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Review ❤️ The Viscount Made Me Do It by Diana Quincy

July 28, 2021


A seduction that could ruin everything… 

Hanna Zaydan has fought to become London’s finest bonesetter, but her darkly appealing new patient threatens to destroy everything she’s worked so hard for. The daughter of Arab merchants is slowly seduced by the former soldier — even though she’s smart enough to know Griff is after more than he’ll reveal. Whatever it is, the bonesetter’s growing desire for the man just might tempt her to give it to him. 

An attraction that cannot be denied… 

Rumors that he killed his own parents have followed Thomas Ellis, Viscount Griffin, practically since he was a boy. More than a decade after the tragedy, Griff receives a tip about his parents’ killer… one that takes him straight to a captivating bonesetter. Griff is convinced Hanna is a fraud, but the dark-eyed beauty stirs deep feelings in him that he thought had perished along with his family. 

Hanna has a gift for fixing fractured people, but can she also mend a broken heart? More importantly, will Griff let her?

Release Date:
Jul 27, 2021
Series: Clandestine Affairs
Book: 2
Heat Level: Sensual
Publisher: HarperCollins
Imprint: Avon Books
Price: $5.99

This is the first book that I have read by this author. I found the book very entertaining and I loved the main characters. I enjoyed the historical detail and authenticity of language. She drew me into the story with Hannah’s knowledge of bonesetting. I loved the diversity of the characters. It isn’t often you see an Arab heroine in a historical romance. I learned a lot reading this book. It would have been nice to have a translation of the Arabic phrases used in this book. I looked up the phrases on Google translate to no avail. The romance and mystery wrapped in a wonderfully told story had me turning the pages.   

First, we meet the Thomas Ellis, Viscount Griffin, who is grieving the loss of family as he tries to solve the mystery of their demise. I felt like he was just lost wondering around in life while ignoring his title and the duties that came with it. He took notice of a certain bonesetter wearing a piece of jewelry from his mother and wanted to know how she came to own it. His search took him to Hannah Zaydan’s townhouse. There she helped him with his injury and they began to be better acquainted with each other.

Hannah Zayden has taken over her father’s bonesetting practice. She’s a strong woman who knows what she wants out of life and damn the people and life circumstances that try to hold her back. I liked the dynamic between Hannah and her grandmother. Her grandmother is a little set in her ways and I laughed at some of her sayings.

I also enjoyed the push and pull of Griff and Hannah’s relationship. Their interactions are steamy and left me wanting more. And I couldn’t put the book down when Griff discovered that things he thought he knew about his family weren’t so. It was a great twist to the story. All through this book I was rooting for Griff and Hannah.

The Viscount Made Me Do It was a great read and I look forward to reading more books by Diana Quincy. I found her writing informative and romantic, with a touch of action and mystery, and a slight twist at the end. And that combination drew me in. 

~ Brooke

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