» » Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Signet Regency Romance)

Download Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Signet Regency Romance) fb2

by Loretta Chase

  • ISBN: 0451212231
  • Category: Romance
  • Author: Loretta Chase
  • Subcategory: Historical
  • Other formats: lit lrf doc mobi
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Signet (June 1, 2004)
  • FB2 size: 1372 kb
  • EPUB size: 1733 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 923
Download Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Signet Regency Romance) fb2

Her books have won many awards, including the Romance Writers of America RITA. Books by Loretta Chase.

Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Regency Noblemen, & (Signet Regency Romance). 0451212231 (ISBN13: 9780451212238). I think Devil's Delilah (DD) should get four and Viscount Vagabond (VV) only three. The best part about DD was the wonderfully bookish hero who goes to great Ton balls with a book of Grecian poetry in his hand. The heroine, Delilah, is the only woman who could easily take his mind of his books. Her books have won many awards, including the Romance Writers of America RITA.

Start by marking Viscount Vagabond, Devil's Delilah (Regency Noblemen, & (Signet Regency . Now fans can "Live the romance. Read Loretta Chase" (Christina Dodd) with two delightful stories together for the first time.

Start by marking Viscount Vagabond, Devil's Delilah (Regency Noblemen, & (Signet Regency Romance) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Viscount Vagabond, Devil's Delilah (Regency Noblemen, & (Signet Regency Romance). Lord of Scoundrels (Scoundrels, #3).

Now fans can "Live the romance. The Sandalwood Princess and Knaves' Wager (Signet Regency Romance).

book by Loretta Chase. Now fans can Live the romance. Read Loretta Chase (Christina Dodd) with two delightful stories together for the first time. Format:Mass Market Paperback.

Loretta Chase The Devil's Delilah. Jack Langdon met Delilah Desmond under unusual circumstances

FROM DISTRESS TO DISASTER Catherine Pelliston simply would not abide by her father's wishes and marry the slovenly Lord Browdie. But her escape through the streets of London only seemed to lead her from bad to worse. First, she was robbed. Jack Langdon met Delilah Desmond under unusual circumstances. She was holding a pistol on a g him not to publish her father's scandalous memoirs, which would ruin her social standing! Romance & Love.

Used availability for Loretta Chase's Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah. May 2004 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Items related to Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Signet Regency. Chase, Loretta Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Signet Regency Romance). ISBN 13: 9780451212238. Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Signet Regency Romance). Includes Viscount Vagabond, in which Catherine Pelliston is rescued from a brothel by a dashing lord, and The Devil's Delilah, in which Delilah must stop her father's memoirs from being published with the help of a scholarly gentleman.

Viscount Vagabond, . part of Regency Noblemen Series. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23. Viscount Vagabond.

Author Loretta Chase. Viscount Vagabond - Loretta Chase. I adore Loretta Chase's books. However, I do not adore: stories set in India, stories set on the high seas, and stories where the mystery overshadows the romance. Author Loretta Chase. carousel previous carousel next. Consequently, I did not adore Viscount Vagabond. luvlylibrarianGo to luvlylibrarian's profile. Okay story, even though the initial premise requires quite a suspension of disbelief.

Loretta Lynda Chekani was born in 1949 in a family of Albanian origin. The Devil's Delilah 1989/Jun. Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah, 2004. She studied at New England public schools before receiving a bachelor's degree from Clark University, where she majored in English. Chase said of her marriage: "The books resulting from this union have won a surprising number of awards, including the Romance Writers of America RITA® Award  .

Includes Viscount Vagabond, in which Catherine Pelliston is rescued from a brothel by a dashing lord, and The Devil's Delilah, in which Delilah must stop her father's memoirs from being published with the help of a scholarly gentleman. Original.
Reviews about Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Signet Regency Romance) (5):
Grarana
These two books are linked by shared characters. They are quite different but both very funny. I had expected to enjoy Viscount Vagabond more than the other half of this compilation, but ultimately, the scales tipped a little more to Devil's Delilah.

Plot twists and a lively group of characters - good guys and a few bad guys - moved both books into the can't-put-down category. I developed an affection for the villains of both books and would have liked to have seen the antagonist of the Devil's Delilah get his comeuppance and redemption in a subsequent book.

Both books had unusual, if not unique, heroes and heroines and well defined families - good and bad. Both books had some "the rest of the story" characters. One wonders if the author had written a book about the sister of the viscount of Viscount Vagabond, but we have the obvious shared affection of her mature marriage in this one. Delilah's father, Devil, and his beautiful wife are recognizable as the semi-reformed rake and his young bride from many Regencies who've grown older but just as wise and just as in love.
Tejar
I think I started at the top with Loretta Chase's Knave's Wager. In trying some of her other books, I have been more or less happy with the time and money spent. I liked the idea of the bookworm hero so I read Devil's Delilah first and really enjoyed it. Although, at first, I had high hopes for Viscount Vagabond as well, ultimately, I was seriously put off by the villain and his unrealistic-but-still-very-unpleasant ways (spoiler: how could he possibly be the h's father's best friend and return home after his actions in London?). I found ideas to earmark in both books, and I laughed and swooned at both, but I wouldn't buy, read, or recommend Viscount Vagabond now.
Brakora
I first picked up Viscount Vagabond in my local library while I was in high school. I fell in love with Loretta Chase's voice and style. Her characters are witty and complex. They are no just the typical hero and heroine. She writes with humor and a sense of fun.

I picked up this as soon as it came out. I'm glad that her back issue books are coming out.

If you like romance, you should definitely pick up Loretta Chase's novels. These earlier books are really sweet.

In Viscount Vagabond, Lord Rand is a reluctant hero to Catherine Pelliston. Through a series of unfortunate events, Catherine ends up in a house if ill repute. He saves her and takes her under his wing. Of course he is determined to send her on her way. He is in no way falling in love with her. At all. Of course, Catherine doesn't want to marry him either.

Viscount Vagabond is a delight I love how the characters dance around each other.

The Devil's Delilah continues with one of the characters from Viscount Vagabond who finds love himself.

Both stories are VERY enjoyable. If you are in the mood for great Regency writing, please pick this book.
Silverbrew
Viscount Vagabound has a typical hero's character, handsome, rich, proud a man's man. In contrast, The DEVIL's Delilah has the most refreshing hero I have read in all of the romance novel. Instead of your typical handsome, sneering, brute we have Jack, an extremely shy, stuttering book worm who uses his intelligence to get his Delilah. This book his funny and is closer to reality than other romantic novels.
Vudogal
While I have found some of her more recent work to be more routine, Loretta Chase writes remarkably well books with intricate plots. These two books are delightful. As the Viscount Vagabond works his way to realizing he is in love, and Catherine learns he's nothing like her father. The lead characters are supported by a fully developed cast of supporting characters, that we would like to learn more about.

Devil's Delilah introduces us to a rare treat, Delilah's father, a former romance novel hero type, now a somewhat reformed rake aging gracefully. Again, we know and understand the most evil of the characters. We wish for a prequel with Devil's love story and would like to see the woman who takes Tony, who never met a woman he didn't want to seduce except when his father wants him to.

Find it if you can.

Related to Viscount Vagabond and Devil's Delilah (Signet Regency Romance) fb2 books: