The Harlot Countess by Joanna Shupe

Maggie, Lady Hawkins, had a debut she’d rather forget—along with her first marriage. Today, the political cartoonist is a new woman. A thoroughly modern woman. So much so that her clamoring public believes she’s a man…

FACT: Drawing under a male pseudonym, Maggie is known as Lemarc. Her (his!) favorite object of ridicule: Simon Barrett, Earl of Winchester. He’s a rising star in Parliament—and a former confidant and love interest of Maggie’s who believed a rumor that vexes her to this day.

FICTION: Maggie is the Half-Irish Harlot who seduced her best friend’s husband on the eve of their wedding. She is to be feared and loathed, as she will lift her skirts for anything in breeches.

Still crushed by Simon’s betrayal, Maggie has no intention of letting the ton crush her as well. In fact, Lemarc’s cartoons have made Simon a laughingstock…but now it appears that Maggie may have been wrong about what happened years ago, and that Simon has been secretly yearning for her since…forever. Could it be that the heart is mightier than the pen and the sword after all?

Book Details

  • File Namethe-harlot-countess-by-joanna-shupe.epub
  • Original TitleThe Harlot Countess
  • Creator
  • Languageen
  • Identifier9781420135541
  • PublisherKensington
  • Date2015-03-06T00:00:00+00:00
  • File Size808.935 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. DRAWN TO THE EARL
  • 2. Books by Joanna Shupe
  • 3. Title Page
  • 4. Table of Contents
  • 5. Chapter One
  • 6. Chapter Two
  • 7. Chapter Three
  • 8. Chapter Four
  • 9. Chapter Five
  • 10. Chapter Six
  • 11. Chapter Seven
  • 12. Chapter Eight
  • 13. Chapter Nine
  • 14. Chapter Ten
  • 15. Chapter Eleven
  • 16. Chapter Twelve
  • 17. Chapter Thirteen
  • 18. Chapter Fourteen
  • 19. Chapter Fifteen
  • 20. Chapter Sixteen
  • 21. Chapter Seventeen
  • 22. Chapter Eighteen
  • 23. Chapter Nineteen
  • 24. Chapter Twenty
  • 25. Chapter Twenty-One
  • 26. Chapter Twenty-Two
  • 27. Teaser chapter
  • 28. Copyright Page
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1 comment
Sonia Choto
Sonia Choto · a few seconds ago

I loved this beautiful and very well written love story! I highly recommend it. Joanne Shupe is my new favorite.

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