Wednesday, January 28, 2015

If the Viscount Falls by Sabrina Jeffries

If the Viscount Falls by Sabrina Jeffries

This is book 4 in the Duke's Men series.

Years ago, Dominick (Dom) Manton was disowned by his brother the Viscount Rathmoor. He had to give up the life that he knew which included his fiancee Jane Vernon. Now Dom is the Viscount and Jane comes to him to help her locate the late Viscount's missing wife.

Jane wouldn't go to Dom except he is the only one she can turn to. Her cousin has disappeared and she fears something dreadful has occured.  Convincing Dom to help her takes some doing and after spending time with him realizes that her feelings for him never disappeared.

Dom soon realizes that he never stopped loving Jane and will do anything to get her back. Unfortunately, Jane just sees that he is still making all the decisions for them and doesn't want to live that way. 

Can Dom fix the mistakes of their past and present so that they can finally get their HEA?

I have loved this entire series and Jeffries did not disappoint with the final book! Dom has been a favorite of mine since the beginning of the series and I loved seeing him get his HEA.  

I'm so glad that George, the villainous brother is dead. This means that Dom is trying to adjust to a life that he had given up and never expected to have back.  Other complications from George's death add many challenges to Dom settling into his new role.

I liked Jane. I don't blame her for not wanting to get her heart broken again. She had waited all this time for Dom to change his mind about getting back together with her. When she finally decides to move on, that is when Dom comes back into her life.  As you can predict, this causes many antics! 

Jeffries tied the series all up by letting us see many of our H/H from the previous books. I can't wait for her next series to begin. As with previous series, this one starts with a couple in which we have seen the H/H in a previous series.


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Thanks go out to Pocket Books via NetGalley for a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.

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