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If You Give a Girl a Viscount

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Has my life turned out the way I expected it would?

Daisy Montgomery has a huge problem that needs someone to show up and rescue her white horse and all. Daisy¿s nightmare of a step family has decided to use the secrets they know about her to steal her holdings, and keep her working as a servant not the mistress of the ...
Daisy Montgomery has a huge problem that needs someone to show up and rescue her white horse and all. Daisy¿s nightmare of a step family has decided to use the secrets they know about her to steal her holdings, and keep her working as a servant not the mistress of the manor. What her family does not know is Daisy will not be kept down and will save her family home by contacting the best reinforcements she has her godmother to help her out. Instead of the person Daisy expected, Charles Thorpe, Viscount Lumley shows up. Charlie is her godmother¿s grandson who apparently has come to help her on a bet which so far has turned into a nightmare he did not expect. The man has no money nor any ideas on how to help her do anything especially keep the property and get rid of the step-monsters. The upside is he wants to try and Daisy is desperate enough to drag him into her plans which seem far fetched but something is better than nothing. The two toss around ideas, plot aggressive tactics, and dance around an attraction that is growing more intense every moment they are together. The question for Daisy is why is Charlie so willing to help, Daisy has nothing to offer but he certainly seems willing to be part of her aggressive tactics. If she were a betting woman she might think there were alternative motives, but whatever could they be since his goal is to get back to London as soon as possible. Daisy and Charlie are a creative and inventive team of creative with the ability to make something out of nothing. They learn to trust each other to venture past the line of appropriate society in their bid to save Daisy¿s home and preserve her virtue with one being a tad more difficult than the other. As time progresses and they are drawn more into each other arms they know that trust is not the issue, but letting go of past pain is. When you have made mistakes it is difficult to know who you can lean on and be the person that you should not let get away. This fourth book in The Impossible Bachelors series with its enchanting characters and whimsical touches of romance is a great way to wrap up the series. I have a weakness for female characters named Daisy as they are always strong, smart and know what they want. Combine that with Charlie and you have a match made of legendary proportion.

posted by The_Reading_Reviewer on November 14, 2011

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Read it at the library!

I was sadly disappointed in this conclusion to the series. I enjoyed her three other Impossible Bachelors books, but could not make it past the first four chapters of this one. The characters and their actions make no sense and it gave me the same feeling as watching a...
I was sadly disappointed in this conclusion to the series. I enjoyed her three other Impossible Bachelors books, but could not make it past the first four chapters of this one. The characters and their actions make no sense and it gave me the same feeling as watching a bad play. It felt very forced and unnatural. So, read it if you must finish the series. But I would look for it at the library and not waste your money.

posted by Anonymous on November 6, 2011

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