The Viscount and the Vixen (Hellions of Havisham, #3) by Lorraine Heath

The Viscount and the Vixen (Hellions of Havisham, #3)

Love begets madness. Viscount Locksley watched it happen to his father after his cherished wife’s death. But when his sire arranges to marry flame-haired fortune hunter Portia Gadstone, Locke is compelled to take drastic measures to stop the stunning beauty from taking advantage of the marquess. A marriage of mutual pleasure could be convenient, indeed... as long as inconvenient feelings don’t interfere.Desperation forced Portia to agree to m...


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TitleThe Viscount and the Vixen (Hellions of Havisham, #3)
ISBN9780062391056
Author
Release DateNov 29th, 2016
PublisherAvon
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Historical Romance, Historical, Historical Fiction, Regency
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Reviews The Viscount and the Vixen (Hellions of Havisham, #3)

  • UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish
    2016-07-26
    The Viscount and the Vixen is wonderful! More than a romance, it's a beautiful love story, and I can't seem to put into words how deeply it touched me. I was certain I wouldn't like her, but Portia is so much more than she appears. Even though I was shocked and appalled as her story unfolds, I often felt like my heart was being torn apart and was brought to tears for the things she endured and the choices she had to make. And Locke... what a devo...
  • Caz
    2016-11-05
    4.5 stars.Lorraine Heath is one of those writers whose work really resonates with me. I don’t know what it is exactly, but the emotional content of her books draws me to her time and time again, and I will often finish one of her novels feeling completely wrung out and unable to pick up another book for at least twenty-four hours. Such was the case with The Viscount and the Vixen, the final full-length novel in her Hellions of Havisham Hall s...
  • Grecia Robles
    2019-02-07
    NO M E G U S T Ó ! ! !NADA NADITA NOTHING No sé si era un No eres tú soy yo pero esta historia no era para mí.No me gustó la historia para nada y la protagonista no ayudó a eso, desde el primer momento en que apareció para mí ya era insoportable.El desarrollo del romance fue nulo.La actitud de los protas de ella ya amé una vez no quiero volver amar.Él nunca amaré a nadie. Asssh que flojerita.Todavía en ese punto de la historia estaba ...
  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
    2019-03-27
    *4.25 stars*I was surprised at how much I enjoyed The Viscount and the Vixen by Lorraine Heath as this was my first Lorraine Heath, and, as usual, I barely read the blurb before buying it. But I really, really liked it, and I could barely put it down in the last 100 pages. Whenever I go to a book convention, I try to read as many of the attending authors as possible. Book Lovers Con is fast approaching, and Lorraine Heath was my first author to c...
  • Alba Turunen
    2019-02-16
    4 Estrellitas. Estaba deseando leer este libro desde que descubrí los dos primeros, que en su momento me encantaron. Por lo mismo crecían mis ansias por conocer la historia de Locke, y aunque me ha gustado un pelín menos que los anteriores, lo he disfrutado un montón.Mi problema últimamente con los libros es que apenas tengo tiempo para leer y me duran una vida, así que cuando puedo ponerme lo considero un regalo. Por eso y a pesar de los n...
  • Pepa
    2019-02-10
    Reseña completa: https://masromance.blogspot.com/2019/...Merece la pena leerla hasta el final porque ese final y ese ¿qué estás dispuesto a hacer y perdonar por amor? es lo que salva una novela que abusa de la lujuria y las escenas de sexo y con unas conversaciones y actitudes que me han parecido bastante fuera de lugar. Después puedes ver porqué las muestra así la autora, pero es algo que los demás no saben y, aún así, hacen
  • WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker
    2018-05-23
    I thought I could do this one because I enjoy Heath's writing but my personal dislike issues got in the way. Not a fan of secret trying to pass off as hero's baby angst, insta-lust, or first chapter starting off like this: Leaning forward, he dug his elbows into his thighs. “I’m simply striving to determine why a woman as young and lovely as yourself would be willing to lie on her back so a man as shriveled as my father can slide on top of he...
