All's Fair in Love and Scandal (Scandalous, Book 2.5) by Caroline Linden

By Caroline Linden

"**Nothing wagered…**

Douglas Bennet can’t withstand a superb guess, in particular no longer person who includes a stunning lady. while a pal proposes an audacious plan to show the main infamous lady in England, Douglas consents right away. in the end, it'd be fairly a coup to find the real id of woman Constance, writer of the notorious erotic serial scandalizing the *ton*, *50 how one can Sin*.

**Nothing won…**

Madeline Wilde is used to being pursued. For years she’s cultivated a name for being impossible and mysterious, and for reliable cause: her livelihood will depend on discretion. whilst Douglas turns his mythical appeal on her, she dismisses him as simply one other rake. yet he surprises her—instead of simply attempting to seduce her, he turns into her friend…her confidant…and her lover. yet can it particularly result in happily-ever-after…or are they approximately to develop into the largest scandal London has ever seen?

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HOW LITTLE MARGERY WAS MADE 25 PRINCIPAL OF A COUNTRY COLLEGE. MRS. WILLIAMS, who kept a college for instructing little gentlemen and ladies in the Science of A, B, C, was at this time very old and infirm, and wanted to give up teaching. This being told to Sir William Dove, who lived in the parsent for Mrs. Williams, and desired ish, he she would examine Little Two Shoes, and see whether she was qualified for the office. This was done, and Mrs. Williams made the following report in her favor, namely, that Little Margery was the best scholar, and had the best head and the best heart of any one she had examined.

Ed ag Shoes taught her to spell set up pear, plum, She soon top, ball, pin, puss, dog, hog, fawn, buck, doe, lamb, sheep, ram, co\v, bull, cock, hen, and many more. The next place we came to was Gaffer Cook's cottage. Here a number of poor children were met to who all came round little Margery at once learn ; ; and, having pulled out her letters she asked the He little boy next her what he had for dinner. 1 The History 8 of answered bread (the poor children in many places live very hard). " He put up the letter B, to which the next added r, and the next e, the next a, the next d, and it stood thus, Bread.

Soft words and hard arguments. Honey catches more flies than vinegar. To forget a wrong is the best revenge. Patience Where When is a plaster for pride goes, all shame sores. will follow. vice enters the room, vengeance is near the door. Industry her left. is Make much fortune's right hand, of threepence, or and frugality you ne'er will be worth a groat. LESSON A lie III. stands upon one leg, but truth upon two. When a man talks much, believe but half he says. Fair words butter no parsnips. Bad company poisons the mind.

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