It’s been a few years since Humphreys’ last novel so I was eager to dive in when this one released. And wow, she did not disappoint!
Peter Jennett is shot while on his way to visit his cousin in his country parish. It’s not the first attempt on his life, so he gives a false name when he awakens in the local surgery.
Anne Albright nurses the man she knows as Peter Matthews, allowing herself to develop feelings for him. As they grow closer they learn some secrets about each other, and keep a few more. When the full truth is revealed, Anne can’t forgive Peter for the deception, even though he’s still being stalked by a killer.
I loved this story so much! It’s a wonder to me how Humphreys kept the pace and action of the book moving, when the hero spent so much time in bed and convalescing. But she did! The attraction between Peter and Anne grew and flared naturally. It’s obvious Humphreys does her research, both medically and historically.
I highly recommend NEVER A VISCOUNT!
And, in news that’s sure to shock regular readers of my reviews, I purchased this copy of Never a Viscount. It was not a free advance copy. That’s how sure I was that I would enjoy it, and I was right!
Talk about a thriller of a ride! I could hardly put this book down and read it in just a couple of sittings.
Controversial (and unlicensed therapist) Avery Chambers takes on Marissa and Matthew Bishop as clients. Marissa is desperate to reconcile her marriage after a one-night stand, but as the Bishops delve deeper into their marriage, more secrets come out. Avery is dealing with her own issues and is being actively persecuted by a corporation upset by her methods and whistleblowing.
Each chapter takes the reader on a roller coaster ride of twists and turns that leads inexorably to the explosive climax when everything becomes clear.
I loved this book and highly recommend it!
Unfortunately for you (but oh, so fortunately for me), I was given an Advanced Reader Copy to read. The book doesn’t release until March, 2022. But it will be worth the wait!
I received a free advance copy of this book via NetGalley, but that did not induce me to review it, favorably or not.