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Vexing the Viscount

Narrated by: Priscilla Carson
Length: 11 hrs and 9 mins

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Only her fire...

As the reluctant new Viscount Middleton, Braden Tavers already has several reputations to save - including his own. So it's imperative he rescue his estate's healer, Tia Featherstone, from her impetuous plan to find his rakehell brother Jonathon. And he'll do whatever it takes to keep her determined spirit and unworldly charms at arm's length. But protecting this stubborn beauty from himself is only stoking an irresistible desire - and an insidious danger threatening them both....

Can win his heart....

Tia must get Jonathon back under her care before his unforgiving brother discovers how ill he truly is. But searching London's most scandalous hellholes and staying two steps ahead of Braden is uncovering the viscount's deepest secrets - and a longing to make his wounded heart her own. To save him, she must risk a deception that could put his past to rest - or separate them forever....

©2014 Christie Kelley (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • HuMrLvR24
  • 16-02-2018

#3 in this Series

I've either read or listened to these books so many times but not as many as Jacquelyn Frank's Nightwalkers Series, LoL! Getting closer each time though...I wish she would continue this series. Or maybe link some of her other books to this so we could get little updates on or heroes & heroines, that would be so exciting!

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  • Kelli
  • 12-07-2015

Story somewhat drawn out...

Not sure if I like this one better than the first two books in the series. This book just seemed drawn out a unbelievable. The characters were also weak..Afraid of their real feelings, afraid of telling one another how they felt. And Tia took saving her patient way too far. Following him all around London with no money and not thinking of her own safety doesn't make much sense.