The Dangerous Viscount
“Sizzling, addictive, and deeply romantic, Miranda Neville’s novels are a joy to read.—Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling author One of the most exciting new and rapidly rising stars in the firmament of historical romance, Miranda Neville delivers once more with The Dangerous Viscount—the... show more
“Sizzling, addictive, and deeply romantic, Miranda Neville’s novels are a joy to read.—Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling author One of the most exciting new and rapidly rising stars in the firmament of historical romance, Miranda Neville delivers once more with The Dangerous Viscount—the second book in her electrifying Burgundy Club series about a small society of rogues in Regency England and the women who capture their hearts. This time, it’s the very dangerous Sebastian Iverley who is smitten by the enchanting Diana Fanshawe—while she, in turn, must deny her love and concentrate on marrying another in order to gain what she most desperately desires. Miranda Neville’s The Dangerous Viscount is the perfect blend of passion and humor that Regency romance readers crave.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 28th 2010
Pages no: 369
Edition language: English
Series: The Burgundy Club (#2)
Miranda Neville is turning into one of my favorite authors. This was an unpredictable Regency, the two protagonists sufficiently different from the stereotypical hero and heroine that I was enthralled.First, Sebastian Iverley, once known as Owlvery to his cousin Blakeney, has totally ignored the fem...
Very enjoyable, with lots of humor and some angst. A purely character-driven story, which is what I always prefer to read. Loved both of the main characters, Sebastian and Diana, with their flaws and insecurities and how they overcome them. Sebastian is especially appealing in the first part of the ...
I’m a sucker for an unconventional hero, who also happens to be a beta and a virgin. Miranda Neville has written such a character, an adorably odd, male bluestocking who has no time for women, and where his family and friends think he’s dead below the waist when it comes to passion and sex. The mome...
Great plot hindered by too many misunderstandings and lack of honest communication. I loved the idea of a virgin hero who is a book nerd falling in love with a beautiful lusty widow. The characterization of both H/H was fabulous and I liked both of them a lot. Where it went off the tracks a bit was...