I really liked this book. It wasn't steamy but it was nice. And, don't let the back cover fool you. Thea's brother,Dare, was barely in this book. Anyway, it's a good book and, hopefully, The Company of Rogues will continue.
Very, very well written with an engaging storyline and compelling characters. This relationship grows slowly and quite grudgingly, with neither character wanting to entertain a true attraction. A nice twist that works well.
For generations, the Cave family has been marked by scandal, madness, and violence. But after earning a reputation for bravery and loyalty in the army, Horatio Cave, the new Viscount Darien, has come home to charm London society and restore the family name. He means to start with lovely Lady Thea Debenham.
The magnetism between Thea and Lord Darien is immediate--and enraptured Thea knows this is no innocent flirtation. But can she trust the dark, sexy "Vile Viscount"? Even if she can convince herself, she may not be able to convince her family, particularly her brother, Dare--the most dashing member of the Company of Rogues--that Horatio does not deserve the cursed Cave reputation....