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Posted October 31, 2013
THE SINS OF A WICKED PRINCESS by Anna Randol is an exciting Rege
THE SINS OF A WICKED PRINCESS by Anna Randol is an exciting Regency Historical Romance. #3 in the “Sinner’s Trio” trilogy and the conclusion of this fast paced, adventure filled story and what a conclusion! Can a Princess of a long forgotten Kingdom find her Prince Charming in a charming but dangerous spy? You must read “The Sins of a Wicked Princess” to find out for yourself rather fairy tales do really come true. Join Princess Juliana, the heir to a Kingdom,which is in danger and Ian Maddox, aka the Wraith,who has left his spying days behind him,at least,until he learns who betrayed his team and his trying to kill him and his friends. Filled with lies, mystery,suspense,secrets, betrayal, treachery, treason, passion and the greatest gift of all, love. The passion fairly sizzles off the page between Juliana and Ian! Princess Juliana finds the greatest challenge of all,is her master spy, Ian. For you see Ian,(Wraith) is out to destroy the one who attempted to kill him and his friends….her younger brother,oh, but he has meet his match with Princess Juliana. Juliana’s brother has been manipulated by a traitor in more ways than one. A powerful story on the powers to be and the lies,and deceit that follows when the greedy gets greedier on the backs of the poor and defenseless or so it would same. Ms. Randol is a masterful storyteller. One who draws her reader into the story and holds them spellbound. I love her stories and “The Sins of a Wicked Princess” was a true prince of a story. For a pauper may just become a prince after all!! Well done!! Received for an honest review from the publisher and Edelweiss.
HEAT RATING: MILD
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, Review courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
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Posted April 20, 2014
Posted December 4, 2013
Reviewed by Guest Reviewer & posted at Under the Covers Book
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*Pouts* It’s over, it’s really over. The first book in the Sinners Trio, Sins of a Virgin shocked me but once I recovered I could only describe the book with one word; awesome. I happily awaited for the second book to be released and loved Sins of a Wicked Rogue. Now at last third book is out and Sins of a Wicked Princess is another winner.
Ian Maddox, or Wraith as he is secretly known, was recruited with three others from the gallows and given the choice to live if he gave his life in service to the crown. The government has now disavowed knowledge of the Trio and now they are on their own. Clayton and Madeline are now happily married and living productive lives but Ian is still uncertain of his fate. Frankly, he is quite content to leave the life of being a spy but first he must discover who is behind a hit list on his former associates.
Princess Juliana is a semi-exiled ruler of a small country that is sought after by the French and Spanish. When Wraith appears one night in her bedroom demanding to know who wants his friends killed, Juliana has no idea what he is talking about. Somehow the Trio has something to do with the toppling of Juliana’s country. She soon finds that there is another plot to depose her of her throne and her brother may be at the center along with an unscrupulous and immoral Duke. The sparks fly between Ian and Juliana as soon as they meet but Juliana must do her duty to her country and marry someone of her ilk and Ian believes he is not for her, but at every turn the heat between them flares and the danger increases.
Anna Randol has done is again and I am very sorry to see the end of the Sinners Trio. Anna Randol’s knack for writing danger and suspense make this not just a romance but a wonderful mystery as well. Ian’s snarky mouth and the not-so-proper-princess Juliana with her scandalous skills such as picking locks, are fabulous characters. I loved how both of them at first thought they had to part ways, but then with the realization they couldn’t be happy unless they were together, they both fought for what they truly wanted. In the end the spy and the princess overcome their social differences, making The Sins of a Wicked Princess a must read.
* ARC provided by publisher
Posted December 2, 2013
This was the first book that I had ever read by Anna Randol and
This was the first book that I had ever read by Anna Randol and it won't be the last! Sins of a Wicked Princess is the third book in her Wickedly Tempting Trio. I will be reading the other two as soon as I am able. This book is a must read for lovers of historical romance.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Ian Maddax aka Wraith meets Princess Juliana Castanova of Lenoria when he sneaks into her room looking for information on who is threatening his friends. Juliana uses the opportunity to have Ian teach her how to be a thief so she can help her brother who is being black mailed. Ian and Juliana realize that they are both in search of the same documents and they must race to get the documents back to save their family and friends. The couple finds their attraction to each other growing, even though they both know that they can never have a relationship. Will the couple take a chance or will they let Juliana's Princess status stand between them?
Posted November 22, 2013
Not bad, but not memorable
It was an enjoyable read but lacked the depth needed to make the characters stick in your mind. Ian's background wasn't filled in enough for me to feel sympathetic towards him and his lifestyle. The princess's wasn't much better (to the point where I keep forgetting her name). He's a thief who got arrested on purpose to become a better thief. She wants to keep her idiot brother from being forced to claim her throne. Neither of the villains had any real depth either, considering who they are (I won't spoil it), you would think their personalities would be evident. Instead, one is no surprise and the other is too surprising (I thought it was actually out of character).Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
If you have a couple hours to waste, or just want something mindless, I would recommend this book. If you want a book where you love the characters and want to reread it and learn more about their story, then I would pass.
Posted February 14, 2014
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