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Her Notorious Viscount Mass Market Paperback – March 31, 2009


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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Avon; Original edition (March 31, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061470813
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061470813
  • Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 4.1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,491,029 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Two of Jenna Petersen's childhood dreams wereto be a ballerina and a baseball player. Those didn't work out,but she's pleased to be following another childhood dream,writing books for a living. And what better than romance,where dreams come true on every page? Jenna lives in centralIllinois with her high school sweetheart husband andtwo taskmaster cats. She loves to hear from readers.


More About the Author

Jenna Petersen loves history and happily-ever-after, so writing sensual historical romances seems to be the perfect fit! Check out her books as Jess Michaels, too! She lives in Arizona with her loving husband and two mischievous cats, Harley and Quinn.

Customer Reviews

I really wanted to like this book, and in the beginning I did.
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Another plus is the chemistry between them, which is very well written and sizzles off the pages.
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I really liked this book - both the Hero and Heroine are engaging and likeable.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By R. Phillips on April 7, 2009
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The hero and heroine in this story are so likable you won't want to put the book down. The hero has just lost his brother and must leave what he considers his life of freedom to become the heir to his family's title and estates. He is not accepted by society and must find his way. The heroine comes into his life to help him with this but at a price. She wants the hero to find out any news he can about her missing brother. She believes he is her only access to this information. These two make for a great love and a great romance. Both characters are very intelligent and strong. This is no annoying stiff backed martyr heroine and the hero is no tough guy brute. He is a tough guy, but a very sexy and respectable man. This story is enjoyable from start to finish and is a highly recommended page turner. Very entertaining and a must read.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Cali on April 16, 2009
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The cost of books these days and the waste when you end up disappointed or frustrated is pretty darn costly these days.

That's why it is *SO* nice after spending as much as I do on new books every month and as much as I read, to finally get a 5* book! And actually, I've been very lucky recently as I've had two out of the past two or three dozen I've read that were 5* 1-nighter's for me! (The other is "Some Like It Wild" by Teresa Medeiros if you're wondering)

The story grabs you from pg.1 to the end! The characters are very well written - with things (or body parts) to drool over, as well as like - without going over the top. Probably the best thing about this story is the author actually involves the reader in *feeling* the story! That's what so many books miss or fall short of.

Ms. Peterson doesn't just change her hero and heroine to make the happy ending. Rather she leaves what was basically good and inherent in each of them, and merely softens up some rough edges. These characters feel so real you can't help but like them. I don't know why some author's or books can write basically the same story, yet one be a total disaster while the other is just fantastic, but Ms. Peterson has definitely that gift or figured it out! When you read a story that actually makes you sniffle or laugh out loud, and *feel* what you're actually reading - that is the gift of story telling! And so very special!

I only hope Ms. Peterson will follow up with a happy ending for Patrick and "Rage" as well!

Thank you for a wonderful story Ms. Peterson! =)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By jjmachshev VINE VOICE on May 20, 2009
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Although "Her Notorious Viscount" was just shy of four stars for me, I bumped it up based on my smile at the end :) Jenna Petersen's latest regency romance is about a man and a woman who neither quite fit in; but both manage to find a place for themselves, with each other. A lovely message in today's world.

Stone is really the brand new Viscount Stoneworth, elevated to the title by the death of his beloved twin. Ignored and disparaged by his father, Stone became the antithesis of his brother and disappeared from polite society into London's infamous Underground. Now that he's ascended to the title, he will need to straighten up his act to take his place in the ton and uphold the family name...no matter how little he wishes to do so.

Jane is a lady whose decisions have resulted in her current status as a companion. First she lost her father and then shortly afterward, her missing brother was declared dead. However, Jane refuses to believe that her brother is gone. Instead, she's sure the cousin only declared him dead in order to inherit the family's title and wealth. So instead of allowing him to care for her, or accepting his numerous marriage offers, she hired herself out as a companion and continues her search for news of her brother. When word reaches her of Stone's familiarity with the Underground, where her brother disappeared, she's sure his status as a gentleman will cause him to help her. Instead, she's forced to make a deal with Stone: her assistance in society comportment in return for his assistance in finding word of her brother.

It's not hard to quickly figure out where the plot is headed; but in this case it really is the journey that makes all the difference.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By n22v on May 7, 2009
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This was a fantastic, well-written story that engaged my attention and my emotions from start to finish! I highly recommend it!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrea W on May 1, 2009
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As a prized pugilist in London's seedy underground, Nicholas Stoneworth certainly knows how to take care of himself, though he hasn't always been a part of this kind of life. Born the second son of a marquis, he was never able to live up to his father's expectations. Thus, he left his privileged life behind seven years ago. Now he receives news he never thought he'd ever receive--his brother is dead. Since his brother had only daughters, Nicholas is thrust into the role of Viscount Stoneworth, a title he does not want. Upon reentering Society, he once again disappoints his father and embarrasses his family by behaving in a most depraved and ungentlemanly manner. After a heartfelt conversation with his sister-in-law, he is ashamed by his actions and wants to correct them to protect his nieces' futures and ensure his late brother's legacy.

Like Nicholas, Jane Fenton lives a life much different from that which she was born. Currently, Jane, the daughter of a viscount, serves as a lady's companion. After her brother disappeared and was later declared dead and her father passed away, Jane wanted nothing to do with or anything from the cousin who inherited her father's title. Especially since she doesn't believe her brother is actually dead. He was rumored to have been addicted to opium and vanished into the underground. Considering that the new Viscount Stoneworth just returned from there and also observing how unprepared he is for the title he now holds, Jane seeks him out to make a deal with him. She will reacquaint and instruct him on how to be a gentleman if he will use any connections he has to locate her missing brother.
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