this serthe freedom of our elections , and as jeant and corporal , is , in my opi . it
does , we are in duty bound to nion , either wicked , or at least the inquire into it ;
for ...

The London Magazine  Or  Gentleman s Monthly Intelligencer


London s Most Elusive Earl

From USA Today bestselling author Anabelle Bryant comes a thrilling novel of unexpected passion--and its surprising consequences .

London s Most Elusive Earl

From USA Today bestselling author Anabelle Bryant comes a thrilling novel of unexpected passion--and its surprising consequences . . . "Your philandering ways need to come to an end. I'll not have my heritage die by your foolish neglect." Lord Jonathan Cromford, Earl of Lindsey, is not surprised by his cold-hearted late father's will and the numerous conditions for claiming his inheritance. But requiring that the rogue first produce an heir is beyond the pale. Still, there was nothing for it but to sacrifice his desires for the sake of his well-being. Temporarily, at least. Yet when Lindsey accidentally meets Lady Caroline Nicholson, he finds that his life is suddenly full of the unexpected . . . Recently returned to London from Italy, Caroline won't allow the questionable circumstances of her family's hasty departure to overshadow her desire to marry well. With the help of her society-savvy cousins, she intends to be engaged before the season ends. But even her best laid plans do not prevent her from becoming tongue-tied upon meeting legendary rakehell, the Earl of Lindsey. She can only hope their instant attraction won't devastate her future, much less her reputation. Still, as chemistry and fate throw them together, both Caroline and Lindsey may have to choose between comfort and pleasure, fear and truth, security and risk . . . "Those who enjoy headstrong heroines will appreciate [Amelia's] story." --Publishers Weekly on London's Wicked Affair

Wicked Baby

'Wicked Baby' is a novella based on the events of the Profumo Affair, a tale of innocence corrupted that dares to imagine the complex desires and motives behind a very English scandal.

Wicked Baby

It's 1960, and a seventeen-year old girl is alone in London. While working as a dancer in a club, she meets a jaded society doctor who introduces her to rich and powerful men. But Christine Keeler is much more than just another empty-headed beauty. Privy to secrets that threaten the heart of government, she is hunted down and forced to tell the truth as she sees it. 'Wicked Baby' is a novella based on the events of the Profumo Affair, a tale of innocence corrupted that dares to imagine the complex desires and motives behind a very English scandal.

A History of the Royal College of Physicians of London

... we have thought it to be chiefly and before all things necessary to withstand in
good time the attempts of the wicked, and to curb the ... in our City of London and
the suburbs, and within seven miles from that City on every side: Whose care it
will be, as we hope, ... and all men of the same faculty and their affairs: And that
the same President and College or Commonalty shall have perpetual succession
and.

A History of the Royal College of Physicians of London

Volume 4 examines the way in which the Royal College of Physicians has adapted to far-reaching changes in medical knowledge, social attitudes and the organization of health. At the same time it illuminates the history of the NHS and examines controversial public issues such as smoking.

His Wicked Reputation

When he returned they would journey to London. This morning, in the dark before
dawn, their affair had ended. Inevitable, that. Even continuing this long had been
risky. Sorrow touched her heart when she thought about it, relieved only by the ...

His Wicked Reputation

From New York Times bestselling author Madeline Hunter comes the first novel in a Wicked regency romance trilogy about three irresistibly attractive brothers... Gareth Fitzallen is celebrated for four things: his handsome face, his notable charm, his aristocratic connections, and an ability to give the kind of pleasure that has women begging for more. Normally he bestows his talents on experienced, worldly women. But when he heads to Langdon’s End to restore a property he inherited—and to investigate a massive art theft—he lays plans to seduce a most unlikely lady. Eva Russell lives a spinster’s life of precarious finances and limited dreams while clinging to her family’s old gentry status. She supports herself by copying paintings while she plots to marry her lovely sister to a well-established man. Everyone warns her of Gareth’s reputation, and advises her to lock her sister away. Only it is not her sister Gareth desires. One look, and she knows he is trouble. One kiss, however, proves she is no match for this master of seduction.

