Image of Vixen in Velvet (The Dressmakers Series)


Image of Vixen in Velvet (The Dressmakers Series)

Smart, funny and unconventional! The third in Chase’s Dressmaker series is an ideal read for anyone craving a fast, fun and intelligent romance. There’s something so enchanting about the story, the characters and their relationships that makes Vixen in Velvet more than a love story; it’s joyous.

Leonie Noirot is determined for her family’s dress shop to become famous, so she plans to turn ugly duckling Lady Gladys into a swan. She knows the secret to a woman’s curves is in the corset, but handsome, charming Simon Blair, Marquess of Lisburne, is intent upon getting Leonie out of hers. Leonie proposes a wager: She’ll have Gladys surrounded with suitors or spend two weeks with Simon. Leonie intends to win, but Simon’s attentions are very tempting. When his cousin’s poetry reading sets off riots at a charity event, it seems both their schemes are in jeopardy, but fate has more in store for them. (AVON, Jul., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin