THE VAMPIRE VISCOUNT by KAREN HARBAUGH
Being a vampire is okay--you get to stay up all night,
women find you irresistable, you're strong, fast, and magic
is yours for the taking. But Nicholas, Viscount St. Vire
finds all of that means little in the face of impending
insanity and the eventual deterioration of his senses. Only
the the willing embrace of a virginal young woman can
reverse his condition. Who better for his wife-to-be than
the impoverished Leonore Farleigh, whose abusive father
sells her to St. Vire to pay off gaming debts? Leonore
agrees to marry him--how else is she going to save her
sister and her mother from their poverty and pain? But she
soon finds she's stepped into a marriage of inconvenience…
and possible death.
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"Leonore must find Viscount St. Vire's secret and conquer it with love"
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted January 15, 2002
This is a Regency romance and is a sweet story for a
vampire tale. Viscount St. Vire made the mistake of
allowing Lady Mercia in his life and is now a vampire.
After 80 years of extensive study, he now thinks he has
found the way to return to being Read more...
"A very unusual Regency Romance"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted March 24, 2002
The Vampire Viscount is a Regency romance of the short
variety, with a very unusual hero. In his wild youth,
Viscount St. Vire made the tragic mistake of having a
liaison with the wrong woman -- who now goes by the name of
Lady Mercia. The two went their separate ways Read more...
"A wonderful blend of Regency and paranormal."
Reviewed by Chere Gruver
Posted October 30, 2006
Lord Nicholas St. Vire has searched through all his books
of arcane knowledge and decides he has one chance at
this. So he goes over the list from his solicitors once
more and makes his plans. He goes to a gambling hell and
makes sure he plays with Mr. Farleigh Read more...