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It is one of the few books that checks off all the things that make a historical romance a hit for me. Spencer Law, the Viscount Ravenswood is such a stuffy, arrogant and a generally unlikable fellow when he is first introduced to readers in Dance of Seduction so finding out he was to be the hero of the next book was a little hard to believe. Would this stuffy man lower his lofty stan Originally posted on Adria's Romance Reviews Married to the Viscount is one of my favorite Sabrina Jeffries books. Would this stuffy man lower his lofty standards and harsh character long enough to attract a woman? Apparently not, he had to be forced into a marriage in order to have a chance at love.
Would this stuffy man lower his lofty standards and harsh character long enough to attract a woman?
Apparently not, he had to be forced into a marriage in order to have a chance at love. Spencer was handsome and rich of course but at the beginning of Married to the Viscount he really doesn't have much else to commend him. He's courteous of Abby, the woman who claims to be his wife, but when he finds himself becoming attracted to her, he lets his insecurities and his secrets rule his verbal responses to her.
At times he's cold and cruel to her and other times he's caring and sweet. It's enough to make a woman's head spin!
Abigail is a lovely heroine. That's so important in a heroine, just because she cares for the hero, she shouldn't let him do or say what he wants to her. Of course, she isn't made of stone and Spencer's objections to their marriage hurt her, but she doesn't shrivel up and whine, she gets up and fights dirty. She isn't afraid to tease him or to face him head on in an argument. There's plenty of sexual tension between Spencer and Abby, almost from the beginning and it builds slowly and passionately.
Mixed in with that passion is such angst from both characters, each one wanting the other and thinking it isn't possible. The longing adds such an appeal in the story that when I first read it, I just could not put it down until I finished it!
Years later, upon reading it again on my Kindle, I found that I still loved Married to the Viscount as much as I did when I bought it in print. Or what you could expect from him. What he does to you whenever he comes near. Whether he makes your heart race and your body heat.
And in that one area, I am the perfect husband for you. She even let him deepen the kiss.
She even twined hers with his, raising his pulse to a feverish pitch. But I need a thermometer to determine if and how high my body heated.
But it was a good kiss, I suppose. Better than some, not as good as others. How many chaps have you kissed in the last nine years, anyway?
Bloody insolent chit. You really ought to go, Giles—my brothers will be none too pleased to find you here alone with me. Jarret had warned him away from Minerva only a few weeks ago. This is the perfect solution to all my problems with Gran. And me!
Gran will never let me marry you. Gran liked Maria from the very beginning.
They can take care of themselves and Gran knows it. Men have all the power in marriage—they can legally beat their wives, take their money, and force them into anything they please. But she worries a great deal about Celia and I, because our future husbands will take us out of her control. Anything could happen.