Married to the Viscount

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HarperCollins, Dec 30, 2003 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Abigail Mercer was breathless with anticipation at being reunited with Spencer Law, whom she met once and later married by proxy. But now the dashing Viscount Ravenswood denies all knowledge of their union! Far too many witnesses have made it impossible for the secretive Spencer to reject his "bride" without causing a scandal. So he has proposed a marriage in-name-only until they can locate his mysteriously absent younger brother—who is responsible for everything!—and untangle this messy affair.

Abigail is incensed, irate . . . and irresistibly attracted to this handsome, infuriating man who hides his smoldering passion behind a proper exterior. So the lady will agree to his terms on one condition: Spencer must seal their bargain with a kiss. But he finds that one deep, lingering, unforgettable kiss isn't nearly enough. And keeping his hands off his pretty wife is going to be much harder than he thought . . .

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User Review  - dmwmtgal - LibraryThing

Spencer and Abby's story was adorable. I loved watching his change from the uptight viscount to simply a man in love with his wife. Definitely a recommended read. Read full review

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User Review  - theshadowknows - LibraryThing

Married to the Viscount is, besides After the Abduction, the weakest of the Swanlea Spinsters books. The plot is overly contrived, its convolutions exacerbated by the hero's ridiculous hang-ups ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

At the tender age of twelve, Sabrina Jeffries decided she wanted to be a romance writer. It took her eighteen more years and a boring stint in graduate school before she sold her first book, but now her sexy and humorous historical romances routinely land on the USA Today and New York Times bestseller lists and have won several awards. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and son, where she writes full-time and is working on her next novel.

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