Louisa Shelby once lived a carefree life
going to balls and wearing beautiful clothing. When her
father died and left her family penniless she had to find a
way to support herself. When she is offered a job as a
companion to an elderly Viscountess, Louisa gladly accepts.
She does not count on the temptation that she finds at her
Simon Wade was once the most eligible
bachelor, but a riding accident left him blind and now he
spends his time in his grandmotherís home. When Louisa
starts showing an interest in him he spurns the attention
figuring it is just pity. Is the beautiful ex-socialite
really interested in helping or is the gossip about her
true? How can Simon keep her reputation from staining his
frumpy younger sister?
The Viscount in Her Bedroom
is a delightful read. I love a pouty Hero that needs to get
over himself, and he does get over it with a healthy kick
upside the head by the lovely heroine. Louisa is a good all
around character that can come up with a well thought out
solution to lifeís problems without feeling contrived or
impulsive. I definitely recommend this book to those that
like to see the Heroine rescue the Hero now and then.