Monday, November 12, 2012

Review: A Notorious Countess Confesses by Julie Ann Long












She rose to spectacular heights…

From Covent Garden to courtesan to countess, beautiful, fearless, shamelessly ambitious Evie Duggan has riveted London in every role she plays. But the ton never could forgive her scandalous—if shockingly short—marriage, and when her star plummets amid gleefully vicious gossip, the countess escapes to the only legacy left to her: a manor house in Pennyroyal Green.

He never expected to fall so hard…

He has the face of a fallen angel and a smolder the devil would envy, but Vicar Adam Sylvaine walks a precarious line: resisting temptation…and the wild Eversea blood in his veins. Adam’s strength is tested when scandal, aka the countess, moves to Sussex. But when a woman who fiercely guards her heart and a man entrusted with the souls of an entire town surrender to a forbidden desire, will the sweetest sin lead them to Heaven...or make outcasts of them forever?



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                          With every book I have read in the PennyRoyal Green series by Julie Ann Long, I have been waiting to read Adam’s story.  I was stoked when I saw that it was out and I could finally meet his match, and I was not disappointed in the least.  Countess Evie Duggan is the perfect counterpart to Pastor Adam Sylvaine.
                I loved every aspect of this book: the writing, pacing, dialogue, characters, setting, were all flawless together as a whole.  Julie Ann Long has really outdone herself with A Notorious Countess Confesses; the seventh book in The PennyRoyal Green series.  Without a doubt, with each book Miss Long just keeps getting better and better at the writing craft, I am sitting on the edge of my seat for book eight in this truly rousing series.


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Read what Sarah @ Smart Bitches,Trashy Books had to say about A Notorious Countess Confesses;
        ~ This review is spot on ~




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