The Vanishing Viscountess (2020)

The Vanishing Viscountess Diane Gaston The Vanishing Viscountess A woman of innocence and notorietyThe prisoner stood with an expression of defiance leather shackles on her wrists Adam Vickery Marquess of Tannerton was drawn to this woman so dignified in her pl
  • Title: The Vanishing Viscountess
  • Author: Diane Gaston
  • ISBN: 9780373294794
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
The Vanishing Viscountess Diane Gaston A woman of innocence and notorietyThe prisoner stood with an expression of defiance, leather shackles on her wrists Adam Vickery, Marquess of Tannerton, was drawn to this woman, so dignified in her plight He didn t recognize her as the once innocent, hopeful debutante he had danced with long years ago Marlena Parronley, the notorious Vanishing Viscountess, was a fugitivA woman of innocence and notorietyThe prisoner stood with an expression of defiance, leather shackles on her wrists Adam Vickery, Marquess of Tannerton, was drawn to this woman, so dignified in her plight He didn t recognize her as the once innocent, hopeful debutante he had danced with long years ago Marlena Parronley, the notorious Vanishing Viscountess, was a fugitive Seeing the dashing, carefree marquess of her dreams just reminded her that she couldn t risk letting anyone, especially Tanner, get caught up in helping her escape He would face the same punishment she did The hangman s noose.
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  1. AgentScully

    I usually turn to the Harlequin Historical line for Medievals and Westerns which are hard to come by nowadays, rather than Regencies, which are churned out by seemingly every publisher out there So this is my first HH Regency and I picked it up because I d heard Diane Gaston is a good writer Well she is, at least on the evidence of this book, which I thoroughly enjoyed Tanner is a wonderful hero, strong and protective but kind, flirtatious and with a sense of humor We are told that he feels guil [...]

  2. Ana T.

    I enjoyed Diane Gaston s first two books very much and them original stories, ever since then I ve been buying her books in the hopes of finding stories that appeal to me Unfortunately I never did find another keeper and this one was no exception.Marlena the name put me off a bit, it sounded like a second rate singer is the Vanishing Viscountess ever since she run away after having been accused of murdering her husband In fact she is innocent, she was framed by her cousin who wants to inherit h [...]

  3. Ruth

    I have to say, this one surprised me I d read other books by this author, and loved her steamy short stories, but found her longer stories lacking This one wasn t steamy, but was just a great story It starts out with a dramatic beginning a shipwreck, and unfolds into a great story of escape, redemption and love The prose isn t blistering, but there is something nice about it s simplicity The hero is a man of great promise who feels he has little value to anyone, nor purpose in life He feels his [...]

  4. Trenchologist

    Enjoyed aspects how they meet, each having a black mark on their past, saving one another, some unconventional threads but it really bogged down in the last third I liked them on the run and in disguise, but that unspooled too long and ran thin as did the numerous love scenes I get it, they cannot exist without each other marvel in that, but when you re on the run for your life maybe you indulge in a little less sleeping in morning sex By the time they wound up at the one place they should not g [...]

  5. SheLove2Read

    I was pleasantly surprised by this book I m not a big fan of Regency romances and it usually takes a fantastic story to keep me interested in one This book is classified as a Regency but I would have to call it of a historical The story begins on a ship from Ireland bound to England, and its foundering in a storm Marquess Adam Tannerton or Tanner is on board and feels sure this is his doom Across the crowded room where the passengers have been herded he spies a woman in shackles with a Bow Stre [...]

  6. Ellen B.

    This is the one where I spent a good half hour of my life dwelling on the fact that the cover displays a shirt that is incorrect for the period, so I guess you can see where my priorities are.It was entertaining enough, and pretty dramatic at the end While I guess Marlena s constant lying about her past to Tanner and his dwelling on some past sin make sense, they were both seriously overwrought about their own guilt, I guess And come to think of it, I don t think Tanner s big sin was ever proper [...]

  7. penelopewanders

    Took this along on a day trip to read on the train Second book I ve read by this author and she seems to bring things down a few notches from the lofty registers of upper aristocracy so prevalent in historical novels Very pleasant read.

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