Her Dangerous Viscount (Rakes & Rebels, Book 7)
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Dark, dangerous Grey St. James and literary Natalya Beauvisage embark on an adventure to escape from France and return to Regency London...where secrets await! (Formerly titled Natalya)
Grey and Natalya attempt to leave France from the walled city of St. Malo, a notorious haven for pirates.

Beautiful St. Malo In France

Funny pictures about Beautiful St. Malo In France. Oh, and cool pics about Beautiful St. Malo In France. Also, Beautiful St. Malo In France photos.

Grey St. James escapes from Napoleon's prison on the rocky isle of Mont St. Michel at the beginning of HER DANGEROUS VISCOUNT.

Castillo (Castle) Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, France <-- been here, it's really really lovely

Natalya

Romola Garai, Emma Woodhouse - Emma directed by Jim O'Hanlon (TV Mini-Series, Series Costume Design by Rosalind Ebbutt

Another "flying staircase" similar to the one described in Grey's Philadelphia house (originally lived in by Nicholai Beauvisage in SPRING FIRES).

Interior Design - Chapter 5 - American Greek revival, American Empire - Entrance Hall/ Stair Hall, possibly inspired by Charles Shrewsbury House - Madison, Indiana. I love the introduction a sweeping staircase gives an entrance. This is a work of art.

Napoleon turned Mont St. Michel into a prison during the war with England, and our hero, Grey St. James, Viscount Altburne, has just escaped when HER DANGEROUS VISCOUNT begins...

Places I've been: Mount San Michel, France. ✮ Mount San Michel at certain times is engulfed by the water and reveals the splendor of construction. Set in a medieval town called Avranches, this monastery was fortified in the thirteenth century.

Hatchards is the oldest bookshop in the United Kingdom. It was founded by John Hatchard in 1797 in Piccadilly, London. One of the scenes in HER DANGEROUS VISCOUNT is set here, and you can still visit today!

Hatchards Bookshop, Piccadilly, London - oldest book store, opened in

In St. Malo, Natalya hears about François-René de Chateaubriand, the writer and politician who wrote against Napoleon. (by Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy Trioson)

Southern Folk Artist & Antiques Dealer/Collector: One of my favorite artist, Anne Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson

Yes, this could be Grey St. James, Viscount Altburne...

Extremely Gorgeous Face - My What Beautiful Eyes You Have!: This guy really looks like he could be perfect. Where do you get eyes like that?

Cliveden, the Benjamin Chew estate in Germantown, near Philadelphia, was an inspiration for Natalya's family home, Belle Maison.

Cliveden - Germantown An outstanding example of Philadelphia Georgian architecture. Probably designed by Chew and Jacob Knor, a master carpenter, the stone masonry house has particularly fine interior woodwork.

When Natalya returns home to Belle Maison, she sleeps in a Sheraton field bed like this one (her mother Caro's old bedroom, before her marriage to Alec).

Sheraton Field Bed by D. Dimes & Company out of Northwood, New Hampshire pinned with Pinvolve

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