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28 September 2021

How Not To Chaperon a Lady by Virginia Heath

I was provided with a free ebook of The Marquess Next Door by Virginia Heath ahead of the blog tour.

I read The Marquess Next Door by Virginia Heath earlier this year and I freaking loved it, so I was super excited to be able to jump on the tour for How Not To Chaperon a Lady, the third and final instalment in The Talk of the Beau Monde Series (although they can all be read as delightful standalones).

How Not To Chaperon a Lady by Virginia Heath book cover Mills & Boon historical romance

His childhood nemesis…

is the woman he can’t resist!

Chaperoning Charity Brookes while she’s on a singing tour should be easy for Griffith Philpot - he’s spent his whole life sparring with her over her flighty ways!

But as he discovers that she’s much more than the impetuous girl he thought he knew, a passion ignites between them…

Sharing a steamy kiss leaves him torn – he’s supposed to be responsible for guarding her virtue!

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Source: Blog Tour | Review Copy

5 Word Review: Reputation, friendship, society, notoriety, love.


Hot cross bun, hot cross bun, one a penny, two a penny, hot cross bun.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, The Talk of the Beau Monde Series is the perfect fit for the Bridgerton-size hole in your life right now. It is excellent, and the scandal paper snippets have just the right tone

Charity is bold and brash on the surface, but I loved how her deeper insecurities were explored. She's as vulnerable as she is tough, and a thoroughly generous and kind person. She's a bit like a Ray of sunshine, and I loved how playful she could be. 

Griff is... Gruff. He's a hot cross bun of the best kind, and I loved his stomping and growling. His affection for Charity was so heart warming at times, even if I wanted to give him a shake and tell him to admit his feelings. 

I loved the chemistry between Charity and Griff, the slow burn of passion igniting from childhood adoration. I liked the history and resentment between them, and it had me rooting for them all the more. The setting had a bit of forced proximity which helped to drive the tension, and I loved how their travels and shows were broken up by other small adventures like exploring. 

Pick this book up, because I guarantee you will love it. 
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When Virginia Heath was a little girl it took her ages to fall asleep, so she made up stories in her head to help pass the time while she was staring at the ceiling. As she got older, the stories became more complicated, sometimes taking weeks to get to the happy ending. Then one day, she decided to embrace the insomnia and start writing them down. Twenty books and two Romantic Novel of the Year Award nominations later, and it still takes her forever to fall asleep.

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