Scandalous Family—The Victorians. Book 2.0

Victorian Era Historical Romance

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If you haven’t started this series, start right now and you will fall in love with this very unconventional family during a time when rules, etiquette and unwritten rules had to be followed or the lack of them would bring scandal and ruin to an entire family.

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The Prince kisses her, instead of her twin sister.

Elise never intends to marry. Marriage is far too restricting, in her estimation. Instead, she grasps what freedom there is in running her Great Aunt Annalies’ boarding house. When Danyal, newly crowned Prince of Pandev, kisses her by mistake, her delicately balanced contentment is shattered.

Danyal isn’t in England to find a wife, as society believes. An English wife would offend the Balkan Separatists who threaten his principality. Such a wife would also defeat his desire to separate his family from the stained reputation which dogs it, which the former Prince, his uncle Kosta, was never fully successful in removing.

So why can he not stop thinking about that simple—delightful—kiss, and the woman he held in his arms for only a moment?

This book is part of the Scandalous Family—The Victorians. This is the second spin-off series to feature a new generation of the Great Family, who are now scattering across Europe and beyond in search of adventure…and love.

This story is part of the Scandalous Family—The Victorians series:
1.0 His Parisian Mistress
2.0 Her Rebellious Prince
and more to come!

A Sexy Victorian Era Historical Romance

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by Linda on Her Rebellious Prince
It started with a Kiss

It started with a kiss a mistaken kiss given to the wrong twin! Independent Twins; Elise and her sister are living with their Great Aunt Elise and earning their keep in the joint role of Butler in their aunt’s boarding house for young ladies. Danyal, Crown Prince Pandev is in England awaiting an audience with Queen Victoria when their paths cross. There was so much I loved about this book. The pace was fast & I was surprised how quickly I devoured it. Delightful old and new characters added to the enjoyment of this. I've read many books by this author and she is truly a gifted storyteller who always delivers a riveting story with well-drawn out characters and a compelling, captivating plot. I would recommend this book to any readers who enjoys historical romance with the added bonus of revisiting these characters in futures books and getting a glimpse into how their lives have progressed.

by Dina Bushrod on Her Rebellious Prince
She: I never want to marry. He: I will marry only within my station

A terrifically wonderful love story. Twins, one dying to marry above her station, the other wanting nothing to do with marriage at all. Fate sees it differently. Under mistaken identity a Prince is met; a Prince who must marry well in order to keep his people happy. It's understood by both that there will be nothing between them. Too bad their natural urges don't seem to agree. That's it, all I have to say, as you will have to read it to learn all the intrigue, danger, marvelously sensuous loving that may happen in the beginning, inbetween and the end.

by Wendy on Her Rebellious Prince
Her Rebellious Prince

Anna and Elise, managing the Board House. I love that they are twins but completely different. This is Elise’s story and she is the independent one, with big dreams that do not include marriage. But one kiss... one kiss... with a Prince, living in tense political times.

As any book from Mrs.Tracy, it is wonderfully written in a way that takes you through every one of the chapters like you are living in their time. I can’t get enough of these Scandalous families!

by Ellen on Her Rebellious Prince
Her Rebellious Prince

Tracy Cooper-Posey has got a way with words. In “Her Rebellious Prince" she has again given us a look into the “Great families" and how they help each other to live the way they want in a society that expects everyone to follow strict guidelines.

After the families fortune was lost, Elise and Ann work as the butler to their Aunts home to help her and give themselves a way in the world.

Elise unexpectedly meets her twin sisters man of the hour which leads to an eventful story. The ups and downs of this relationship makes for a great read. The book is a quick read and highly recommended.

by Glenys on Her Rebellious Prince
Her rebellious prince

Once again we are transported back into a very different time, where women are expected to be a pretty ornaments for their men. This book and those in the series, present a very different woman, the books are full of romance and sass, and adventure, there give us an intriguing look back to our great grandmothers day and the stories are fascinating

by Kathi Soniat on Her Rebellious Prince
An Amazing Trip Back to an Earlier Time!!

I simply adore these stories, and their related series. It is not an easy time – societal expectations abound; especially if you are female. When Elise is mistaken for her twin sister Ann, and the recipient of the kiss from Prince Selahattin Danyal Bora of Pandev, lives are impacted.

Brilliant case of mistaken identity, the trials of being a ruler, and the decision whether to tie yourself to another. The reader is transported to an earlier time, and feels a part of the action.

by Beatriz on Her Rebellious Prince
Her Rebellious Prince

Her Rebellious Prince is the second installment in the Scandalous Scions series spinoff, The Victorians. This is the story of Elise and Danyel. I really like Danyel's character and how he's not what he seems. As in the first book of the series, I love what Tracy's has achieved with the characters. In a total turn of the screw, sons and daughters of the peerage now working for a living as a positive thing! I like how the romance is interwoven with European history, it's funny how the anarchists have made an appearance again. If you like historical romances, you would really like the series, top quality, totally worth it! Not for the romance, but for the whole package.

by Stephany on Her Rebellious Prince
Her Rebellious Prince

The second book of this series does not disappoint. The description of the times, of the clothing, the trials and tribulations that the people of the time had to endure is clearly brought to the forefront of Tracy's writing. She pulls you into the story and you can't put it down until the last page is read. If you are looking for a great read to take you away, I recommend this series.

by Kat Z on Her Rebellious Prince
A Wonderful Second Book of Scandalous Victorians

This book had me at the first mistaken identity kiss and it just got better from there. The time period is wonderfully referenced in this story of people finding their sense of self and sometimes even discovering things are not as they thought. I love that older characters from previous books are sprinkled throughout this story of a prince and a feminist who meet unexpectedly and everything gets going from there. A wonderful story that I simply could not put down. Ms. Cooper-Posey never fails to write an engaging, richly drawn story. I cannot wait to see what she has for us in future books in this series.

by Kaylene McCormack on Her Rebellious Prince
Another awesome story

Tracy Cooper-Posey opens the door to an age long gone and brings it back to life. More, she gives the reader the great passion that goes with it. Not just Elise and her Prince but also the passion of one hurt badly. I love the Family Gathers for they showcase love and loss and acceptance. This story is food for the soul. One I will read again and again!

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