Review: The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn
Told from the duel perspectives of Anthony and Kate, this was a fun and frivolous romance. Anthony isn't the nicest of blokes, but his backstory and his willingness to do the right thing by Kate after a certain amusing scandal show that he might just have a heart after all. (As does his treatment of Penelope Featherington.) As was the case in The Duke and I, each chapter begins with a short snippet from Lady Wistledown's Society pages and we start to get a hint regarding her true identity. (Note: her identity is revealed earlier in the television series, just don't expect me to repeat such a juicy secret here.) Once again, I found myself drawn in, and I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it.
Lots of fun.