An Indecent Proposition|Emma Wildes
An Indecent Proposition
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In a less than sober moment, London's two most notorious rakes--the Earl of Manderville and the Duke of Rothay--placed a very public wager on which of them is the superior lover. Now it's too late to retract the foolish bet, but what woman of beauty, intelligence, and discernment, would consent to bed both men and declare which is more skilled in satisfying her deepest desires?

Lady Carolyn Wynn is the last woman anyone would expect to step forward. She's a respectable young widow with an icy reputation, which has kept her firmly off the marriage market. She may not desire another husband, but her brief marriage has left her with some scandalous questions about the act of love.

If the men will keep her identity a secret, she'll decide who has the most finesse between the sheets. But to everyone's surprise, what begins as an indelicate proposition turns into a most astonishing lesson in everlasting love.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780451227089
  • ISBN-10: 0451227085
  • Publisher: Berkley Books
  • Publish Date: April 2009
  • Dimensions: 6.5 x 4.1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.35 pounds
  • Page Count: 316
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP

Notorious bargain

Two of Regency London's most famous bachelors make a scandalous bet in An Indecent Proposition by Emma Wildes. They place a public wager on which is the most skilled lover, though it's their eyebrows that rise when a woman offers to separately bed them both. Nicholas Manning, the Duke of Rothay, and Derek Drake, the Earl of Manderville, are shocked that respectable young widow Lady Caroline Wynn is inviting the salacious escapades. But after an abusive marriage, Caroline's desperate to understand the pleasures denied her. So the duke whisks her away to teach her how a skilled man seduces a beautiful woman. After a week, they return to London, but neither can forget the other—and it looks as if the earl won't get his chance in bed with Caroline, who now knows love, too. Sexually detailed, yet sweet as well as sensual, this is a story of awakenings—that of a woman's body and also of two reluctant hearts.