  • Christine Wallflower & Dark Romance Junkie
    2017-01-13
    The Viscount and the Vixen, is the third book I've read by Lorraine Heath and I've said it once and I'll say it again. Lorraine Heath is an automatic one click author for me, her books are bundles of angst filled romance and once you start reading one, you immediately become overcome with so many feels, that by the time you're done you're just a puddle of emotion. Speaking of puddles and emotions that exactly how I feel right now.Portia and Locks...
  • Mei
    2016-12-06
    What a wonderful conclusion for Hellions!!!Portia is such a good match for Locke!!! He needed for somebody to shake him up! To pull him by his hair from a depression that had accompanied him all his life! And Portia was just perfect for that role!I loved how she lied, but didn't lie completly! Every lie had some truth in it! Also, sometime she didn't lie at all, but said the truth in such way that Locke could interpret it however he wished... and...
  • Madge
    2016-12-29
    DNF @ 84%. Here's me the entire time: Because, no. Please don't read this book, I beg you. If you don't, you'll have several hours to plot world domination, or think up a way to end world hunger, or nap. You'll be a happier, healthier person. Really. TIME FOR THE SPOILERY RANT. YE'VE BEEN WARNED, MATIES.If you do read The Viscount and the Vixen, you'll read a depressing tale of an emotionally damaged guy, aka Viscount Locksley aka Locke, being fo...
  • Carol *Young at Heart Oldie*
    2016-10-28
    It is wonderful books like this that have made Lorraine Heath one of my top favourite authors. Her beautifully written and deeply emotional love stories keep me coming back for more.After his mother died giving birth to him, Viscount Locksley (Locke) watched his father, the Marquess of Marsden, slowly driven mad with grief over the loss of his beloved wife. Locke intends to marry eventually, but it will never be for love having seen first-hand th...
  • Sissy's Romance Book Review
    2016-12-02
    Great emotional romance. This was a little different love story than I usually like to read. But seeing the authors name I knew it would be a great story....and it was.
  • Océano de libros
    2019-03-09
    Puntuación: 4,5 estrellas.Principio costoso en el que no tuve mucha adoración por los protagonistas pero luego la parte final lo compensa todo.Lee la reseña en: https://oceanodelibros.blogspot.com/2...
  • sng
    2016-12-01
    Too sad I can't get a refundThere's so much I did not like about this book. And I llik some books by this author so I pre-ordered the book. For that reason it can't be returned. Warning spoilers ahead.....Just a few things that I dislike: They fall into lust at first sight. On a time where showing your hands was almost a sexual act, we have the h talking about sexual positions during one of the earlier conversations. Not credible unless she was a...
  • Viri
    2019-02-21
    No es precisamente el mejor libro de la serie pero es uno con unos protagonistas muy bien trazados y uno de los mejores personajes que pude leer en los tres libros.El marqués de robó mi Cora y ahora no sé si reír o llorar con ese final.Me pareció muy sexoso. Eso si. Tenía un exceso de escenas de cama que no recuerdo en los libros anteriores.Predecible, aburrido a veces pero entretenido y con chispazos divertidos.
  • Joanna Loves Reading
    2018-06-06
    This was not among my favorite Heath books. There were two more major things working against it. 1. Because one of the main characters is the hero’s elderly father, the narration was much more difficult to listen to than the previous stories. The voice used for him was raspy and scratchy and not easy on the ears.2. The “big secret” the heroine has was apparent from the very beginning to me. Heath stories tend to have some amount of big reve...
  • Ana María
    2019-01-22
    Una historia bastante original. Si se la lee hasta el final.Reconozco que hasta la mitad (y un poco más tal vez) me costaba leerla. No sentía esa necesidad maravillosa de seguir leyendo que se da cuando una novela nos atrapa. Prácticamente me obligaba a retomarla. Y lo hacía porque quería conocer la historia de Locke.En mi opinión, esta novela tiene problemas de desarrollo. Si ustedes leen la sinopsis tienen casi toda la historia. Recién p...
  • Bubu
    2016-03-16
    2.5 starsI'm sorry in advance but I won't go into the plot because it's late and I'm feeling lazy and there are so many reviews that cover it anyway.Finally finished this.And nope, nopdety, nope, nope, nope. Lorraine Heath's story telling isn't working for me.I really do appreciate the different and difficult tropes she uses. At least, she comes up with aspects of 19th century moral codes that leaves her main characters in almost impossible situa...
