Three Schemes and a Scandal



Scheme: A folly, a swan, a little lie…a compromising position
Lady Charlotte Brandon is always up to something, but somehow her best schemes for matchmaking often end in disaster.
Scheme: A family feud, outrageously false rumors, a shattered priceless vase…an even more compromising position
It’s no wonder she’s considered by at least one devastatingly handsome man to be devious, destructive, and dangerously appealing.
Scheme: A fox, a rabbit, a childhood foe, and a dashing rogue…the proposal to end all proposals
It’s high time someone turned the tables on the lovely Lady Charlotte, and James Beauchamp is just the man to do it. Even if it means beating Charlotte at her devious game with a scandalous scheme of his own.





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Lady Charlotte had promised: No More Schemes. Under pain of banishment to the country for the remainder of the season…Charlotte had solemnly vowed not to undertake any matchmaking, tempt fate, alter one’s destiny, or in any way meddle with the course of the universe.

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In which two young ladies gossip about utterly “inappropriate” matters, particularly what Charlotte did while locked in folly for nearly an hour with the very dashing James Beauchamp.

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  • A novella slightly related to the Writing Girl romance series.
  • Pub Date: 10/02/12
  • Publisher: Avon
  • ISBN: 978-0062230805

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