The Vampire Viscount and the Devil's Bargain

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Penguin Group USA, 2004 - Fiction - 448 pages
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In The Vampire Viscount, an inquisitive beauty discovers the reason behind her new husband's fear of daylight and his insatiable nocturnal urges, and in The Devil's Bargain, a desperate gambler, in an attempt to restore his fortune, sells his soul and the virtue of his betrothed to the devil. Original.

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Too long. I don't think there was any need for either of the books in this compilation to drag on for so long. In essence, they were very simple plot lines, stretched out for page count. Unnecessarily. I skimmed a lot. Read full review

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I have a book shelf (well, many bookshelves) of mass market romances, and am in the slow process of going through them and deciding which have to be retired to a book sale.
I just re-read the
Devil's Bargain with great pleasure, and am now partway into the Vampire Viscount again. These are definitely keepers! The heroes and heroines are wonderfully alive (except possibly the Viscount St. Vire), the Regency detail impeccable, the plots satisfying. I especially liked the resolution of the Devil's Bargain, but I won't spoil it here.
Alas, my eyes are older than they used to be, so I was hoping to find both books in e-book format. I hope book publishers soon figure out that there are a legion of baby-boomers and other loyal readers like myself who would love to read their old keepers on their Nooks or Kindles.


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About the author (2004)

Karen Harbaugh lives in the Pacific Northwest with a wonderful husband and an alarmingly
intelligent son. She has found that being a romance writer, wife, and mother to be more
challenging than being a freelance technical writer or a Quality Assurance Analyst for a major HMO.
On the other hand, she does enjoy challenges, and spinning tales for profit allows her to wear
multicolored socks and Birkenstocks while she works, which is a definite plus.

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