  • kris
    2017-06-26
    Killian St. John, Viscount Locksley, aka Locke, knows that love = madness. So when his so-called mad father comes down to breakfast and announces his engagement to his pen pal Portia Gadstone, Locke does the completely sane thing and marries her in his sire's place. Obviously, Portia has secrets and Locke has miles to go before his boner is sated. Will their lust ever lift long enough for actual emotions to take root? 1. Honestly, the lusting was...
  • Secretly Reading
    2016-08-19
    I am very conflicted about this book. I adored 75% of it: the set-up was humorous, the heroine unusual in her self determination, the prickly hero, and their intense but emotional romance. This was well on its way to being a 5 star read...and then...the hero learns something about the heroine and he says some unforgivable things. Yet, he suddenly has a grand epiphany and the heroine takes him back with NO discussion on what he said. I am LIVID at...
  • Nani
    2018-04-16
    Son 3,5, porque había ciertas cosillas que han parecido poco creíbles. Eso si conocer al Marque, enamorarte de él y sufrir con él. Es lo que le da más valor a este libro.He sufrido con la historia de ella, según hemos ido conociendo poco a poco que la sucedió. Bastante real en esa época, y como dice la autora al final del libro, ella quería un final feliz para esa situación. Gracias Lorraine por dar ese final para todas la mujeres que p...
  • Beanbag Love
    2017-05-22
    One of my most hated tropes. The secret that goes on for the vast majority of the book. Lorraine Heath is better than this. I loved the setup with the Mad Marquess and his handsome son, Viscount Locksly. Portia, Locke's young wife, is an interesting character too, but she's the one with the secret. There are multiple problems with this trope. First is the coy hinting that there's a big secret. Well, these weren't even hints, it was a constant ref...
  • Sophie Barnes
    2017-01-08
    Another enticing read from Lorraine Heath.Having spent his entire life witnessing the pain love has caused his father, Viscount Locksley knows that he will never allow himself to feel such deep emotion for any woman. So when his father announces that he is contractually bound to marry a woman who answered an advert he placed in the newspaper, Locke offers to save him from further heartache and from the fortune huntress his bride appears to be, by...
  • ᴥ Irena ᴥ
    2018-01-09
    2.5Locksley was introduced in the first book and I really wanted him to have a great story. The love between the protagonists and its development is one of the things that saves this story. It seems I'm going to love only one heroine in this series. Minerva from the first book is a great character and I hated Julia from the second. Portia is somewhere in between these two. I understand her reasoning and bravery. What I don't understand, no, what ...
  • MissCherry
    2019-03-15
    Todos los ingredientes de este libro me han encantado, para mi el mejor de toda la trilogía y me ha dejado un sabor de boca estupendo después de la decepción que me llevé con el segundo libro, cuya trama para mi fue de lo más desacertada. Locksley me había llamado la atención desde el principio, sobretodo por la historia de su padre y la casa donde todos los chicos crecieron, y aunque al principio su actitud me chocó un poco con lo que se...
  • Patricia Gil vázquez
    2019-03-29
    Después de un bloqueo lector importante, tiene que ser Lorraine la que me saque de él, como no podía ser de otra forma. Este libro es una JOYA. Es el que más me ha gustado de la serie con diferencia. Adoré a Portia y adoré a Locksley. Quizá él sea el HOMBRE en mayúsculas que pediría yo para mi. Es tan bueno. Y el Marqués de Marsden es un hombre entrañable y sabio que me ha llegado al corazón. Para mi, todo en esta novela está en su ...
  • Quirky Omega
    2016-12-07
    Oh Lord. So many tears. Mostly happiness and a little twinge of sadness. But that's okay. As long as the H and h get to live our their HEA in grand style. I could have hated it. Lorraine wrote scenes where I could have just flipped off the book and stormed off. Bless her heart for not letting that happen. Even though the characters made decisions that I as a third person did not agree with, I couldn't fault them for it. As a person in their situa...
  • Keri
    2016-12-05
    Awesome read!!!
  • Μαρία Γεωργοπούλου
    2017-10-14
    Amazing!