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Invitation To Scandal by Bronwen Evans


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Also by Bronwen Evans:

Mistletoe and Mayhem, November 2020
Paperback / e-Book
A Dream of Redemption, March 2018
Christmas In Kilts, October 2017
A Love to Remember, September 2017
Love Me, February 2017
Paperback / e-Book
A Night of Forever, November 2016
A Whisper of Desire, December 2015
A Touch of Passion, April 2015
Captivated by His Kiss, January 2015
Tempted by His Touch, August 2014
e-Book (reprint)
Invitation to Passion, July 2014
A Promise of More, April 2014
To Wager the Marquis of Wolverstone, January 2014
To Dare the Duke of Dangerfield, January 2014
A Kiss Of Lies, January 2014
Wicked Wagers - The Complete TrilogyWicked Wagers - The Complete Trilogy, January 2014
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To Challenge the Earl of Cravenswood, January 2014
The Reluctant Wife, January 2013
Wicked Wagers, December 2012
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Invitation To Scandal, May 2012
Paperback / e-Book
Invitation To Ruin, March 2011
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Invitation To Scandal
Bronwen Evans

Invitation To #2
May 2012
On Sale: May 1, 2012
320 pages
ISBN: 0758259212
EAN: 9780758259219
Kindle: B006YBRFHK
Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Historical

Catch Me If You Can

Plagued by scandalous rumors, Rheda Kerrich will stop at nothing to restore her reputation and make an honest living for herself--and she's determined to do it without a husband. But times are hard, and smuggling is a risky though profitable trade. So when a dashing agent for the English government catches her in the act, she desperately resists his charms and conceals her illicit profession. Until she realizes he may be the key to her ultimate freedom--and unbridled passion. . .

Rufus Knight, Viscount Strathmore, has never had trouble beguiling the ladies of Kent. When his search for "Dark Shadow," a cunningly elusive smuggler, leads him to alluring and headstrong Rhe, her objections to his amorous advances merely incite a tantalizing game of cat and mouse. Soon, they'll find the very secrets driving them apart could ensnare them in a love they can't escape. . .

Invitation to


51 comments posted.

Re: Invitation To Scandal

I'm very interested in reading more about the smuggling and the horsebreeding you depict. I am sure you have researched well and the excerpts I've read seem very readable so I'd love to read more. What would be your next entrepreneurial venture? A lady farrier?
(Clare O'Beara 7:40am June 24, 2012)

I think that I would like to be my cat, Sunshine. She brings such joy to so many.
I visited your beautiful country several years ago. That was a delightful journey.
Marjorie Carmony 5:17am June 26, 2012)

I would like to be myself aged 20 - 25, meeting my husband at a similar age. We didn't know each other then and we keep saying that if we'd met as youngsters we could have done so much more together before maturity issues (mortagages, family, health etc) came along. Are we romantic or what?
I am looking out for your books especially about the smuggling and horse breeding aspects of life. Well done!
Clare O'Beara 6:37am June 26, 2012)

I'd like to be me, just a younger me. I'd dread being anyone else.
Mary Preston 7:21am June 26, 2012)

I like being me however certain days I would like to do-over - like my wedding day which was on a tight budget. I would like to do it again (with my husband) but at any cost - no expence spared.
Barbara Hanson 8:20am June 26, 2012)

I would like to just remain me with all my little strange
habits and quirks! Except, maybe a thinner younger version!
Ann Thaxton 8:47am June 26, 2012)

Joe Mangaiello's wife or girlfriend. He is so hot.
Anne Muller 9:22am June 26, 2012)

i would love this book
Denise Smith 9:27am June 26, 2012)

I love your question - but I'm still trying to figure out an answer. So for now, I'd wish just to be me because that's hard enough. I LOVE New Zealand - was there many years ago - for 7 weeks and loved every minute. I would love to win your book and wish you every luck with it!
Nancy Reynolds 9:32am June 26, 2012)

I. too. love Hugh Jackman and Judith McNaught is one of my favorite authors. Perhaps I would love being you. Keep writing!
Patricia Pascale
Patricia (Pat) Pascale 9:58am June 26, 2012)

I'd love being Nora Roberts maybe I could take away enough from one days experience to benefit my own life.
Theresa Norris 10:06am June 26, 2012)

For one day, I'd love to be my sister's dog--adored and pampered unconditionally.
G S Moch 10:06am June 26, 2012)

I think I'd just be me.
Mary C 10:11am June 26, 2012)

Question: Who you'd like to be for a day?
Answer: I would love to be a world famous Writer and Author of
Books that Help Others become a Success in Life and Yes, I
write Poetry too. So, would love to have some Books published
in the future too. Thank You very much. Cecilia CECE
Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 10:11am June 26, 2012)

Being a grandmother is wonderful...I would never want to go back in time...this life of mine is too wonderful!!!!!
Bonnie Capuano 10:19am June 26, 2012)

Ooh - that's a tough question! I think I'd like to still be
me, but maybe a thinner and richer version so I didn't have to
work as much (I like my job, but would like fewer hours of
it). Although, Hugh Jackman's wife would probably be my second
choice!! :)
Laura Garofalo 10:53am June 26, 2012)

I'd like to be my daughter's French Bulldog. He really has a great life! Everyone loves him. He gets tons of attention. He never wants for anything. And, he is the world's best snugger!
Sandy Fielder 11:29am June 26, 2012)

I think I'd like to change genders and be a man for a day---maybe a sports star or even a politician.
Sue Farrell 11:32am June 26, 2012)

My husband and i have been together almost 36 years and I will be 50 in less then a month...I don't think i want to be anyone else.
Angelia Schubert 11:33am June 26, 2012)

I have lived a great life and I'm almost 65. If I could have
a chance, I'd like to live a do-over but it'd still be hard to
choose which day.
Mary Hay 11:41am June 26, 2012)

I WOULD LIKE TO BE elizabeth taylor back in the day
Debbi Shaw 1:48pm June 26, 2012)

Hmmm, I am not sure I would care to step into anyone else's shoes for a day... maybe see what our pampered dog's day is like...
Colleen Conklin 2:18pm June 26, 2012)

I would like to be Queen Elizabeth for a day. I have always admired her so much
and would love to know the inside scoop of a day in the life of a Queen. I'm
quite sure it is very difficult!
Connie Fischer 2:39pm June 26, 2012)

By the way, I have been diligently gathering clues in hopes of correctly solving
your puzzle and even better, being selected as a winner! What a fun thing for
your readers to do. Thanks ever so much.
Connie Fischer 3:40pm June 26, 2012)

Mary, the mother of Jesus. In one of the day's that he was teaching in the 3yr period before his death.
Kathleen Bianchi 4:47pm June 26, 2012)

I wouldn't want to change a thing about my husband or my wonderful family (including my dog Mandy), but I'd like to be independently wealthy for a day. Go to the spa and have people wait on me and my loved ones for a change, lol.
Michele Hayes 5:34pm June 26, 2012)

That's a tough question. It would be fun to be a movie star celebrity for a day and experience on-the-set movie-making. However, I think I'd much rather be myself at a younger age (back in my early 20's). One day probably wouldn't seem long enough.
Linda Luinstra 5:52pm June 26, 2012)

Hi Bronwen
I enjoyed reading about you. I would love to be the President of the United States for a day. What fun I would have.
Rita Wray 5:56pm June 26, 2012)

I'd like to be a younger me with all the knowledge and experience I have now!
Janie McGaugh 7:44pm June 26, 2012)

That's easy I would be my 14 year old daughter. Seems we are in such a rush to grow up then once we do we wish we would have enjoyed those years a little more...
Holly Sines 8:04pm June 26, 2012)

I wonder what it was like to deal with Christmas gear in the
middle of summer.
Megan Jirschele 8:13pm June 26, 2012)

This is a really tough question to answer. I guess I am going to follow the lead of others and say me but with more confidence energy.
Chelsea Knestrick 8:44pm June 26, 2012)

Bronwen, I was laughing at your question. When I don't feel like being me after a hard day, I would asked my cat if she and I can switch places just for a day (yeah, I'm thinking Freaky Friday). I would be able to explore places where I can't go unless I'm the same size of my cat. See things from her point of view.

