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The Last Days of a Rake by Donna Lea Simpson

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Also by Donna Lea Simpson:

Love and Scandal, June 2010
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The Last Days of a Rake, June 2010
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Lady Anne And The Howl In The Dark, April 2009
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Awaiting the Fire, September 2007
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Awaiting the Night, November 2006
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Awaiting the Moon, February 2006
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The Last Days of a Rake
Donna Lea Simpson

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Carina Press
June 2010
On Sale: June 21, 2010
ISBN: 1426890192
EAN: 9781426890192
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Romance Historical

In Love & Scandal, Collette Jardiniere is outraged when notorious roué Charles Jameson appears to take credit for The Last Days of a Rake, a novel she wrote under the pseudonym Colin Jenkins to satisfy Victorian convention.

Can a rake be true to himself, yet remain free from sin?

Edgar Lankin has lived the life of rake, a man who cares for nothing but the pleasures of the flesh. But it is the seduction—and abandonment—of a gentle maiden that turns him from mere gadabout to immoral cad. Too late, Lankin realizes his self-centered ways have left him incapable of finding enjoyment in anything. Now on his deathbed, he relates the shocking tale of his wasted life to John Hamilton, a school chum who chose a different path.

In telling his story, can Lankin find redemption for the trail of ruined lives he leaves behind?

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