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The Viscount and the Vicar's Daughter Paperback – December 28, 2012
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- A man who has turned against God, who finally sees the truth and becomes a better man.
And, by the way, I love good Historicals & this fits very well.
The Viscount is charming and becomes a better man as the story continues. Sophie grows more self confident and is a down to earth person. Her brothers give humor to the story but they grow up also. Sophie's friend is wealthier than she is but never lets that come between them. All the characters in the book come across as genuine and add flavor to the story.
This is a keeper to be read time and again when I feel the need to visit good people in Regency England.
No twists or turns -- we see everything pretty much laid out from the very beginning.
The heroine was sweet and humble, very conscious of her status. The hero was dark and forbidding, very conscious of his status -- and has to rescue the heroine from disasters. There wasn't much conversation between the two. The heroine often had long conversations with her best friend, her aunt, her father, the hero's sister, etc. I would have found the story more believable and enjoyable if the main characters talked more to each other. It made me wonder why they fell in love.