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How to Catch a Wicked Viscount

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T friend fellow disgraced debutante Lady Charlotte When a terribly foxed Nate accidentally compromises Sophie Charlotte strikes a wicked bargain in order to avoid a scandal and the parson's mousetrap Nate must help Sophie snare a husband But as Nate fulfills his obligation and begins to instruct the lovely Sophie in the art of luring rakes he soon finds himself battling his own fierce attraction to h. This is another wonderful read from Amy Rose Bennett When clever Sophie Brightwell is expelled from school her reputation is ruined and she knows society will close its doors until Sophie and her friends come up with a plan on how to catch a husbandThis is such a fun read I loved it like I love all of Bennett's books She is going to be a huge bestseller

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A young lady's tarnished reputation might cost her everything in this first book in the Disreputable Debutantes seriesShy bookish Sophie Brightwell is expected to make an advantageous match to improve her family's fortunes However Sophie's plans to make a spectacular debut go horribly awry when she and her three closest friends are expelled from a young ladies' academy for unbecoming conduct Since th. Amy Rose Bennett’s How to Catch a Wicked Viscount reminds me of just how much fun Regency romance can be at its best The story is expertly crafted with lots of heat and humor I especially liked the strong female friendships in this one and the way the members of the Society for Enlightened Young Women supported each other The male friendships were pretty great too and often hilarious Some scenes had me laughing out loud A great start to a new series Arabian Love Poems young lady's tarnished reputation might cost her everything in this first book in the Disreputable Debutantes seriesShy bookish Sophie Brightwell is expected to make an advantageous match to improve her family's fortunes However Sophie's plans to make a spectacular debut go horribly awry when she and her three closest friends are expelled from a Web Design is Dead young ladies' academy for unbecoming conduct Since th. Amy Rose Bennett’s How to Catch a Wicked Viscount reminds me of just how much fun Regency romance can be at its best The story is expertly crafted with lots of heat and humor I especially liked the strong female friendships in this one and the way the members of the Society for Enlightened Young Women supported each other The male friendships were pretty great too and often hilarious Some scenes had me laughing out loud A great start to a new series

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E ton will be sure to close their doors on these disgraced debutantes they determine that unconventional means need to be employed in the husband hunting market Rakehells the beau monde's wickedest members might be the only men willing to overlook a young lady's besmirched reputation But how does one catch a rakeNate Hastings the devil may care Viscount Malverne is the older brother of Sophie’s bes. A scandalous incident that got Sophie Brightwell and her three closest friends expelled from finishing school has led the otherwise shy Sophie to become infamous amongst the ton That just means that her and her friends need to employ unconventional methods to find themselves a husband And their targets RakesDoes anyone else find that with certain genres they are less likely to explore and find new authors This is definitely the case for me and historical romance is one of the genres where I rarely read outside the authors I know and love Which is why I found myself picking up How to Catch a Wicked Viscount I had never read Amy Rose Bennett and I liked the sound of the blurb – adore wallflower and rake pairings – so I picked it up Sadly on this occasion it didn’t work for meI am very much a character driven reader I will continue to read and enjoy a book if I love the characters even if the story line isn’t great However if I dislike or I am disinterested in the characters I find a book very hard to read even if the plot is fantastic The latter is what I found with this book The plot was okay but I found I was completely disinterested in either the hero or heroine I found them both a little insipid and immatureIt feels like a harsh judgement but I found the heroes behaviour to be akin to a randy teenager throughout most the book and the heroine was just veryyoung I also didn’t really feel the romance between them It felt like a case of lust; they wanted to bang each other’s brains out as they were both physically attracted to one another Where was the actual romance The deeper emotional connection as much as I tried to I just couldn’t see itI probably won’t read on in this series I didn’t enjoy the writing style and none of the characters that were introduced intrigued me enough that I would continue reading on to see their story If I want to read a story about a uartet of wallflower friends helping one another find a husbandI’m just going to reread the masterpiece that is the Wallflower series by Lisa Kleypas Web Design is Dead young lady's besmirched reputation But how does one catch a rakeNate Hastings the devil may care Viscount Malverne is the older brother of Sophie’s bes. A scandalous incident that got Sophie Brightwell and her three closest friends expelled from finishing school has led the otherwise shy Sophie to become infamous amongst the ton That just means that her and her friends need to employ unconventional methods to find themselves a husband And their targets RakesDoes anyone else find that with certain genres they are less likely to explore and find new authors This is definitely the case for me and historical romance is one of the genres where I rarely read outside the authors I know and love Which is why I found myself picking up How to Catch a Wicked Viscount I had never read Amy Rose Bennett and I liked the sound of the blurb – adore wallflower and rake pairings – so I picked it up Sadly on this occasion it didn’t work for meI am very much a character driven reader I will continue to read and enjoy a book if I love the characters even if the story line isn’t great However if I dislike or I am disinterested in the characters I find a book very hard to read even if the plot is fantastic The latter is what I found with this book The plot was okay but I found I was completely disinterested in either the hero or heroine I found them both a little insipid and immatureIt feels like a harsh judgement but I found the heroes behaviour to be akin to a randy teenager throughout most the book and the heroine was just veryyoung I also didn’t really feel the romance between them It felt like a case of lust; they wanted to bang each other’s brains out as they were both physically attracted to one another Where was the actual romance The deeper emotional connection as much as I tried to I just couldn’t see itI probably won’t read on in this series I didn’t enjoy the writing style and none of the characters that were introduced intrigued me enough that I would continue reading on to see their story If I want to read a story about a uartet of wallflower friends helping one another find a husbandI’m just going to reread the masterpiece that is the Wallflower series by Lisa Kleypas

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