The heroine is no heroine but a whinny little girl and a waste on the hero even though he is not fleshed out.
While I can't speak for the year of 1765 I can speak for the year 2012 and I don't think kissing someone who is not your husband is so innocent.
Usually, if I don't really like a book I will get through it by skipping pages, but this was too much of an effort in this case.
A SCANDALOUS COUNTESS. Is a very good story. JO Beverley is a gem of a story teller and this book showed her at her best.Published 3 months ago by gail
Once again Jo Beverly delivers and great read, as always!Published 3 months ago by Carolyn Brubaker
She really knows how to build a story and include her past book's in the story. Love her book's. Have read them all!Published 10 months ago by Torri
As always, I thoroughly enjoy Jo Beverley. I am going back and rereading them - I read them years ago and gave away most of them, so now I am getting them again!Published 17 months ago by Annabel
I always enjoy Jo Beverly books. This was a good story, but I really wasn't "moved by it". I did like that it wasn't the usual virgin miss who was sneaking to find a thrill. Read morePublished 20 months ago by prissone
This is the first book by Jo Beverly that I was not at all captivated with. It is not up to her usual standards. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Barbara C. Bachman
New characters in a familiar world. I would have enjoyed a little more interaction with the Mallorens. Then again l am addicted to all things Malloren.Published 21 months ago by Sharon A. Coleman
I have always really preferred the Rogues, especially Nicholas, but the Malloren world is a very close second and Rothgar is challenge.Published 22 months ago by Gillian Paterson