How to Catch a Wicked Viscount by Amy Rose Bennett

How to Catch a Wicked Viscount

Amy Rose Bennett

Sophie’s plans to make a spectacular debut go horribly awry when she and her friends are expelled from a young ladies’ academy. They determine that unconventional means need to be employed in the husband-hunting market.

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A young lady's tarnished reputation might cost her everything in this first book in the Disreputable Debutantes series. 

Shy, bookish Sophie Brightwell is expected to make an advantageous match to improve her family's fortunes. However, Sophie's plans to make a spectacular debut go horribly awry when she and her three closest friends are expelled from a young ladies' academy for unbecoming conduct. Since the ton will be sure to close their doors on these disgraced debutantes, they determine that unconventional means need to be employed in the husband-hunting market. Rakehells—the beau monde's wickedest members—might be the only men willing to overlook a young lady's besmirched reputation. 
 
But how does one catch a rake?

Nate Hastings, the devil-may-care Viscount Malverne, is the older brother of Sophie’s best friend, fellow disgraced debutante Lady Charlotte. When a terribly foxed Nate accidentally compromises Sophie, Charlotte strikes a wicked bargain: in order to avoid a scandal and the parson's mousetrap, Nate must help Sophie snare a husband. But as Nate fulfills his obligation and begins to instruct the lovely Sophie in the art of luring rakes, he soon finds himself battling his own fierce attraction to her.


Advance Galley Reviews

I am not one to read historical romance but Amy Rose Bennett has me hooked! The playful and hot teasings of Nate with Sophie just had me eating up the book and wanting more. I cant wait for the next book! I am SO hoping its going to be Gabriel!

Loved it! Didn't put it down.

Although the story is engaging, there was a lot of expository dialogue (a pet peeve of mine). Like many historical romances, this one is pretty anachronistic in terms of characters’ attitudes and actions, but it’s all fantasy anyway, right? Despite these minor shortcomings, I want to continue with the series.

 


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