"A captivating historical romance!"
Sabrina Jeffries' books are a guaranteed great read
historical romance is concerned. She vividly brings the
era alive with her very sensuous stories and captivating
characters. MARRIED TO THE VISCOUNT is no exception.
From the first page, Ms. Jeffries grabs our attention
with the hero
'in his cups' because he is about to leave the colonies to
to England and leave behind a woman he has met and fallen
can never have because of a secret he holds.
As for our heroine, we come to realize that she is no
Abby has a mixed heritage that keeps her from marrying a
suitable for her class, but our hero, Spencer Law is not
men and sees past her heritage. However, he's heading back
England and will never see his beautiful Abigail Mercer
so he thinks.
Spencer's irresponsible younger brother is about to
again. Unbeknownst to Spencer, he becomes the unwitting
proxy-groom to Abby, the one woman he desires most of all
refuses to make a commitment. It is not until the fateful
arrives on his doorstep in England without any funds do the
dynamics of the story start to fly with Spencer's younger
no where to be found!
Ms. Jeffries does a fantastic job with her character
creating plenty of sexual tension and romance. The
characters definitely compliment the story as they all work
together to see Spencer and Abby succeed. However,
ultimately it is
truly up to Spencer and Abby to realize their love for
and whether it is capable to bridge the insecurities and
Married to the Viscount is charming, witty, tense, and
romantic. Historical romance readers will not be
rather left craving the next Sabrina Jeffries novel.
Reviewed by Mindy Lobaugh
Posted April 1, 2004