I think the thing that makes Loretta Chase's Regencies a cut above most others out there, aside from the obvious wit and humor, is how adept she is at writing perfectly matched heroes and heroines. While nothing can top the perfection (in that regard in particular, but in many others too) of 'Lord of Scoundrels', this featured a spy hero and courtesan heroine who were so. perfect. for each other. I enjoyed every moment they were on page together, every conversation they shared -- and the glamorous Venetian setting didn't hurt, either. Such fun.
It was difficult to identify with either H or h, I could not really believe they loved each other,even at the end. Not her best book.
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