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  • Title: The Viscount and the Vicar's Daughter
  • Author: Mimi Matthews
  • ISBN: 9780999036433
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • England, 1861 A world weary rake and a prim vicar s daughter are thrown together during a holiday house party Will they discover there s to each other than meets the eye Or will revelations from the past end their fragile romance before it begins A WORLD WEARY RAKEAfter years of unbridled debauchery, Tristan Sinclair, Viscount St Ashton has hit proverbial rock botEngland, 1861 A world weary rake and a prim vicar s daughter are thrown together during a holiday house party Will they discover there s to each other than meets the eye Or will revelations from the past end their fragile romance before it begins A WORLD WEARY RAKEAfter years of unbridled debauchery, Tristan Sinclair, Viscount St Ashton has hit proverbial rock bottom Seeking to escape his melancholy, he takes refuge at one of Victorian society s most notorious house parties As the Christmas season approaches, he prepares to settle in for a month of heavy drinking until an unexpected encounter changes his plans and threatens his heart.A PRIM VICAR S DAUGHTERValentine March is not the drab little spinster she appears to be When her new job as a lady s companion lands her smack in the middle of Yorkshire with England s most infamous rake, she resolves to keep her head down and her eyes fixed firmly on her future a future which most definitely does not include a sinfully handsome viscount.A MATCH MADE IN SCANDALA friendship is impossible An affair out of the question But when one reckless act binds them together, will two star crossed souls discover there s to each other than meets the eye Or will revelations from the past end their fragile romance before it begins

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    1. After enjoying the author’s first Victorian romance so much, I snapped The Viscount and the Vicar’s Daughter up immediately. Mimi Matthews writes “proper” Victorian books, where the characters act era-appropriately, the conversations are entertaining, and there’s a focus on the *romance*.The relationship in this one moves fast – it has to, as hero and heroine are caught together and forced into an engagement. Now, this is a plot device used a million times over in historical romance, [...]

    2. This was a nice engaging read, not a bodice ripper but it still has it's rake and self proclaimed womanizer, Tristan Sinclair, The Viscount St. Ashton a handsomely, devilish man used to over indulgence in drinking and women. Having finally burnout from all the excess he comes across Valentine March a prim and proper young Vicar's daughter who is employed as a companion that suddenly turns the viscount's head because she is not the typical, easily seduced young woman he is used to having. But Val [...]

    3. Let me start by saying what an unbelievably great book, it is rich and emotional and for me definitely what I have now come to expect from Ms Matthews. The Viscount and the Vicars daughter is very different from other historical romances it does go along the lines of marriage of convenience but the difference if that Tristan genuinely does love Valentine very much, and he wants to do what is right by her – after what happened, even with so much going against them not just society and his fathe [...]

    4. I was hooked on Mimi Matthews after reading The Lost Letter. And her newest, The Viscount and the Vicar’s Daughter, has only fed my addiction more. Like her earlier book, this was a wonderful Victorian tale of two people from different worlds. Virtual strangers who fall in love and must overcome misunderstandings and family interference on their path to true love. And most importantly, it’s another beautifully romantic story that will tug at your heart strings. Years ago, Tristan Sinclair, [...]

    5. She was a prim vicar's daughter. He was a notorious rake. They were ill-suited by societal standards, but the attraction between them was too strong to ignore.Valentine's beautiful society mother was pregnant and alone when the vicar married her to save her. Val grew up understanding her mother was a fallen woman, a sinner, and her father endeavored to ensure that Val did not follow her mother's path.The death of her father brings Val to be the companion of a vain and shallow beauty who forces V [...]

    6. Tristan and ValentineA vicar's orphaned and destitute daughter meets a world weary hardened rake in the abandoned folly of the ramshackle estate of a dissolute lord and lady in the midst of a debauched gathering and guess what? A sweet romance ensues. I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Both protagonists shared varying degrees of self doubt throughout this tale. Their vulnerability and willingness to bare their souls in spite of their innate low self esteem was heartening. Tristan Sinclair is not w [...]

    7. 2.25 stars.This was one of the better HR novellas that I've read. I appreciated the clean and safe read that it was. It was engagingly told, with alternating povs, and for a novella, surprisingly developed characters. There wasn’t any OP drama and the H’s rake past was firmly in the past. We didn’t meet any mistresses or former paramours of his. And he did seem to be at the point in his life when he wanted something real and lasting. So that was something. That being said, I don’t think [...]

    8. I'm really sorry that I don't like this little romance more than I do. Matthews' first one, THE LOST LETTERS, was a little gem and I was looking forward very much to this one, which has as its hero the older brother of the H of the first book.The writing is good. I was especially impressed that the author is one of a select few who know the difference between "comprise" and "compose". That was almost enough for me to want to hand out 4 stars to this book. But, unfortunately, as I was reading thi [...]

    9. Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for the arc to read in exchange for an honest review. I completely enjoyed this book. The characters development was well thought out and I loved them. For the first time in ages, I found myself not wanting a book to end. I wanted more. Their budding relationship was endearing.

    10. Just like with Ms. Roger's previous book, "The Lost Letter", this is a easy to devour Victorian era romance with deeply thought out characters, fantastic dialogue, enough historical details to make the story realistic but not too much to make it frustrating and a completely lovely, tender romantic arc. Our hero is a wearied rake (and while that word can be so over used in this genre, I appreciated the author's interpretation of the term. He spent years really engage in bacchanalian behavior) but [...]

    11. I want first to thanks to the Publisher and the Author for allow me to read this book.3.5☆ rounder up 4☆I have to say that I enjoy the book, even when this book wasn't what I was expecting, I think those who like novels with rake characters will enjoy this book better than I. I will recommend this book as well to those who like a clean story, (there's only mentions of the past life of the H (rake) and one passionate kiss with the h). The story were well developed in general and the character [...]

    12. I love Victorian romance's and read them often. A lot of them have the same plot and this one did as well, but the characters were engaging and the book was written by someone who obviously has researched the Victorian Era. I thoroughly enjoyed this one from beginning to end and could not put it down. Tristan is your typical wealthy rake at the beginning of the book, but as soon as he meets Valentine he begins to change. Her warmth and innocence are exactly what was needed to break him free from [...]

    13. Tristan Sinclair, Viscount St. Ashton, had a very bad reputation as a Rake and worse. But after ten years of debauchery, he needed more. Valentine March was a vicar's daughter and her mother died in childbirth. She was able to procure a companion's job and ended up at a house party.This was a delightful story. The descriptions were nice, the dialogue matched the action going on. The Characters were imaginative, lush and realistic. It turned into a you do like her or you don't type of camp. You w [...]

    14. A captivating piece, but I wish it was expanded upon and had more depth to it. Some characters were set aside without proper exploration their nature. Events were unrealistically hasty in their nature, and conversations lacked some of English politeness that one would know from works of that time. Otherwise I was pretty captured by the story as it was a fast and English kind of steamy read.

    15. What’s a rake to do when all his vices have lost their appeal? Tristan Sinclair is tired of living up to everyone else’s low expectations. His father’s dour predictions have become something of a self-fulfilling prophecy; after all, if nobody expects you to do anything good, you might as well just be bad.Stumbling across a young woman sobbing her heart out in the woods, though, Tristan has no audience to play to, and he’s touched by her plight. He can’t quite get her out of his mind, e [...]

    16. What a charming book of a reformed rake and the woman who stole his heart! It was a quick read that drew me in quickly and left me with a smile on my face by the end of the story. I love bad boy redemption stories, and this one, while a bit predictable, was nonetheless highly enjoyable. This will be the second book I have read by this author, and she has yet to fail in delighting me with her storytelling.Miss Valentine March is horrified to learn that her new position as companion to Lady Bright [...]

    17. This is the second novel I've read from this author, and I was not disappointed. It's a simple romance novel that is engaging and fun to read. It is a romance in every sense of the word. Valentine (the female protagonist) is endearing and sweet, and Tristan (the male protagonist) is roguish, but still a gentleman at heart. It is a story where opposites do attract. They meet at a house party, and Tristan is the only one who is nice to her.Unlike the first novel, this second novel is more light-he [...]

    18. I have been going through a Regency/Victorian Romance phase of reading and the The Viscount and the Vicar's Daughter ticked all the right buttons for me!We have a known Rake in Tristan meeting Valentine and the rest is history!nope, actually the situation is a lot more complex because he is a Viscount and she is a Companion. Plus there is more, much more attached to Valentine. I did read the book in one go and I really liked the characters a lot. Though I think Tristan turned out exactly like I [...]

