Monday, May 23, 2016

Review: Viscountess of Vice

Viscountess of Vice Viscountess of Vice by Jenny Holiday
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book three in the "Regency Reformers" series. I did feel that this was a standalone book so if like me you are jumping around in the series it should be okay. Lady Catharine, Viscountess Cranbrook is a widow who is somewhat board and has gladly started playing a courtesan to help in a espionage mission. Catharine pretending to be a courtesan is still different from the other courtesans. At the parties she attend the host makes it clear that buy Catharine time is for talking only. Social reformer James Burnham has also come to the party for other purpose. James is looking to gather information for a study of his. They both are attracted to one other but as this love story goes it not a strait forward road. I enjoyed having this book and hope that you will too!

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