The Vision of The Viscountess by Linda Rae Sande

This is sweet, romantic, entertaining and interesting. Jasper is gentle, caring and charming. Marianne is sweet, insecure and vulnerable. When Jasper first sees Marianne, he is drawn to her, and when they start talking, he is intrigued by her. They end up getting caught kissing in front of a Cupid statue, then marrying. He was getting ready to go on an excavation trip, so that became their honeymoon. When visiting and working the site they get to know each other, and fall in love. The descriptions of the ancient ruins are fascinating, as is all of the drama that surrounds them. It's truly a wonderful and interesting story.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Candid Book Reviews. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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