Viscount Vagabond Devil s Delilah Regency Noblemen Signet Regency Romance Now fans can Live the romance Read Loretta Chase Christina Dodd with two delightful stories together for the first time

  • Title: Viscount Vagabond / Devil's Delilah (Regency Noblemen, #1 & #2) (Signet Regency Romance)
  • Author: Loretta Chase
  • ISBN: 9780451212238
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • Now fans can Live the romance Read Loretta Chase Christina Dodd with two delightful stories together for the first time.

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    One thought on “Viscount Vagabond / Devil's Delilah (Regency Noblemen, #1 & #2) (Signet Regency Romance)”

    1. To my surprise not only D. Perkins/Gaston but also Jo Beverly copied from these older novels by L. Chase. A simple comparison of dates - and the fact that these romances are OOP - shows who wrote what when. Of course everyone is still using Heyer, but after her first more clichéd story, Chase had quickly shown her own touch in a myriad of ways I'm not listing apart from the (duh) humour, and the warmth and support that her couples always show each other, and the heroine's genuine difference an [...]

    2. Viscount Vagabond was pretty good, but Devil's Delilah didn't work at all for me. Never could see what attracted Jack to Delilah, and Devil was supposed to be a rake with a scandalous history but was simply portrayed as a devoted and loving father and husband with a great sense of humour. Hence the plot, based around the publication of Devil's scandalous memoirs, made no sense at all. It was also way too convoluted and silly to work in a book of this length. The other characters besides Devil, D [...]

    3. I wish I could give this three and a half stars. I think Devil's Delilah (DD) should get four and Viscount Vagabond (VV) only three. The best part about DD was the wonderfully bookish hero who goes to great Ton balls with a book of Grecian poetry in his hand. The heroine, Delilah, is the only woman who could easily take his mind of his books. He was charming and his frustration with her and her effect on his bookishness was cute. The hero in VV was less interesting, as was the heroine. Still, it [...]

    4. If you're looking for a scrumptious beta hero and an unusual heroine, check out Devil's Delilah. While the heroine is being dazzled by the charms of another, the hero is quietly going about fixing things for Delilah so that she may be accepted by Society. Upon discovering the scholarly hero's unrivaled ability to kiss her senseless, Delilah calls him a "wolf in bookworm's clothing." It made me snort-laugh.

    5. I liked both of these stories quite a bit. I would say, perhaps I enjoyed the second story better. In the first story, the hero's tendency to randomly slip into improper English to somehow strengthen our knowledge that he lived in the Americas was annoying. Very annoying. It drove me nuts. I also think I enjoyed the premise of the second story better, but I'm a bookish sort so I think it entertained me in that way.

    6. I really enjoy Loretta Chase's work, she has a tongue in cheek sense of humor and it comes out in her witty asides. These were both fine novels for a bit of fun and mental distraction.

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