Nov 28 2012 4:49pm

Exclusive Cover Reveal: Christina Brooke’s London’s Last True Scoundrel!

London’s Last True ScoundrelIf you just did a double take, you're not alone! Today, H&H is happy to reveal the gorgeous, and cheeky (it had to be said!), cover for Christina Brooke's London's Last True Scoundrel, the first book in a new series that spins off from the Ministry of Marriage series. Lord Davenport is already living up to his story's title magnificently, yes?

Here's the official description:


Physically reckless, irrepressibly roguish, and poised on the brink of ruin, Jonathon Westruther, Earl of Davenport, returns from the dead only to throw himself into dissipation. Until he meets his worst nightmare: a straitlaced former schoolteacher he can’t get out of his head. He resolves to seduce the delightful Miss Hilary deVere by fair means or foul. But when his past returns to endanger Hilary, he must protect her at all costs…


Dismissed from her post at a ladies’ academy because of prejudice against her uncouth family, Hilary will do anything to avoid going back to live with her loutish brothers. She longs for a London season to show the world a deVere can behave with utmost decorum and to find a respectable husband. Everything about Lord Davenport appalls her but desperation makes strange bedfellows. To get to London, Hilary strikes a bargain with the devilish Davenport, confident that she’s immune to his charm. But as she discovers surprising depths beneath his rakish surface, this infamous scoundrel becomes more temptation than even the most proper lady can withstand…

London's Last True Scoundrel will be available June 25, 2013.

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Jordan R
1. jrojrojro
I truly thought he didn't have pants on. Now I have to read this just for that sneaky cover!
Annie West
2. Annie West
Can't wait for this new Christina Brooke. Love the cheeky cover too!
Glass Slipper
3. GlassSlipper
That is one of the most unusual romance covers I've ever seen.
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