The London Magazine Or Gentleman s Monthly Intelligencer

... endeavoured to now , that sholy and wicked affair . instead of putting ducats
into Mr. Ashley's On Saturday , March 14 ... and while the judge ducat about him
when he went out of was making a moving and pathetick speech London : That
he ...

The London Magazine  Or  Gentleman s Monthly Intelligencer


The Angry Tide

'Did he hear it?' 'He should have done.' 'Did you mean it?' 'No.' They turned back,
towards the top of the Garden and the better houses. 'So ... I never thought when I
came to London that I should be involved in such a childish, wicked affair as ...

The Angry Tide

The basis of the fourth season of the television phenomenon starring Aidan Turner, The Angry Tide is the seventh novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series. Cornwall, towards the end of the 18th century. Ross Poldark sits for the borough of Truro as Member of Parliament - his time divided between London and Cornwall, his heart divided about his wife, Demelza. His old feud with George Warleggan still flares - as does the illicit love between Morwenna and Drake, Demelza's brother. Before the new century dawns, George and Ross will be drawn together by a loss greater than their rivalry - and Morwenna and Drake by a tragedy that brings them hope . . . The Angry Tide is followed by the eighth book in the Poldark series, The Stranger From The Sea.

A Foreign and Wicked Institution

London Foundling Hospital, pry into the personal lives of the mothers who
wished to place their illegitimate babies with the sisters. “The managers have no
desire to inquire into the private affairs of those who desire to place children in
the ...

A Foreign and Wicked Institution

Many in Victorian England harbored deep suspicion of convent life. In addition to looking at anti-Catholicism and the fear of both Anglican and Catholic sisterhoods that were established during the nineteenth century, this work explores the prejudice that existed against women in Victorian England who joined sisterhoods and worked in orphanages and in education and were comitted to social work among the urban poor. Women, according to some of these critics, should remain passive in matters of religion. Nuns, however, did play an important role in many areas of life in nineteenth-century England and faced hostility from many who felt threatened and challenged by members of female religious orders. The accomplishments of the nineteenth-century nuns and the opposition they overcame should serve as both an example and encouragement to all men and women committed to the Gospel.

Heaven and its Wonders and Hell Originally published in Latin at London A D 1758

Since truths derived from good have all power , therefore no power at all belongs
to falses derived from evil . ... and talk , like them , on various subjects , such as
domestic affairs , social affairs , and matters pertaining to moral and spiritual life .

Heaven and its Wonders  and Hell      Originally published in Latin at London  A D  1758


The London Stage

Then , if she should tempt advance me that sum yourself ? me to be wicked- . I
mean vicious ? I love wicked Item ... What a fatiguing affair pleasure - huntwould
entreat , I would conjure you not to execute ing is ! Oh ! that I could once more
meet ...

The London Stage


London Magazine

28 Spencer says , JÉRE there only one wicked per . ... Even one wicked man
ferves to keep an . ... chac after the surprize wag over , of affairs abroad , to bem
that the war on our privateers must be much larger and the continent not being an
E ...

London Magazine


Divorced Beheaded Sold

John Pasmer, with whom she was currently living, had originally been a tenant of
both Martin and Joan in London before they ... He claimed that Joan and John
Pasmer were having a 'lewd' and 'wicked' affair, which had led them to 'enrich' ...

Divorced  Beheaded  Sold

A fresh perspective on the seamy side of history. Maria Nicolaou has done considerable research into the largely unexplored area of divorce and marital separation from the Tudor period to the early Victorian era. Divorced, Beheaded, Sold is full of scandalous, little-known stories of wife sale, marital discord and audacious escapades of errant spouses, this is an interesting, as well as informative read in the same vein as Maureen Waller's The English Marriage and Kate Summerscale's Mrs Robinson's Disgrace. Maria Nicolaou reveals how people ended their marriages in the days before divorce was readily available from committing bigamy to selling a wife at market. Her book is full of colourful characters and warring spouses, like Con Philips, who fought off her husband with a gun filled with firework powder; the Duke of Grafton, who hired an army of detectives to spy on his wife and obtain proof of her adultery; and Marion Jones, who recruited a gang to take back her property from her husband.