Book Reviews of Wicked and Wonderful (Zebra Regency Romance)

Wicked and Wonderful (Zebra Regency Romance)
Wicked and Wonderful - Zebra Regency Romance
Author: Valerie King
ISBN-13: 9780821778470
ISBN-10: 0821778471
Publication Date: 9/1/2005
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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she can resist anything ...but temptation
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it's funny and sad and dreammy
a little of all!!!!
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she can resist anything - but temptation
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After he caught her stealing apples from his orchard, the Earl of Kelthorne demanded one kiss from Judith Lovington before he would allow her to return to the troupe of actors with whom she was traveling. But one kiss proved not to be enough, and Lord Kelthorne vows to pursue Judith either until his taste for her is completely satisfied or until his prospective bride-to-be, Miss Abigail Currivard, arrives. Confident of his own charms and certain that any female songstress is fair game for a liaison, Kelthorne begins plotting a campaign of seduction only to discover Judith is not quite the woman he first imagined and that she is determined to resist his every romantic advance.
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Very nice, naughty but nice, semi-historical romance (some anachronistic touches here and there!). She lovely, sweet, gorgeous, and troubled, he's a rogue with a heart. Very fun!
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I like this book, very sweet!
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After he caught her stealing apples from his orchard, the Earl of Kelthorne demanded one kiss from Judith Lovington before he would allow her to return to the troupe of actors with whom she was traveling. But one kiss proved not to be enough, and Lord Kelthorne vows to pursue Judith either until his taste for her is completely satisfied or until his prospective bride-to-be, Miss Abigail Currivard, arrives. Confident of his own charms and certain that any female songstress is fair game for a liaison, Kelthorne begins plotting a campaign of seduction only to discover Judith is not quite the woman he first imagined and that she is determined to resist his every romantic advance. A clever heroine with a secret past proves to be more than a match for a sexy rake in King's latest romance, and her gift for subtle characterization is certain to please readers who prefer Regencies with depth.