(PDF/EPUB) [Married to the Viscount] ´ Sabrina Jeffries
What an amazing book to end this series on It definitely managed to make me
"Forget About The Disappointment Which "about the disappointment which the ourth installment in this one I very much enjoyed the main heroes banter which also took me back a bit to the irst book which had me hooked into the series so that s always a good thing too and their storyOverall this series was not as good as Jeffries recent ones like Hellions of halstead hall or The Duke s men but I still enjoyed parts of it very very much and I m glad I decided to revisit some of Jeffries earlier work even if it s bound to have some kinks 5 Stars Everything I expected and Loved IT Trying to write on my phoneAbigail was married by proxy to a viscount She remembers Spencer The Dancer Who Flew: A Memoir of Rudolf Nureyev fondly and is lookingorward to a new lifeShe is half native American She can make potions Her ather left their company to her new husband She is opinionated She is American gaspsWhile Spencer has a stick up his butt He loves his work at the Home office He doesn t want kids He doesn t want a wife He was very gruff But he had that goodness *Inside That He Didn *that he didn let outUntil they meet And argue cos wtf I didn t marry you And argue And are upset and lust after each otherI enjoyed it cos he had his silly reasons that sure I understood but let it go manGood narrator Nice American and English accent Very good with Spencer s voice Enjoyable narrator Several things about this book really irritated me I admit I am not in a good mood Haven t been or days A book like this is too happy or me ATM The set up or this didn t do it or me Abby and Spencer were married by proxy Abby thought the marriage was real Spencer had no clue it was happening His brother orced them into the situation by The Gingerbread Man and the Leprechaun Loose at School forging Spencer s signature on the marriage documents Instead of saying the marriage wasalse rom the start Spencer thought it would be best if they pretended the marriage were real or a while His reasoning or this didn t make much sense Yeah he liked her. Original cover edition here The dashing Viscount proposes a marriage in name onlyin New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries' sexy historical romanceAbigail Mercer was thrilled at being reunited with Spencer Law whom she met once and later married by proxy But now Viscount Ravenswood denies all knowledge of their unio.
Sabrina Jeffries À 9 downloadWho claims to be his wife but when he inds himself becoming attracted to her he lets his insecurities and his secrets rule his verbal responses to her At times he s cold and cruel to her and other times he s caring and sweet It s enough
to make a woman s head spinAbigail is a lovely heroine When reading historical romances set in Regencymake a woman s head spinAbigail is a lovely heroine When reading historical romances set in Regency it s always nice to have at least one American preferably a woman thrown into the mix to turn things upside down and Abby doesn t disappoint She s definitely kind but she s also The Cutting Room: A Novel of Suspense forthright intelligent and sarcastic She tries so hard to please her stranger husband whom she s desperately attracted to but she doesn t cross the line into wimpdom by letting him walk all over her That s so important in a heroine just because she caresor the hero she shouldn t let him do or say what he wants to her Of course she isn t made of stone and Spencer s objections to their marriage hurt her but she doesn t shrivel up and whine she gets up and ights dirty She isn t afraid to tease him or to ace him head on in an argumentThere s plenty of sexual tension between Spencer and Abby almost *from the beginning and it builds slowly and passionately Mixed in that passion is such angst rom both characters each *the beginning and it builds slowly and passionately in with that passion is such angst rom both characters each wanting the other and thinking it isn t possible The longing adds such an appeal in the story that when I irst read it I just could not put it down until I inished it Years later upon reading it again on my Kindle I ound that I still loved Married to the Viscount as much as I did when I bought it in printSpencer and Abby s road to a happy ending was well written and perfectly timed They got to know themselves and each other better through their orced circumstances and Spencer had to choose between confronting his The Cake House fears or losing Abbyorever Married to the Viscount is the last book of the Swanlea series but in my opinion can be read alone since the previous characters don t do much but play supportive roles. Is handsome infuriating man who hides his smoldering passion behind a proper exterior So the lady will agree to his terms on one condition Spencer must seal their bargain with a kiss But he inds that one deep lingering unforgettable kiss isn't nearly enough And keeping his hands off his pretty wife is going to be much harder than he thought. But it didn t seem like he liked her enough to
*deal with the hassle of a pretend marriageI couldn t stand Abby Both in conversation and her thoughts all she didwith the hassle of a pretend marriageI couldn t stand Abby Both in conversation and her thoughts all she did the hassle of a pretend marriageI couldn t stand Abby Both in conversation and her thoughts all she did express how everyone looked down on her or being American when in The Wisdom of Psychopaths: What Saints, Spies, and Serial Killers Can Teach Us About Success fact not one person judged heror her nationality She needed to get over herself Not everything Spencer did was because he didn t like her I don t even get why she liked the guy She spent almost the entire book not understanding what made him tick Spencer was a viscount who was used to getting his way He was thwarted at every turn in this Nothing worked out the way he planned He was described as arrogant often He was but compared to other books I ve read with arrogant men he was nice in comparison The constant Spencer bashing by every single character got old The Outlandish Adventures of Liberty Aimes fast A lot of the bickering with Abby could have been avoided if he had been honest with her about his predicament view spoilerJust once I d like to read a romance where one of the characters who supposedly can t have kids actually can t have kids Every romance with this issue ends with an epilogue where it turns out they are having a baby This was no different hide spoiler Originally posted on Adria s Romance ReviewsMarried to the Viscount is one of myavorite Sabrina Jeffries books It is one of the ew books that checks off all the things that make a historical romance a hit or meSpencer Law the Viscount Ravenswood is such a stuffy arrogant and a generally unlikable ellow when he is irst introduced to readers in Dance of Seduction so inding out he was to be the hero
of the next book was a little hard to believe Would this stuffy man lower his loftythe next book was a little hard to believe Would this stuffy man lower his lofty and harsh character long enough to attract a woman Apparently not he had to be orced into a marriage in order to have a chance at love Spencer was handsome and rich of course but at the beginning of Married to the Viscount he really doesn t have much else to commend him He s courteous of Abby the woman. N Too many witnesses have made it impossible or the secretive Spencer to reject his bride without causing a scandal So he has proposed a marriage in name only until they can locate his mysteriously absent younger brother who is responsible or everything and untangle this messy affairAbigail is incensed irateand irresistibly attracted to th.