Mobi ´ A Notorious Countess Confesses ´ 374 pages

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Mobi ´ A Notorious Countess Confesses ´ 374 pages á She rose to spectacular heightsFrom Covent Garden to courtesan to countess beautiful fearless shamelessly ambitious Evie Duggan has riveted London in every role she plays But the ton never could forgive her scandalous—if shockingly short—marriage and when her star In his veins Adam’s strength is tested when scandal aka the countess moves to Sussex But when a woman who fiercely guards her heart and a man entrusted with the souls of an entire town surrender to a forbidden desire will the sweetest sin lead them to Heavenor make outcasts of them forever? 450 Stars RegencyHistorical Romance Man of God Reverend Adam Sylvaine comes from the notorious Eversea bloodline Despite of that his passion towards his work as a vicar and impeccable manners have practically endorsed him as the epitome of suave noblehood His gracious conduct and the fact that he is basically as handsome as the fallen angel himself have made him uite an endearing and popular sort in the little village of Pennyroyal Green Unmarried ladies and match making mamas are forever participating to grab his attention for matrimonial assignment Parishioners rush to churches each week straining to catch a glimpse of his too striking face and pristine character He knows his goal and the seriousness of his work and what his parishioners expect of him He likes them What he doesn’t like is the notorious countess’s shameless attempt to test him flirt with him and constantly trying to terrorize him for her ‘scandalize’ nature just because she can What he further comes to dislike when men from her past starts showing up in her life threatening to reveal his baser instinct and primitive possessiveness towards the beautiful countess who is clearly VERY attracted to him herself While passion sings and love blooms performing duty and keeping vows can either end up in a happily ever after or life long departures with broken heartsThe beautiful writing of Ms Long stands out TALL among the many other historical This book is sophisticated intense fluffy and amusing all at the same time The protagonists were thoroughly written inside out leaving no grey areas for them to be dubious and unlikable Adam Sylvaine is a strong man who is sharp capable classy and mature He is the perfect hero for Evie who as an infamous courtesan used to have men dueling over her The setting feels authentic since there are anecdotal elements in the story other than the love angle hence giving it a leverage The secondary characters actually have something to do other than sulking into the background to give Hh some predictable center stage The characters with clever dialogues are well written followed by a great plot So what else do we need to make this book even better? The BRILLIANT ending continued by a beautiful epilogue ofcourse Ms Long does a fine job trying to cover all the points generouslyARC courtesy Edelweiss and Harper Collins Publishers

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Ous gossip the countess escapes to the only legacy left to her a manor house in Pennyroyal GreenHe never expected to fall so hardHe has the face of a fallen angel and a smolder the devil would envy but Vicar Adam Sylvaine walks a precarious line resisting temptationand the wild Eversea blood I've been on a run of Histrom on courtesans I guessThis one was ok I enjoyed the social stuff and the tenuous friendships than the romance Adam was the most annoying type of hero to me the kind that can really gut a person Hot then cold grand gestures followed by an arms length No thanksEvie though gets all the stars

Book ô A Notorious Countess Confesses Æ Julie Anne Long

A Notorious Countess ConfessesShe rose to spectacular heightsFrom Covent Garden to courtesan to countess beautiful fearless shamelessly ambitious Evie Duggan has riveted London in every role she plays But the ton never could forgive her scandalous if shockingly short marriage and when her star plummets amid gleefully vici Update This might be my 7th or so re read that's how much I like this book In many of the other Pennyroyal books I've caught glimpses of Vicar Sylvane And he's always made me curious but I never thought he'd be HOTT I love Adam just love him to death I love the cover That blond guy looks something like the guy I'm envisioning for Adam And since I've been fixated on a certain Mr Blondie Bun for all my blonds in romances these days I'm going to change the gif at the bottom to reflect my current fantasy Feast your eyes ladies PThis is possibly tied for #1 of my favorite Julie Anne Long books esp her series Pennyroyal Green Where do I begin? Let me count the ways I love this book#1 The Heroine From Covent Garden to courtesan to countess beautiful fearless shamelessly ambitious Evie Duggan That about covers it Nicknamed the Black Widow she's a tart with a heart and a dramatic flair for timing#2 The Hero Vicar Adam Sylvaine Tall broad blond and beautiful A gorgeous man of faith with very strong self control and can't be swayed JUST by a pretty face I love how the she flirts with him the less receptive he is to her I love how he demands only truth from her and falls for the woman inside#3 The cast of characters in the small village Good people not without faults but underneath it all good upstanding people I love the process through which the h wins the town over I love how Adam helps her BTW Adam and Eveie wink wink but lets her do most of the heavy lifting He's such a good shepherd of his flock#4 The beautiful writing and wit and humor and dialogue From the first scene of Evie falling alseep the only female parishioner to do so in Adam's experience with her mouth open to the first interaction they have when she realizes she can't just use her feminine wiles on him to his inability to resist her any and their coming together to his own inner battles with jealousy and too strong emotions and chaos all the way to the final climax and it's a great one Truly this book was all around perfectionIf I can nitpick one thing it would be that I hardly ever encounter this couple together again in subseuent books in the series Adam is regularly mentioned given his role but not so much the two of them as a couple I would have liked to see of them Same comment for my other fav How the Maruess Was Won We never see much of Lord Ice and his wife eitherBut all in all it was such a joy to read If only all historical romances could be so good