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A Shocking Scandal. . .The last thing the Portrait Divorcée needs is to have her name connected to that of the equally infamous Brimstone. But the infuriating rake has made it very clear that hes bent on nothing less than her complete surrender.MoreA Shocking Scandal. . .The last thing the Portrait Divorcée needs is to have her name connected to that of the equally infamous Brimstone. But the infuriating rake has made it very clear that hes bent on nothing less than her complete surrender. Rich widows take lovers. Poor divorcées become mistresses. And those with powerful families tread carefully, lest they incite their familys wrath, a tragic outcome shes all too familiar with. . .Is Well Worth The Pleasure. . .Gabriel Angelstone, the handsome scourge of the ton, has taken one of lifes lessons to heart: Love ruins everything. But the irresistible challenge of seducing Imogen Mowbray, a woman whose past is every bit as scandalous as his own, quickly has him rethinking that conclusion. Perhaps the only women worth loving are the fallen ones. . .Lusty and delicious!--Julia Ross on Lord SinKalen Hughes was born and raised in Northern California. She grew up participating in a wide variety of historical reenactment clubs, which has given her an unusually personal perspective on history, which she hopes brings added verisimilitude to her writing. She has taught creative writing, horseback riding, and is an active costume historian. She can drive stick (even on the hills of San Francisco), and start a fire without matches, as well as make a soufflé, and hitch a team of horses to a wagon (albeit not at the same time). Currently, she lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with an ancient pit bull terrier, and can often be found writing in one of the many local coffee shops.