The Viscount Needs a Wife.
Format: mass market paperback and e-book.
Period: Regency, 1817
A Romantic Times Top Pick!
"This fast paced, sensual and powerful love story is a keeper."
Starred review in Library Journal.
"Combining graceful writing, and impeccably researched historical setting, and intelligent, well-matched protagonists into a superbly satisfying love story."
This story began at the end of Too Dangerous for a Lady. when the hero's friend, "Beau" Braydon, receives a shock.
The next morning the postbag brought a letter for Braydon. “From a lawyer insisting it’s urgent. What impudence.” But as he read on, his expression changed and he muttered something that might not be suitable for a lady’s ears.
“Sad news?” Hermione asked.
He looked up. “The worst. I’ve inherited a title. And an estate to go with it. Probably a decrepit estate. The wretched man’s suggesting I make haste to take up my duties. It’s taken months to find the heir. There are implications of chaos and,” he added direly, “dependents.”
Thayne’s humor escaped in a laugh. “There are worse fates.”
“I’ll be damned if there are. Johns will desert me.”
“Once settled in rural contentment, what need you of perfectly polished boots?”
Braydon raised a fist and Hermione, laughing, rose to stand between them. “Gentlemen!”
Thayne stood to put an arm around her and hold her close. “What you need, Braydon, is a wife.”
And so he does, but he goes about finding one with typical coolness, whereas his chosen bride is anything but. You can read more about it in an excerpt here.
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