Marriage Most Scandalous

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Johanna Lindsey

Narrated By: Anne Flosnik

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Date: June 2005

Duration: 9 hours 36 minutes

Summary:

Lady Margaret Landor first met Sebastian Townshend as a child, when he caught her peeking into her older sister's engagement ball. Tall, dashing, and charming, Sebastian was one of the most sought-after bachelors in Kent and cut a romantic figure she would not soon forget. Never did she dream that one day she would be living at his family's magnificent estate with Sebastian's father, the eighth Earl of Edgewood, as her guardian and Sebastian banished from his family due to the tragic results of a duel. When life at Edgewood takes a sinister turn with the earl suffering a suspicious number of life-threatening accidents, Margaret wonders if Sebastian's younger brother and his wife have grown impatient to inherit the earldom. Setting out to find the one man she believes can set the situation to rights, she discovers that Sebastian Townshend has forged a new identity for himself on the continent. Now known as The Raven, a deadly mercenary, notorious for accomplishing any mission no matter how seemingly impossible, he has vowed never to return to England. Not until Margaret meets his outrageous monetary demands does Sebastian agree to return home, reluctantly posing as her husband in order to facilitate his return to society. When he learns she cannot afford to pay his fee, he suggests a scandalous trade. As Margaret and Sebastian work to uncover the intrigue at his father's estate, a fierce passion blooms that neither of them anticipated and neither can resist. But can Margaret persuade Sebastian to abandon the dark path he believes is his fate and claim the life - and love - he deserves? Breathtaking in scope and wondrously passionate, Marriage Most Scandalous is Johanna Lindsey at her finest.

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  • Anonymous

    I enjoyed the book, it has alot of twists and it is was a very good listen. I like Anne Flosnik as a narrator as well.

  • Tammy

    You know, I just hate it when authors try to make weak women strong. (At least I think I wrote that right) What I mean is, I get tired of men being SOOOO attractive to a female that she just can't help herself...yada yada, blah blah blah. Look, if you want the man, then have him, then don't beat yourself up. But if you know he's wrong for you, then leave him the heck alone. The now I want him-now I dont-storyline is really boring...and irritating!

  • Anonymous

    Not sure this was one of her finest.. But did enjoy it.

  • Anonymous

    There is always a way back home. One must only look for it hard enough.

  • Sandra Thomas

    This book has all for the charm and elegance of all of Johanna Lindsey’s books. However, the narrator’s voice took some getting use to. The book is a very pleasant read and very relaxing.

  • Anonymous

    This was a really good book. I love reading Johanna Lindsey. She always has such good love stories. I really enjoyed listening to this book.

  • Anonymous

    This book was not as good as most of her other books. I thought it could have been more intriguing. It was more like a softcore porn novel than romance.