    19. The Viscount and the Vicar’s Daughter⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ By Mimi MathewsNew Yorkshire, England, 1862 Valentine March is a lady’s companion and lands innocently at a notorious party.Tristan Sinclair, Viscount St. Ashton seeks escape from society and attends this party as a guest. It is when he hurriedly arrives he stumbles into a folly in the garden upon hearing crying. He see a dowdy your spinster in tears. As he observes her he realizes she has been purposely dressed this way wit [...]

    20. Delightful! _______ 3 1/2 starsCharming regency romance with the requisite rakish viscount who is unaccountability struck by cupid's arrow in the most irregular of circumstances.Well written with an interesting mystery, circumstances that add tensions to the romance your having when your not having a romance.A NetGalley ARC

    21. Thoroughly enjoyed this though I still prefer The Lost Letter more. Mimi Matthews has quickly become an auto-buy author for me! Her books are always true to the time period in terms of dress, dialogue, setting, etc. My only complaint would be that her books are so short - I wouldn't mind more development and background for supporting characters. Love the covers as well - simple and elegant.

    22. This is only the 2nd book I've read by Mimi Matthews. I loved the first book and was not disappointed in any way by this book. Miss Matthews knows how to tell a story. Her characters draw you in right away. From the moment I started this book, I couldn't put it down. Tristan is a rogue, who's reputation is much worse then his actual behavior. Valentine is a lady's companion who's all alone in the world. He becomes her hero. She becomes his savior. I thought it was so appropriate that it was Tris [...]

    23. Viscount St. Ashton is seeking an escape when he visits one of the most notorious house parties in society. What he finds, however, is an innocent young lady and his heart is caught.This was a sweetly told tale. St. Ashton was believable young man, wishing to be independent of his family. The one point I did not like was the insta-love he had for Miss March. His determination to prove himself worthy of this young woman, despite his father's opinion, made me root for him.Miss March has her own ba [...]

    24. I love Victorian romance's and read them often. A lot of them have the same plot and this one did as well, but the characters were engaging and the book was written by someone who obviously has researched the Victorian Era. I thoroughly enjoyed this one from beginning to end and could not put it down. Tristan is your typical wealthy rake at the beginning of the book, but as soon as he meets Valentine he begins to change. Her warmth and innocence are exactly what was needed to break him free from [...]

    25. I gave this 4 stars at Romantic Historical Reviews.This is the second novel by Ms. Matthew’s that I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing for RHR, and I enjoyed this one every bit as much as her first (The Lost Letter). Unfortunately, despite my enjoyment, The Viscount and the Vicar’s Daughter suffers from much the same problem that plagued the earlier novel. After the author introduces two appealing primary characters and a compelling storyline (I was hooked right from the start) she rushes th [...]

    26. What a delight! I loved the heroine, the hero, their interactions, his relationship with his father, everything. The only thing I didn't like was that it is a novella instead of a full length novel.I read an advance reader copy from netgalley.

    27. In The Viscount and the Vicar’s Daughter by Mimi Matthews, you meet two people who couldn’t be more different. First, Tristan Sinclair, Viscount St. Ashton, a man who with a somewhat sordid past and not much better present. He is unhappy with his life and doesn’t know what to do with himself to fix it. None of this, however, changes the fact that he is one of the countries most sought after and eligible bachelors.Matchmaking mamas throughout “The Ton” have been trying to snare him for [...]

    28. After reading The Lost Letter, I was really looking forward to Mimi Matthews’ next book. The Viscount and the Vicar’s Daughter was everything I hoped for. It’s a classic reformed rake romance with a twist. But where it excels is in the character development and the Victorian era authenticity. Matthews’ “rake” is a charismatic, handsome hero with hidden depths and lots of humor. Her vicar’s daughter is a relatable woman out on her own who is grappling with making her way in the worl [...]

    29. I enjoyed a book previously from Mimi. I liked it and gave it a chance. I am glad that I did. I liked how it started out! Major Spoiler! Tristan finds a girl crying in the woods. He goes to help her. Valentine is her name. She is a companion to a wicked girl. Hortensia destroyed a book with ink. Tristan takes her to the Estate he is going to. Tristan is a Rake. She is an innocent. There is a lot of action with Valentine. She has just lost her dad, who was the Vicar. This is a short read. Tristan [...]

    30. I won this book and I am delighted. Thank you Mimi for a wonderful read. I enjoyed the book so much I stayed up late to finish it. I loved the plot. I loved the characters. I loved everything about this book. I don't have one negative thing to say. Write more books!!!!

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