The Dark Viscount

The Dark Viscount

by Deborah Simmons

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Overview

Sydony Marchant is suspicious of the maze behind her new home, an old manor house with a sinister history. She's even more suspicious of darkly handsome Bartholomew Hawthorne, and when he arrives on her doorstep, she doesn't know whether to run to him—or away from him.

Viscount Hawthorne hasn't traveled to Oakfield for a friendly visit or to gawk at a garden maze, no matter how eerie it is. He's there to solve a mystery of his own, and he won't be distracted by lovely Sydony Marchant—even if she could be his one weakness.

But Sydony and Samhain may change his mind.

"Simmons grabs readers with a well-crafted Regency-set romance. A stormy, bleak landscape; a dark, unwelcoming manor house and mysterious goings-on in the overgrown ominous maze lend a chilling gothic flavor." – Romantic Times

Deborah Simmons is a two-time RITA Finalist and USA Today bestselling author of romances originally published by Avon, Harlequin, and Berkley, as well as an indie romantic comedy.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162279655
Publisher: Bennett Street Books
Publication date: 03/19/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 195,396
File size: 588 KB

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Deborah Simmons began her career as a journalist, but left nonfiction for the world of happily ever afters. She’s written historical romances originally published by Avon, Harlequin, and Berkley, as well as an indie romantic comedy.

Her books A Lady of Distinction and The Gentleman Thief were finalists in Romance Writers of America’s annual RITA competition. Two other releases, The Gentleman's Quest and Glory and the Rake (now titled Glory and the Duke), were up for The Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence for Mystery/Suspense. And her work has been translated and published in more than thirty countries, with graphic novel editions available in Japanese.

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