My cat's life just seems so simple from my point of view.
Kai Wong 8:48pm June 26, 2012)

To be anyone for a day...I would love to be Angelina Jolie
Darci Paice 8:56pm June 26, 2012)

If I could be anyone for a day it would! I don't want to walk a mile in anyone else's shoes and I don't want their stinky feet in mine. HAHAHA!
Jennifer Beyer 9:17pm June 26, 2012)

I'm a great-grandmother, and I wouldn't want to change anything.
Wilma Frana 9:27pm June 26, 2012)

I love art.The other day I watched a film about artist Emile Norman . I love his work and would like learn more about him.
Deb Pelletier 9:28pm June 26, 2012)

I think I would have liked to be Mother Theresa, for a day, to do what I could to help the children of the world.
Joy Gifford 9:42pm June 26, 2012)

Hi everyone - wow what wonderful answers. I love that you are all so happy and confident within yourselves. I wonder if that's a trait common to avid readers!

If I could be anyone else for the day, I'd love to be Oscar Wilde. Maybe his wit and prose would stay with me once I was back to myself.
Bronwen Evans 9:55pm June 26, 2012)

There are so many answers that I could put down, and the romantic would be nice, but I am the practical one first. I would have to answer a High Court Judge. The reason for that is because I have issues in my life that need straightening out. My Father was put in a nursing home by my Sister, and my Father wants me to get him out so he can live with me. It's a mess that I don't think I can do without going through the courts. Anyway, if I was a Judge, I could take care of it. After that was done, I could start taking care of things to make this Country great again!! Things have gotten out of control. I would love to read your book. Congratulations on your award.
Peggy Roberson 10:06pm June 26, 2012)

I would like to be Judge Judy for a day. I'm not very out spoken and there are a few things I'd like to get off my chest.
Sheila True 10:18pm June 26, 2012)

What would I like to be? A successful gardener. My green thumb seems to be some other oolor. I try hard, spend a lot of time at it, as well as cash, but my plants tend to fold up and die.
Gladys Paradowski 11:15pm June 26, 2012)

I would like to be Queen Elizabeth - but just for a day, to
see what it's like to be Queen for a Day!
Diane Sallans 11:18pm June 26, 2012)

I think if I could be someone else for a day I would be an infant in my family. They are treated with infinate patience, adored beyond reason, cuddled and snuggled and passed from person to person. The only thing I would change is I would be totally aware and be able to retain the memory of having all of that love directed at me. Then I could live my whole life never doubting I am loved and loveable. I wish we could all carry that with us every day.
Patti Paonessa 11:41pm June 26, 2012)

I'm a great-grandmother,and I just love it. I would love to win your book,thank you for a chance.
Linda Hall 11:47pm June 26, 2012)

I'd like to be myself, but Personal Secretary to HRM Queen Elizabeth. We'd sit down with cups of tea and I'd ask her to tell me about her life experiences. Then I'd somehow get her to give me permission to write a Bio using all this exclusive information!
Dee Kridel 11:25am June 27, 2012)

Kate Middleton... but only for a day because I wouldn't want her life permanently!
May Pau 11:54am June 27, 2012)

that would be my 13 year old daughter who seems to want to grow up faster
Denise Smith 1:22pm June 27, 2012)

I wouldn't want to be anyone but myself. The grass always looks greener on the other side, but rarely is.
Cathy Phillips 7:00pm June 27, 2012)

I would like to be an interviewer like Charlie Rose or someone who asks the hard questions and then watches how long it takes to avoid answering the ones everyone wants to know.
Alyson Widen 8:53pm June 27, 2012)

I would like to be a truly healthy person.
Sandra Spilecki 4:05pm June 28, 2012)

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