Adult Fiction, Erotica, Historical Fiction, Romance

Review: His Scandalous Viscountess | Lustful Lords Series by Sorcha Mowbray

Today we are celebrating the release of HIS SCANDALOUS VISCOUNTESS, the third book in the Lustful Lords series by Sorcha Mowbray. This book is a historical romance title from Jack’s House Publishing. Check out the purchase links and blurb for the book below.



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Once upon a time, a boy and a girl fell in love…but prestige, power, and a shameful secret drove them apart. 

Julia fled abroad after the death of her husband, Lord Fallthorpe. She has finally returned to England, but little has changed. 

Except for her. 

As a dowager marchioness, Julia lives and loves where she pleases. And the obnoxious son of her dead husband does not please. But what can an independent woman do? Why, create a scandal, of course! 

Viscount Wolfington is no stranger to the wagging tongues of the ton. Between being a Lustful Lord and the scandal of his birth, he learned long ago that society had little use for him. So when he walks into The Market and finds the woman who once stole his heart being auctioned for a night of debauchery, he jumps at another chance to hold her–even for just a single night. 

As Julia and Wolf unravel their pasts, will villainy win again, or will love finally conquer all? 

5 stars

Historical Romance | Adult Fiction | Erotica

***Received an Advanced Readers Copy during a blog tour with InkSlingerPR in exchange for an honest review***

Never doubt my obsession for Historical Romances – never. Seriously, I love this genre so much and the Lustful Lords Series has quickly become one of my favorites. Taming His Hellion Countess was beyond scrumptious, so it should come to no surprise that His Scandalous Viscountess is a wet dream of massive proportions. I loved it. Maybe even more than the first two books! Now I will admit that anytime I see a Sorcha Mowbray book come my way, I will stop what I am doing to dive into whatever this new world is because my obsession is becoming strong with this authors writing style.

I mean seriously, who doesn’t adore a good second-chance romance? And boy I will admit this now, Julia and Wolf were amazing. Seriously, I loved their chemistry from the moment they reconnected. The sexual tension that radiated from both of them was definitely delicious.

Julia, or as her pet name has been dubbed – Jules, is fierce. Honestly she is really a badass in her own right, especially during the time setting. I just think her character was just a gem of gems, not only that, but again, she just could hold her ground, not settling for the obvious answer until she was against a wall – both figuratively and sexually… and speaking of sexually, on my lanta Wolf. I loved that at the beginning, he wanted to be the hero, and rather during the entirety of the plot development, he works hard to aid Julia. But honestly, that moment when he sees her again for the first time in ages, I saw stars. Wolf really does try to protect and defend Julia, but he does the delicious extra step in basically seducing her in the most creative ways, especially considering their reintroduction scene – can we get a fan in here? I’m melting off my seat. But that was honestly their entire relationship of the book, it was getting to know one another again, being one another’s hero and indulging in the finer pleasures of themselves. 

Another factor worth mentioning is the secondary supporting characters. There was a lot of characters that were in and out of the scenes that I just felt really aided in the romantic entanglement that was Wolf and Julia. I loved these characters solo with their supporting characters just as much as I enjoyed an entire gang together chat chitting about sex and taking over the world – it was entertaining. 

Overall, I personally really enjoyed His Scandalous Viscountess. I thought it was creative, fun, hilariously entertaining and beyond sexually satisfying. I loved the connection between Wolf and Julia from the start, and the dynamic of the drama was just perfection. I still cannot get over their chemistry, I really think this is one of my favorites so far in the Lustful Lords series. I really just cannot get enough of Sorcha’s writing style, she has the best way of really starting off with the good stuff and keeps the passion and fiercness of the plot going without dragging it out, which is always a plus when it comes to historical romances.

Now, my only hope is to see some Linc romance in the near future. I need him. And of course, I am rather curious about Flint. Oh there are so many possibilities of who the next Lustful Lord could be! 


His Hand-Me-Down Countess (Lustful Lords, #1)

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Taming His Hellion Countess (Lustful Lords, #2)

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Sorcha Mowbray is a mild mannered office worker by day…okay, so she is actually a mouthy, opinionated, take charge kind of gal who bosses everyone around; but she definitely works in an office. At night she writes romance so hot she sets the sheets on fire! Just ask her slightly singed husband.

She is a longtime lover of historical romance, having grown up reading Johanna Lindsey and Judith McNaught. Then she discovered Thea Devine and Susan Johnson. Holy cow! Heroes and heroines could do THAT? From there, things devolved into trying her hand at writing a little smexy. Needless to say, she liked it and she hopes you do too!

For more information about Sorcha, please visit her website, “Like” Sorcha on Facebook and follow her on Twitter, Instagram and Goodreads. Join Sorcha’s newsletter to be the first to hear about upcoming releases. She loves hearing from her readers. Email her directly at


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