The Viscount's Convenient Bride by Josie Bonham


Release Date: 11.01.2020


Luke, Viscount Enstone’s, resolve to avoid a love match is tested to its limit when he accepts responsibility for the Davenport family.

Luke has found it hard to sort out his late father’s affairs. A dishonest secretary and ailing land agent have left the family estates in disorder. With new people in place, he sets off to one of his smaller properties to discover the extent of an obligation that seems out of keeping with the cold-hearted father he remembers. Why is Miss Kitty Davenport living at Shepley Hall and what was her connection to his father?

Kitty’s patience is wearing thin after a long wait to find out if the new Viscount Enstone will continue the support his father gave to her family. All she needs is help to find a suitable position to escape from the unwanted attentions of a persistent suitor, but there is her schoolboy brother to worry about.


Miss Kitty Davenport was left by herself at the Shepley Hall after her aunt died months before, that was not appropriate for that time, so she asked the help of the new Viscount Enstone, Luke. Their first encounter is not easy nor romantic, because Luke is distrustful and grumpy but the attraction between them is strong and difficult to hide. Will Lord Enstone find a suitable solution for the situation saving his family's and Kitty's honour?

I got lost in Kitty and Luke's story, I really liked to follow them through the ups and downs of their lives and I cheered for them to get their happily ever after. I really hoped they overcome their troubles and show each other their true self.

I love Josie Bonham's ladies, Miss Kitty Davenport is in a distressful situation but she still is strong, smart, witty and sweet and she doesn't let the events break her. I need to read more heroines like her.

The Viscount's Convenient Bride is thoroughly enjoyable and I can't wait for the next book in the series.


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