The Virgin and the Viscount by Charis Michaels

The Virgin 
Lady Elisabeth Hamilton-Baythes has a painful secret. At fifteen, she was abducted by highwaymen and sold to a brothel. But two days later, she was rescued by a young lord, a man she’s never forgotten. Now, she’s devoted herself to save other innocents from a similar fate.
The Viscount 
Bryson Courtland, Viscount Rainsleigh, never breaks the rules. Well, once, but that was a long time ago. He’s finally escaped his unhappy past to become one of the wealthiest noblemen in Britain. The last thing he needs to complete his ideal life? A perfectly proper wife.
The Unraveling 
When Bryson and Elisabeth meet, he sees only a flawless candidate for his future wife. But a distant memory calls to him every time he’s with her. Elisabeth knows she’s not the wife Bryson needs, and he is the only person who has the power to reveal her secret. But neither can resist the devastating pull of attraction, and as the truth comes to light, they must discover that an improper love is the truest of all.

The Virgin and the Viscount (The Bachelor Lords of London, #2)The Virgin and the Viscount by Charis Michaels
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well, I can't say I wasn't surprised when I opened this book and found not the usual set up. The heroine in this novel suffered and is saved BUT the way in which it happens was surprising and all together refreshed for a Regency era historical romance. I love Elizabeth's strength despite what she's been through. I also love Bryson even though he was a little hard headed there in the middle.

This book is not the usual historical romance of this period so if that's what you want you need to look elsewhere. If you want to try something different and fun then you should definitely pick this one up.

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Charis Michaels is thrilled to be making her debut with Avon Impulse. Prior to writing romance, she studied Journalism at Texas A&M and managed PR for a trade association. She has also worked as a tour guide at Disney World, harvested peaches on her family’s farm, and entertained children as the “Story Godmother” at birthday parties. She has lived in Texas, Florida, and London, England. She now makes her home in the Washington, D.C.-metro area.


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