Malin’s #CBR5 Review #18: Blame It on Bath by Caroline Linden

Gerard de Lacey may be declared illegitimate because of a clandestine marriage his father, the recently deceased Duke of Durham, entered into in his youth, before he married Gerard’s mother. A year before his death, the Duke started receiving letters blackmailing him. Now the London gossips won’t stop talking about the “Durham Dilemma”, his brother Edward is busy trying to prove their legitimacy through legal means, and his older brother Charlie, the heir, is mainly staying far away from the whole business. Gerard thinks the best way of solving the situation is tracking down the blackmailer. He also plans on finding himself a rich wife as soon as possible, so that he can secure his future, even if the scandal is not resolved in the de Lacey brothers’ favour.

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