Ways to Be Wicked

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Sylvie Lamoureux, prima ballerina of the Paris ballet, takes a daring leap and finds herself penniless in a generically described Regency-era London. Luckily Sylvie lands in the lap of a gorgeous hunk who owns a bawdy theatre. Is she hungry enough to accept his offer of a bump-and-grind job in his chorus that requires her to hide her elegant ballet training? Is she really the long lost sister of wealthy Lady Grantham? Will she choose the self-made English impresario or the titled French lover? Author Long keeps the tone light and playful throughout this amusing melodrama set in London’s theatrical demimonde. Labeled a historical romance, this one is more sex and romance than history, but it a fun read.

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