By Gaelen Foley
Julia Quinn says that the splendidly sensuous historic romance novels of New York Times bestseller Gaelen Foley are “always fabulous”—and any reader who feels she wishes evidence of that are meant to glance no extra than My Scandalous Viscount. once more, Gaelen leads us at the back of the closed doorways of Regency London’s mysterious Inferno membership, the place the speeding, aristocratic individuals, having defeated England’s enemies, now face their maximum problem: marriage! In My Scandalous Viscount, the rogue nobleman of the identify is chanced on in a compromising place with a good looking miss—a infamous “busybody,” or particularly “lady of information,” as she prefers to be called—and needs to shield her honor with a marriage suggestion. Romance fanatics easily adore a great “marriage of comfort” tale, and My Scandalous Viscount is a smart one, jam-packed with form of wit, shock, and sensuality that enthusiasts of Mary Jo Putney and Amanda speedy will cherish.
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