A Notorious Countess Confesses
She rose to spectacular heights . . . From Covent Garden to courtesan to countess, beautiful, fearless, shamelessly ambitious Evie Duggan has riveted London in every role she plays. But the ton never could forgive her scandalous—if shockingly short—marriage, and when her star plummets amid... show more
She rose to spectacular heights . . . From Covent Garden to courtesan to countess, beautiful, fearless, shamelessly ambitious Evie Duggan has riveted London in every role she plays. But the ton never could forgive her scandalous—if shockingly short—marriage, and when her star plummets amid gleefully vicious gossip, the countess escapes to the only legacy left to her: a manor house in Pennyroyal Green. He never expected to fall so hard . . . He has the face of a fallen angel and a smolder the devil would envy, but Vicar Adam Sylvaine walks a precarious line: resisting temptation . . . and the wild Eversea blood in his veins. Adam's strength is tested when scandal, aka the countess, moves to Sussex. But when a woman who fiercely guards her heart and a man entrusted with the souls of an entire town surrender to a forbidden desire, will the sweetest sin lead them to heaven . . . or make outcasts of them forever?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 30th 2012
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
This one I just finished two days ago, or last night, I don't remember. Anyway, I had the same feeling with The Notorious Countess Confesses that I did with How the Marquess Was Won. In this one we have out sexy preacher, Adam, and the new girl in town, the notorious countess and ex-courtesan, Ev...
I have been wanting to read this book ever since it came out last year. So when it became available at my local library, I knew I had to pick it up. There have been some books of this series I have loved and other that ended up being averagely enjoyable, A Notorious Countess Confesses is up there on...
Guys, I love this series! The Pennyroyal Green books are awesome and I completely adore Julie Anne Long's writing.Oops, did I just give away the punchline of this review? Oh well.This time we meet Evie, who doesn't have the noblest of parentages and has had to work hard to get where she is right now...
Dear authors,If you feel it necessary for your courtesan heroine to only have had two lovers--and for her to feel the need to declare that to the hero--just don't do the courtesan thing, okay? Stick to the virgin you so obviously wanted to write. I lost my love for this series 2-3 books ago. I said ...