Image of The Viscount in Her Bedroom (The Sisters of Willow Pond)


Image of The Viscount in Her Bedroom (The Sisters of Willow Pond)

The conclusion to the Sisters of Willow Pond trilogy is a masterful, emotional love story that revolves around the impact blindness can have on a family, from physical limitations to emotional fallout. With sensitivity and compassion, Callen crafts a beautiful story with memorable characters.

After a riding accident blinds Simon, Lord Wade, the onetime society darling lives quietly with his shy sister and grandmother. It's an uneventful life, until his grandmother hires Louisa Shelby as her companion.

Louisa's world changed when her father committed suicide. Now that her sisters are married, she takes a position with Lady Wade and is surprised by her instant affinity for Simon. He takes her breath away, while she brings the spark back into his life and helps his sister feel more at ease with men.

Louisa knows Simon is not for her, but she cannot resist the chance to spend a night in his arms. But one night isn't enough, and intrepid Louisa must convince Simon that her love is based on passion, not pity. (Avon, Jun., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin