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Posted December 10, 2011
Simply not my cup of tea
Many ladies dream of receiving their first kiss ¿ stolen in a moonlit garden, seduced during a waltz, somewhere definitely romantic. The least romantic would be inside a notorious brothel, yet that is exactly where Lady Alexa gives up her first kiss to the Wolfhound in exchange for the whereabouts of her brother. A harmless bargain really that should not have mattered one bit to the Wolfhound, but little did Connor Linsley know that the kiss would bind him to this unconventional lady. Which is most unfortunate since someone seems to be on the hunt to destroying all that Connor holds dear ¿ and an ill-timed melting of his heart does not bode well for survival for both him and Alexa.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Too Wicked To Wed seemed very promising in the beginning. Alexa had so much potential ¿ country-bred, outspoken, determined, and altogether curious about things no genteel lady should ever think about ¿ and I wanted to like her. I do like her, but I just didn¿t love her to bits and pieces. I typically gauge a romance by how well I can feel the steam rising from the pages, especially during the out-of-bed moments. I look forward to the chase, the denials, the fights, the heartbreaks, the declaration of love. Alexa and Connor may have had those moments, but I found myself not invested in their relationship. Even when they nearly died at the end! Others may find that magical spark hidden within these pages, but for me, Too Wicked To Wed did not give me a decent cup of tea.