The Most Eligible Viscount in London by Ella Quinn

(The Lords of London #2)

The Most Eligible Viscount in London (The Lords of London, #2)

Published: March 30th 2021

Publisher: Zebra

Length: 320 Pages

My Rating:

Blurb:

Viscount Gavin Turley is convinced that love matches cause nothing but trouble. Still, after months of courting, he’s fallen for Miss Georgie Featherton. He’s passionate about her, in fact. But words of love are not an indulgence he will allow himself. When he presents Georgie with his marriage proposal, he will lead with his head—not his heart. His qualifications as a husband are excellent, after all. What could go wrong?

No sooner does Gavin kneel on one knee than Georgie’s heart goes aflutter with joy. Finally, the proposal she longed for had arrived. Yet Gavin seemed to be listing his credentials for a business partnership, not a romantic union. Without a declaration of love, Georgie can only reject his offer—unless the ladies of the ton, and Georgie’s grandmama, have anything to do with it. For sometimes it takes a wiser eye to see the love behind a guarded heart—and a clever scheme to bring it out of hiding..

My Review:

This book is so slow and that’s saying something as the story begins at the marriage proposal. There is no backstory most of the earlier plot most have happened in the first book of the series, I wouldn’t know I didn’t read it. There was no chemistry between the two characters and I was just bored while reading which is definitely a sign that this book isn’t worth the time.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. *Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.

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