Sunday, July 6, 2014

Review of Vixen in Velvet by Loretta Chase

I have loved every book in this series.  The Dressmakers were not your ordinary Regency Heroines.  They had ambition, and a purpose to their lives.  They did not want to have a man who took care of them, they wanted to make something of themselves without depending on anyone, especially the male species.  Leonie is the business women of the trio.  She takes care of the none artistic aspects of the business.  In walks Simon, the Marquess of Lisbourne.  He sees her as a potential mistress and she sees him as a typical aristocrat with nothing better to do than seduce women.  She sets out to each him a lesson and in the process they both learn alot about each othe.  As always the dialouge is sparkling and witty as only Loretta can write it.  The love story is reveting and very well written.  I love all of her books and reread them over and over again.  If you haven't read Loretta, I would recommend starting with "Lord of Scoundrels" and you will be hooked forever more.

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