Reading Journal Entry: Viscount Vagabond, by Loretta Chase

Loretta Chase's third work, after Isabella and The English Witch. She's still not gotten into the swing of magnificence that is her later stuff. This reads like an earlier work; the plot is a bit scattershot. It keeps jumping off in odd directions. Whorehouse - dressmakers - Almack's - it's all over the place.

It does start off with a bang, though, her heroine has been abducted by a madam and is confronted with the hero as her, ehm, first customer. Gotta give Chase credit for the innovatie introductions.

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