Sunday, September 23, 2012

NOR SPINET Review: My Scandalous Viscount by Gaelen Foley



My Scandalous Viscount
Gaelen Foley

Review Rating:
3.5 Stars

Release Date: Sept. 25th, 2012
Publisher: Avon
Age Group: Adult
Category: Historical Romance
Pages: Novel: 385 pages

Back of the Book:
Meet the courageous men of the Inferno Club as they face their greatest challenge yet: marriage!
Sebastian, Viscount Beauchamp, lives by a code of honor, and now honor dictates he must marry Miss Carissa Portland. He has no regrets over stealing a kiss from the adorable little busybody—a fitting punishment for putting her delectable nose where it didn't belong. But now, caught in a compromising situation, he knows he must make her his bride. He's faced danger before—but nothing like this!
Carissa is not a gossip—she's a "lady of information." And all she was trying to do was warn the rakehell Beauchamp away from an irate husband. But even she can't flaunt Society, and while her head tells her that Beau's a notorious scoundrel, her heart—and her body—are captivated by his dangerous charm. But when Carissa next goes snooping, the secrets she uncovers about the Inferno Club may prove even more hazardous than falling in love with her own husband.

About the Author
Gaelen Foley is the author of seventeen rich, sexy, and dramatic Regency historicals. Her books have won many awards, are published in numerous languages, and appear regularly on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists. She lives in Pennsylvania with her college-sweetheart husband, Eric, and a spoiled bichon frise named Bingley.


REVIEW SPINET:
Review written for NOR by Valerie

My Scandalous Viscount brings us the story of Sebastian, Viscount Beauchamp and Carissa Portland. Carissa is a thrilling addition to the Inferno Club, a little different from the previous wives inducted into the club through marriage to their husbands, and Carissa is a “lady of information”. Carissa is a fun, enjoyable character who brings a new side of humanity to Sebastian and his rigid code of honor. Watching these two battle their feelings and come to their own has been very pleasurable. Fans of the Inferno Club series will be especially delighted to find out that this won’t be the end of the line for this series.


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