The Madness of Viscount Atherbourne

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Victoria Lacey’s life is perfect—perfectly boring. Agree to marry a lord who has yet to inspire a solitary tingle? It’s all in a day’s work for the oh-so-proper sister of the Duke of Blackmore. Surely no one suspects her secret longing for head-spinning passion. Except a dark stranger, on a terrace, at a ball where she should not be kissing a man she has just met. Especially one bent on revenge. More
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About Elisa Braden

Reading romance novels came easily to Elisa Braden. She’s been doing it since she was twelve. Writing them? That took a little longer. After graduating with degrees in creative writing and history, Elisa spent entirely too many years in “real” jobs writing T-shirt copy ... and other people’s resumes ... and articles about giftware displays. But that was before she woke up and started dreaming about the very unreal job of being a romance novelist. Frankly, she figures better late than never.

Elisa lives in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest, where you're constitutionally required to like the colors green and gray. Good thing she does. Other items on the "like" list include cute dogs, strong coffee, and epic movies. Of course, her favorite thing of all is hearing from readers who love her characters as much as she does.

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Reviews of The Madness of Viscount Atherbourne by Elisa Braden

April reviewed on June 11, 2020

This is a fun series and worth reading! The characters are good and the story holds your interest!
The author can even redeem a scoundrel and that takes skill!
(reviewed 12 months after purchase)
Teri Rose reviewed on Jan. 4, 2015

Desperately waiting for book 2. I've searched the internet and am surprised this is the first book this author has written. Her writing style is very polished and had very few grammatical errors, near perfect. The story was wonderful and felt fresh despite it being set in Regency times. It's so hard to come up with something new in that era. Can't wait to see what book 2 has in store for me.
(review of free book)
Linda Winey reviewed on Jan. 3, 2015

I love Regency romance stories and this didn't disappoint.
(review of free book)

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