quick fast read with likable characters. I especially liked the heroine.
Love it. Spencer and Abby are so right for each other. It just took him a long time to realize it. SJ knows just how to suck in a reader.
Look out! This one will knock your socks off!
Regency romance -Abigail Mercer once met & married by proxy the Viscount Ravenswood, Spencer Law. But now he denies it, & proposes a marriage in name only. She agrees, but to seal the bargain, he must give her one soul-searching kiss.
And oh, what a kiss.........
very enjoyable--Sabrina Jeffries is always great!
Very good regency historical romance from Jeffries!
Only bad thing I can say is this is the last of the series . . . enjoyed all the stories of the Swanlea Spinsters. Light, fun, romantic reads.
I have to add another new-to-me author to my favorites list, after reading this delightful book by Sabrina Jeffries!
Very Good Book. Jeffries never dissapoints!
Swanlea Spinsters is a great series and "Married to the Viscount" is a great way to end it. This was my personnal favorite of the series but they were all great reads.
Abigail Mercer was breathless with anticipation at being reunited with Spencer Law, whom she met once and later married by proxy. But now the dashing Viscount Ravenswood denies all knowledge of their union. Far too many witnesses have made it impossible for the secretive Spencer to reject his bride without causing a scandal. So he has proposed a marriage in anme only until they can locate is mysteriously absent younger brother, who is responsibel for eveything, and untangle tis messay affair. Abigail is incesed, irate and irresistivly attracted to this handsome infuriating man who hides his smoldering passion behind a proper exterior. So the lady will agree to his terms on one condtion. Spencer must seal their bargain with a kiss, one deep lingering unforgettable kiss meant to stoke the sensuous flames of love, one kiss to met the icy, resisting heart of the only husband Abigail has ever desired.
Last one in the series. I think Ms. Jefferies ran out of steam. There was a lot of skipping through redundant scenes. The plot was thin. The hero was so mysterious for the first four books, but seemed like a wuss in this one. At least, when I read one of these books, I know I am heading for a happy ending.