The Viscount in Her Bedroom (The Sisters of Willow Pond) [Gayle Callen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. She never knew the true. The Viscount in Her Bedroom was my first book by Gayle Callen and, after flipping through the book to get an idea of what it was about, I was. The Viscount in Her Bedroom (Sisters of Willow Pond, book 3) by Gayle Callen – book cover, description, publication history.

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The fact that the hero, while blind, wasn’t brooding and too “woe is me” was nice. There is that one lone sex scene that really doesn’t make sense at all and the author probably inserted it in because it was expected.

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Jul 08, MaggieReadsRom rated it liked it. He cocked an eyebrow. When he neared the heat of her candle, she almost called out a warning.

The Viscount In Her Bedroom is a story that involves two people that have both suffered, but in very different way, but they share a passion and as the story develops we see a enchanting love blossom. Was he misunderstanding this whole confrontation? When he brought the candle back out to her, she took it from him, said good-night, and hurried away.

And she was stunned at how easily he moved about alone. I could relate to that. I liked Louisa’s compassion and her desire to help people she cares for with their problems and difficulties.

There was no fumbling on her part. I loved how Louisa managed to pull not just Simon, but his sister Georgie out of their shells. She held a candle before her as she walked, and the manor stretched away into dark shadows like a cave. I loved the characters though, to include the Dowager Countess. With no hope of securing a proper marriage, the vivacious young miss accepts a position as a companion to an elderly viscountess.

I loved all three of the books. What would one expect? With no hope of securing a proper marriage, the vivacious young miss accepts a position as a companion to an elderly viscountess. Did she not feel the same?


I give her credit for writing a “Less Than Perfect” hero, but the overall story was so tripe and dull that I am surprise I didn’t throw the book across the room. And now her chance at happines may rest in her ability to convince the stubborn viscount that her passion is real To her surprise he moved confidently, straight toward the table. Set on helping his grandmother, and sister Lousia is also set on helping him but little does she know that this will lead to something far greater than just a helping hand.

Apr 09, Rebecca everyday reader rated it it was amazing Shelves: May 13, Wench rated it liked it Shelves: I recommend this one. It’s a shame when you get the super hot guy that has some major defect. Leo – the bane of my existence the reason behind all the world turmoil and wars and children’s hunger.

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Now he’s stuck up in his grandmothers house trying to make the best of what has happened. And he was open to the changes that Louisa proposed for him – to please her, to please his family, but mostly so that he could improve his quality of life. Feb tne, Samie Kauchis rated it really liked it Shelves: She held her breath as he passed, then grimaced when he paused. But there is also Simon Wade to consider, who after a accident with his horse, became blind.

She was about to call out a warning, but he turned before his cane even hit the end chair, and came around the table.

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But he leaned toward it and blew out the flame. This bothered me in book 1 and now again in this book, but the characters and character-development did caloen up for this. This is what I live with every day. Her new job is not what she expected. Louisa Shelby, once enjoyed a life full of parties and balls, but after her father died, Louisa and her two sisters were forced to find a means of providing for themselves.


The theme throughout the trilogy is trust: Now she has been requested to do a job as a companion to an elderly viscountess, only never expecting to find that she isn’t really expected to be a lady’s companion at all, since the Viscontess hardly needs one, but her granddaughter, is in desperate need to overcome her shyness ar Louisa Gajle, once enjoyed a life full of parties and balls, but after her father died, Louisa and her two sisters were forced to find a means of providing for themselves.

You care very much what people think about you. London, EnglandUnited Kingdom. He thought he’d never again experience the tender touch of a beautiful woman.

The title is because Simon has this habit of just talking to Louisa in her bedroom all the time, well the times that Louisa is not roaming the house in her nightgown because she can’t sleep. They served to dispel any misgivings Simon may have had over the one contrived setup – that of Louisa’s “perceived reputation” among the men in the ton.

Her books have been translated into eleven different languages. But a tragic accident forced him into seclusion, away from prying eyes and questions. As the story goes, they were gentility, then their dad hung himself upon losing all of their money, and they were in disgrace Then in a previous book the older sisters made wealthy matches for themselves, so the family is saved, and their reputations restored.

But the h is as described. But wshile he yearns to hold the enchanting Louisa and taste the intoxicating nectar of her kisss, he will accept no woman’s pity. She had been right earlier; he didn’t want her to watch him. I liked the way Simon’s family This is one of my beloved keepers. But he played along with it, knowing it was dangerous, but just not to which one of them. To view it, click here.