When Miss Elizabeth Montcrief’s father dies, she is left with the daunting task of running the family estate. She turns to her childhood friend and closest neighbor for help, but he has become a powerful viscount since she last saw him and is not interested in getting his hands dirty. He agrees to marry her instead, on one condition: that she move into his London home so he can keep an eye on her.
For who is this book for ?
- The characters are well-developed and likeable.
- The plot is well-paced and exciting.
- It’s a light, enjoyable read that doesn’t require too much thinking.
- The characters are not very likable.
- It’s a predictable romance story.
- The ending is cheesy and cliché.
Learn more about the author
Julia Quinn is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen historical romance novels, including The Viscount Who Loved Me. She lives in Colorado with her family.
“A delightful and charming story. I loved the characters, the plot was well-done, and there were plenty of laughs along the way.”
“A light, frothy Regency romance that is perfect for a lazy day.”
“If you’re a fan of historical romance novels, then you will definitely enjoy The Viscount Who Loved Me. This book is full of witty dialogue, charming characters, and sensual scenes.”