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And the Earl of Maybury was killed in a duel Even a year of mourning hasn't uieted the rumors of her infidelityGeorg. Very good book At the beginning I didn t care much for Georgia She was selfish and spoiled and intent only on finding a new husband that would keep her in style I did like Dracy from the beginning He was determined to bring his estate back from ruin and had a plan to make it happen When Georgia s father comes to him and offers his daughter in marriage he is tempted Not just for the money but for Georgia herself Georgia has been tasked by her parents to help Dracy fit in she knows nothing about the offer As she tries to regain her life in the beau monde the old scandal is brought back to life Dracy is there through it all helping to protect her and trying to find out who is causing the trouble As time goes on information comes out and both of them are threatened I really liked the way that Dracy took care of Georgia I was also glad to see her mature as the book went on and see how she came to care for him I loved seeing the way Dracy s mind worked to puzzle out who was causing the trouble

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Ia Maybury is determined to regain her position in the beau monde but a scarred ex naval officer threatens her plans. What I love about Jo Beverley s writing is the way she incorporates historical detail into the story it s so richly drawn and yet she doesn t do info dropping I thought this was a realistic romance Georgia and Dracy really worked as a couple and the way they worked out the obstacles to their HEA was believable I admit to thinking the villain was a bit OTT though And because I m a Malloren fangirl I did like the cameos by the Mallorens especially Rothgar

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Lady May is back And so is the scandal that sent her tumbling from her position as the toast of London when her husb. For nostalgia s sake and because I sorta liked the hero I upped this from 1 to 2 stars I have loved so many of Jo Beverley s books Especially the earlier Mallorens This one didn t capture me At all I seriously disliked the heroine from the beginning I kept reading I actually enjoyed the hero and was disappointed when I reached page 134 and realized I didn t like him enough to endure any of Lady May s arrogant blabbering Here is what did me inLord Dracy is taken aback by her beauty at a ball He finds himself staring and she notices and informs him they can never be than friends Then he reminds her that any man would find it difficult to not be entranced with her rare beauty and personality She actually says I hoped you d be immune When he says he ll wear a blindfold she continues on admire and inhale then but don t fall in love I already have a surfeit of unwanted devotees Seriously She says that The heroinenot a snotty secondary character or bratty family member The heroine I about threw up Before this I battled to continue on refusing to give up Well I m done Sorry but with so many great reads waiting on my TBR list I just don t see myself purchasing her next book Bummer


10 thoughts on “A Scandalous Countess

  1. says:

    This book wasn't bad but it wasn't outstanding either It's not uite as stand alone as the previous but it's close The only character really in both is Georgia's brother can't wait for his book next and you really don't need to know the details of what he was doing up north off stage so you can easily start here in the series if you like—though I uestion why you'd want toMost of my engagement with this book was based on Dracy and yes my m

  2. says:

    Georgia was 16 when she married her childhood friend Dickon Earl of Maybury She’s become the darling of the beau monde the male half at least known for her daring and flirtatious ways She’s true to her husband though who adored being the envy of his pals In one fatal morning now 20 year old Georgia is widowed and the new earl drop kicks her and her dowry back to her father the Earl of Hernescroft It's whispered tha

  3. says:

    For nostalgia's sake and because I sorta liked the hero I upped this from 1 to 2 stars I have loved so many of Jo Beverley's books Especially the earlier Mallorens This one didn't capture me At all I seriously disliked the heroine from the beginning I kept reading I actually enjoyed the hero and was disappoint

  4. says:

    Very good book At the beginning I didn't care much for Georgia She was selfish and spoiled and intent only on finding a new husband that would keep her in style I did like Dracy from the beginning He was determin

  5. says:

    DNF 15% could not get into it no likeable characters they are either way too immature or self obsessed I'm out

  6. says:

    In 1763 England passed a law fixing the minimum age for marriage at 16 with parental consent needed for anyone under 21 During the Georgian Period the average age of marriage was 27 Teenage brides were anomalous One can understand why when reading Jo Beverley’s latest novel A Scandalous Countess Her heroine Georgia is just twenty and after

  7. says:

    I'll go out on a limb and say this is like 4 12 Jo Beverley is back in fine form I checked off the cabin romance and road trip romance shelves because once Dracy and Georgia met they really weren't separated again Lots of echoes of Beverley's I've liked like another widow that was very popular with the ton Skylark The tension between a daughter and her powerful parents reminded me of Hazard A Scandalous Countess was so

  8. says:

    What I love about Jo Beverley's writing is the way she incorporates historical detail into the story it's so richly drawn and yet she doesn't do info dropping I thought this was a realistic romance Georgia and Dracy really worked as a couple and the way they worked out the obstacles to their HEA was believable I admit to thinking t

  9. says:

    I always feel like a wittier person when I finish one of Jo Beverley's romances

  10. says:

    I couldn't relate or care about either of the main characters I didn't believe the family the setup or the people Skip this one folks

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