Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue: A Cynster Novel (Cynster Sisters Trilogy #1) (Mass Market Paperbound)
The Cynsters are back in a brilliant new series from USA Today and New York Times bestseller Stephanie Laurens Fans adore Laurens's irrepressible fictional family of sexy scoundrels and passionate ladies and their amorous Regency Era exploits. In Laurens's sensational new Cynster historical romance, it's Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue when feisty Heather Cynster steps out of her safe, dull social circle in search of a dashing hero to wed...and ends up kidnapped, scandalized and whisked out of London, with her only hope for salvation--and love--resting with a notorious rogue lord.
“Laurens has created another incredible series connected to the Cynsters and Bastion Club. The marvelous adventure story is wrapped in an exciting plot built around a dynamic hero and a heroine whose depth of emotion reaches out to touch the reader on every level. Superb!” Romantic Times, Top Pick!
-Romantic Times BOOKclub on The Reckless Bride
“a fabulously entertaining new quartet”
-Booklist on The Reckless Bride
“After a brief hiatus, Laurens returns to her beloved Cynsters for the first in a trilogy. Charming and entertaining as always, this 16th tale of the series has strong family values; passionate characters; daring, madcap adventures and heated love scenes.”
-RT Book Reviews, 4 stars
“Nonstop adventure, an intriguing plot, clever, resourceful characters, and plenty of Laurens’s trademark passion will make this first of the “Cynster Sisters” trilogy another favorite of Cynster fans.”
“Perfect for rainy days or indulgent afternoons, VISCOUNT BRECKENRIDGE TO THE RESCUE is another strong addition to Laurens’ canon.”
“Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue sweeps the reader along at the speed of the kidnappers’ galloping team of horses, offering suspense, passion, and intrigue in the most pleasurable of combinations.”
-NY Journal of Books
Reviewer Top Pick. “Another wonderfully romantic and deeply satisfying Laurens tale...”
-Night Owl Review