About The Viscount’s Vow

the viscounts vow

A man changed by war. The woman who loves him. And a secret that could tear them apart.

A “sweet story of redemption, forgiveness, and love.” —T. Westoff

Edward Rutledge, the newly minted Viscount Carlisle, has come back from war a changed man. The echo of the battlefield and the death of his best friend Marcus haunt him to the point that he decides to break his betrothal to Charlotte—the only woman he’s ever loved.

When he’s summoned home to Hartwell Manor, he comes face-to-face with her. Slowly, her strength and love make him see that he might be able to reclaim what he thought was lost. But when word reaches him that Marcus might not have died in Spain and yet lives, Edward will do anything to bring his friend home. As the mystery deepens, however, Edward is drawn into an intrigue that forces him to confront the demons that have plagued him since he returned to England. Will he have to sacrifice everything he’s built with Charlotte in order to keep her safe?

My review

Last year I got to read The Marquess Meets His Match by Julie Coulter Bellon. I loved that book! So when she had this book come out this year, of course I was going to read it!

I loved everything about this book! The author did a really great job with the setting and characters. And the plot keeps the reader interested from the very beginning.

This one features Edward. I was really glad that the reader got to see things through his eyes. Edward is a complicated character. He’s got PTSD from being in the war. And he doesn’t want to put that on to Charlotte, the young lady he’s loved and been betrothed to since before the war.

Charlotte is uncertain what’s wrong. She only knows that Edward has told her brother to break their betrothal. And that Edward has been hiding from her. I loved her courage. She knew that Edward didn’t want to marry her anymore, but she went after him to change his mind anyway.

Charlotte and Edward’s story kept me wanting to read more and more! I couldn’t stop until I knew what would happen to them. It’s a great read for anyone interested in historical romance.

I was sent an e-copy of The Viscount’s Vow as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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About author Julie Coulter Bellon

Julie Coulter Bellon is the author of nearly two dozen romantic suspense books. Her book All Fall Down won the RONE award for Best Suspense, Pocket Full of Posies won a RONE Honorable Mention for Best Suspense and The Captain was a RONE award finalist for Best Suspense. Most recently, her books The Capture and Second Look were both Whitney finalists for Best Suspense/Mystery.

Julie loves to travel and her favorite cities she’s visited so far are probably Athens, Paris, Ottawa, and London. In her free time she loves to read, write, teach, watch HawaiiFive-O, and eat Canadian chocolate. Not necessarily in that order.

If you’d like to be the first to hear about Julie’s new projects and receive a free book, you can sign up to be part of her VIP Readers Group at juliebellon.com

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3 thoughts on “The Viscount’s Vow – Blog Tour

  1. Vivian Furbay says:

    Sometime you meet and marry the person God has sent to you and with your differences you balance each other. That is my husband.

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