DAfRN: Never Marry a Viscount

2014-09-26_01_56_290001This week, I finished the final book in the Scandal at the House of Russell trilogy by Anne Stuart. This series is my first from Ms. Stuart. I first read her in The Unfortunate Miss Fortunes, co-written with Jennifer Crusie and Eileen Dreyer. I enjoyed it quite a bit and put her on my TBR list. I can honestly say, I highly recommend all three of these novels. First of all, oh my–her heroes. Second, I read through the first two in about that many days and bitterly sat about to wait for my pre-order of the final book to come home to my Kindle.

Enough of all that. Let’s get to what you really came for.

Dating Advice from Romance Novels: Never Marry a Viscount

  1. If you find yourself violating the privacy of some unsuspecting albeit beautiful man, don’t feel too bad. He’s probably your soulmate.
  2. Titled men tend to lose their first wives under suspicious circumstances while pirates, Black Beard not withstanding, do not. So, you know, shoot for second wife status.
  3. Viscounts are apparently skilled in all manner of bedroom activities.
  4. If a viscount asks if you work for Mrs. Lefton, say yes. Trust me, you’ll be glad you did. (See #3.)
  5. Your beloved’s half-brother may be trying to kill you. And your sisters, their husbands, your shiny, brand-new fiance, and anyone who gets in the way. Because it’s all part of his destiny. Nothing for it, really.

If you’re enjoying DAfRN or have a book recommendation, I’d love to hear from you! Hit me up in the comments below, on twitter(@lorisizemore), or on my Facebook page. Thanks!




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