From Publishers Weekly
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When Princess Caroline threatens to publish her potentially treasonous memoirs—The Book of Scandal—as part of divorce-negotiating tactics against her husband, Prince George, Nathan Grey, the Earl of Lindsey, doesn’t expect to hear that his wife, Evelyn, may be one of those named in the gossip-rich book. To protect Evelyn and himself from any political repercussions, Nathan sets off for London to bring his wife home. Evelyn is equally determined to find a way to convince Nathan to divorce her, but as Evelyn discovers more about what really happened after tragedy struck their lives three years earlier, she begins to wonder if she really does want to end their marriage after all. London deftly blends a subtle sense of characterization, elegant writing, and a dash of danger into her latest beautifully crafted Regency historical as she fashions an emotionally powerful tale of two married people who find themselves falling in love all over again. –John Charles