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Julia London | Reading for Pleasure: History

The Book of Scandal
Julia London



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Scandal #1

August 2008
On Sale: August 19, 2008
Featuring: Evelyn Grey; Nathan Grey
368 pages
ISBN: 1416547118
EAN: 9781416547112
Mass Market Paperback
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Also by Julia London:
The Devil in the Saddle, November 2019
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The Princess Plan, November 2019
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The Charmer in Chaps, May 2019
Seduced by a Scot, November 2018


Writers are readers, first and foremost, and I know a lot of my romance-writing pals read romance for pleasure. I used to read romance for pleasure, but when you write romance all day, it can be sort of a stretch to try and relax with one. That’s not to say I never read it—of course I do—but I don’t read it like I used to.

For BOOK OF SCANDAL, my latest release (in stores now), I read a couple of riveting biographies. You would think it really dry reading, but if you are into the regency period like I am, sometimes those books can read like the People Magazine of its time. There was some down and dirty goings-on!





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