The Lady Plays with Fire: Goode’s Guide to Misconduct



Quick overview:

Writing reviews of the Season’s most popular plays, Julia Addison garners the attention of Lord Dunstane and as romance blossoms between them, they make discoveries about each other that could be the final act but wonder if an unexpected collaboration can set the stage for a scandalous affair.Includes bonus novella!

SKU: 9781420154818 Genre: . Author: .

Product Description

In this Bridgerton era You’ve Got Mail, the clever, popular, and deliciously shocking ladies’ periodical Mrs. Goode’s Magazine for Misses only employs women who are equal to the challenge—and for one biting theatre critic, that challenge happens to include romance.

A fast-paced, innovative, sexy historical romance with a modern twist that readers of Sabrina Jeffries, Sarah MacLean, and Julia Quinn will adore.

As the daughter of a clergyman, Julia Addison knows she’ll never be able to fulfill her lifelong dream of acting on the stage. But writing forthright reviews of the Season’s most popular plays for Mrs. Goode’s Magazine for Misses, popularly known as Goode’s Guide to Misconduct is surely the next best thing. Even better, she’s got a ticket to Ransom Blackadder’s latest irritating satire about English society. Best of all, she’s sharing a theater box with the gruff but handsome Lord Dunstane, which is enough to make Julia call for an encore . . .

Graham McKay, the Earl of Dunstane, rarely leaves his home in the Scottish Highlands. Why would he? Nothing about London has ever held his interest—until he meets Julia. But when Graham realizes she is the critic who panned his last play—and she discovers he is in fact the man behind Blackadder’s wicked pen—will it bring down the curtain on their romance—not to mention the magazine that published the humiliating review? Or can an unexpected collaboration set the stage for a scandalous love affair?

Includes bonus novella!

Additional Information

Weight 180 g






Release Date



There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The Lady Plays with Fire: Goode’s Guide to Misconduct”