To Tempt a Viscount

To Tempt a Viscount

by Naomi Boom

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BN ID: 2940156705771
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 01/13/2017
Series: Entangled Nobility , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 262
Sales rank: 805,614
File size: 275 KB

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To Tempt a Viscount 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
HollyJenae More than 1 year ago
175 pages. Can be read as a stand alone. Rated R. HEA. I feel it should be pointed out that he is not hopelessly in love with her from the beginning as the description leads you to believe. It's a story of boy meets girl, attraction, boy tells girl he'll never marry, girl tells him to leave her be, boy can't stay away from girl, love, angst, boy loses girl due to determination not to marry, boy realized he's lost without girl, HEA. I loved that they made an actually irredeemably nasty female cousin and didn't try to give her redeeming qualities or explain some hidden hardship. They just let her be a jerk.... That is until the next book in the series which is apparently about her finding love. I definitely won't be reading that one. All in all I enjoyed this read though. I like the characters and I enjoyed the nasty cousin getting what was coming for her.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lady Laura Rosing, daughter of the Earl of Krant, is traveling with her irritating cousin, Miss Eleanor Ashford, who is the daughter of a Baron. Eleanor is complaining that there may not be enough to keep her entertained at a house party that they will be attending. While it is nice to attend the house party, Laura would rather spend her time reading and riding her horse. Upon arrival, Laura is so tired she falls asleep. Awakening late at night, she goes in search of some water to drink. When she finds the library, she stops in for a book. There she runs into Lord Gavin Farris, a known rake. After exchanging some words where he flirts with her, she then quickly flees to her room. Later, Lord Farris and his friend, Lord Collins are complaining how boring these soirees are. The next morning, Laura is enjoying her early morning ride which is something she does every day and she prefers going alone. When Gavin interrupts her ride, she reacts angrily and puts him down. She does not care for rakes but he continues to pester her. Laura is and always has been plagued by Eleanor’s cattiness toward her. She tries patiently to ignore her but it is difficult. Eleanor is very self-centered. Soon, Lord Collins tells Gavin that he is taken with Eleanor and is thinking of marrying her. While Gavin wishes him well, she reiterates that he is not interested in getting married. As Gavin and Laura get to know one another better, he realizes she is quite intelligent and witty and she realizes that under his rake facade, he is truly a gentleman. Thus begins an attraction between them. However, Laura soon feels that Gavin is not serious and she tries to back away from him but she cannot stop thinking about him. Is there a way that Gavin can realize that marriage to this lovely woman with whom he is smitten would be a good idea or will his basic fear of marriage keep them apart? I enjoyed this story and was delighted that it is a clean romance which is very refreshing. I look forward to reading more books from this author. Copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved reading this book. It is an easy and engaging read. I cannot wait to read more stories from this author :)
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
I consider myself to be a connoisseur of literature. My love of reading has allowed me to discover a wide range of talented authors in an even larger range of genres. By choice, I enjoy the romance genre, particularly historical. From my first Judith McNaught novel, I was hooked. That message of love overcoming tragedies, social standing and even healing and building bonds is one that I have always loved. To Tempt a Viscount is a contemporary romance with a historical format. Ms. Boom lends her voice to the majestic regency era while giving her lovebirds a more modern field and it works. Laura is my kind of heroine. She's knows what she wants, speaks her mind and stays true to herself. Farris is a playboy through and through. He shields his heart by playing the part of a rogue. These characters highlight the best in each other and give the story an airy feel. New author, fabulous romance.