Review: The Seduction of Viscount Vice

The Seduction of Viscount Vice The Seduction of Viscount Vice by Nicola Davidson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Final Score - 4 Stars!

I was eagerly anticipating the release of this book ... as I needed to learn more about Lord Iain 'Vice' Vissen. He's a proud Scot and Fallen co-owner, but he’s also dedicated to performing in and producing the pleasure club's hedonistic shows. He also has a keen eye for the details.

The story starts off slow, as a production has ended but one detail is not being fulfilled, to Vice's displeasure. As he's trying to right this wrong, he spies someone who isn't supposed to be there.
Then he apprehends a rogue footman only to discover the spy is Lady Mairi MacNair, the woman who ten years ago broke his heart.

Mairi has returned to London to help open Worldly, a superior pleasure club to Fallen, and finally realize her dream of being the seductive leading lady despite having been born an earl's daughter. Then she discovers her main rival is Iain (Vice), the boy now a man who she loved beyond reason and was forced to abandon years ago. However, Mairi is soon caught in a web of lies, secrets pertaining to her position as seamstress to Worldly and the raw, scorching passion that time hasn't dimmed with Vice.

This book was well paced but I had a bit trouble reading it in one sitting as I normally do. I felt as if something was missing. I also would have liked it to be longer than just 6 chapters and an epilogue.

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