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The Viscount's Bride
Ann Elizabeth Cree
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The Viscount's Bride

3.4 of 5 stars 3.40  ·  rating details  ·  63 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Lady Chloe Had Nowhere To Turn...

Either she followed her guardian's dictates and married a wholly detestable suitor or she settled for the comfortable love of a sensible man. Faced with a bleak future on either front, Chloe settled for Mr. Safe and Sensible. It wasn't until her so-called "safe" choice tried to compromise her reputation that Brandt, Lord Salcombe, rushed in
ebook, 304 pages
Published February 1st 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published July 1st 2004)
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My July book of the month was The Viscount's Bride by Ann Elizabeth Cree. I really enjoyed this book this past month. It was a passionate, entertaining read that did not seem repetitive and was really fresh. I would recommend this book to historical romance lovers, who wish that they were born in the 1800's. I know I wish I was!


I promise to be brutally honest with my opinion, but it should not be taken as fact. Any reader should read it for themselves, before they decide if this book
Frances Fuller
If you like a milksop, crying, fainting, headache prone, heroine with a bad plot, this book is for you. The only interesting thing was "what did the hero see in her?"
I might have liked this book if it were about half as long. Instead, it was a little on the excruciating side, due to the number of misunderstandings and times that the protagonists don't communicate what they're thinking, the number of assorted fears and doubts that each suffers, especially in relation to the relatively small amount of actual character development.
This was a pretty good romance novel with all the typical misunderstandings between the hero & heroine. I sometimes end up frustrated with their thinking & inability to communicate, but overall I enjoyed the book.
BJ Rose
This sat on my TBR shelf for quite a while, and now I know why. This was a strong 2* but didn't rise to 3*. I just didn't find myself engaged with the main characters
Very predictable marriage of convenience regency romance.
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Ann Elizabeth Cree finished her first historical romance, A Bargain With Fate, while on maternity leave with her first child. In 1995, A Bargain With Fate won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award for bestunpublished Regency Romance. Harlequin Mills and Boon later bought the book and it was published in 1998.

Since then, she has published six other historical romances with Mills and Bo
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