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The Viscount’s Seduction by @AlinaKField is a Binge-Worthy Festival pick #regency #romanticsuspense

Title: The Viscount’s Seduction

Author: Alina K. Field

Genre: Regency Romantic Suspense

Book Blurb:

She's lost her family, her home, and even her fey abilities.

But somehow, the fairies have handed this Irish earl's daughter a chance at a Season in London.

From her place on the fringes of high society, she seeks the truth about her brother's vanishing--and revenge on an English spy lord.

Her schemes soon incite an unknown enemy, and spark a different danger, in the person of the spy lord's handsome heir.

The impertinent hoyden he'd met years ago was still as wild as her Irish roots.

And she was just as unlucky, and still an Irish traitor's sister.

But her beauty, her charm, and her courage can't be ignored. When danger strikes her, he'll risk scandal, the ton's disapproval, his father's ire...and his own heart.


Thump-thump. “Go and rescue that fool. He’s attempting to stand up with her again,” Lord Shaldon said.

Bakeley sighed.

“Go. I know you’re in no danger of beguilement.”

“I’m in no danger of getting another glass of punch either.”

He searched the room for his brother’s tawny hair. Charley was indeed preparing to stand up again with the same partner. Nodding to acquaintances, he wove through the crowd, reached his brother, and moved him aside.

And his heart launched into a gallop. The beauty that Charley was with—and she was a rare beauty—stared soulfully up at him. The blondest of hair shimmered and gray eyes glowed luminous in the light of many candles.

“How do you do?” Only manners honed by many years of encounters with the fairer sex kept him from stumbling over his words. He bowed. “Charles, Father commands your appearance. I am Bakeley, miss. I hope you do not mind dancing with an older brother.”

Charley sighed, and then shrugged, a grin spreading. “My apologies, my lady. This is not a proper introduction, but it will have to do. This is my brother, Lord Bakeley.”

The lady’s cheeks went unaccountably pink and she ducked her head in a curtsey.

Drat. She perhaps knew him, but he didn’t recognize her. So she was a lady, and beautiful. Was she also rich?

They took their place in the line. Damn, but he should have examined her when Charley had picked her out.

When she moved in a turn around the next gentleman, he looked her over as discreetly as possible. She was a thin little thing in her blue silks, not as plump as he normally liked. What he knew about dresses was almost nothing, but this one seemed to fit with the current fashions, though it had less of the flounces, ribbons, and fluttering pieces.

Which, in his estimation was good.

And it was not white, which meant she was not making her first bows.

A widow, perhaps. She smiled up at him on the next turn. A young widow, and not terribly willing. That smile had been tight and polite.

They went down the middle together and waited through a set. “I don’t believe we’ve met before. Is your family in town for the Season? Is your husband active in Parliament?”

She blinked and her eyes widened.

Not married, then. “I beg your pardon. Your title is from your father?”

They were interrupted again by the need to turn, and he concentrated momentarily on the dance.

When they came together again, her lips had curved up and her eyes gleamed with humor. “You are Shaldon’s heir, are you not?”


More infernal turning. Would this dance never end so he could find out who she was?

They marched down the center together again. Where her hand touched his arm, he felt a delicate heat.

“And isn’t this always the problem, Lord Bakeley, when a lord and lady dispense with a proper introduction?”

He heard it then: the slightest lilt, the tiniest burr. They parted to go round the next couple in line and came together again.

“You are Irish.”

The dance ended and she curtsied, dipping her chin and rising again with a grin.

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The Viscount’s Seduction is a historical romance filled with thrilling twists and turns, and is Book Two in a five-book series of exciting standalone romances.


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Author Biography:

Award-winning and USA Today bestselling author Alina K. Field earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and German literature, but prefers the much happier world of romance fiction. Though her roots are in the Midwestern U.S., after six very, very, very cold years in Chicago, she moved to Southern California and hasn’t looked back. She shares a midcentury home with her husband and her spunky, blonde, rescued terrier, and loves to hear from readers!

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Barbara Bettis
Aug 31, 2020

Hi Alina. Love the sound of this book :) I don't think I've read it yet! Darn!!


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Aug 31, 2020

Thanks so much for having me today!


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Aug 31, 2020

Thank you, Alina, for sharing your book in our Binge-Worthy Book Festival!

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