Too Wicked to Marry [NOOK Book]

Overview

Rollicking, sexy Historical Romance from New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Sizemore!


Harriet is a spy.

Lord Martin Kestrel has no idea of this when he asks her to marry him. Of course, he thinks she is named Abigail, and is his daughter's devoted governess. Lord ...
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Too Wicked to Marry

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Overview

Rollicking, sexy Historical Romance from New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Sizemore!


Harriet is a spy.

Lord Martin Kestrel has no idea of this when he asks her to marry him. Of course, he thinks she is named Abigail, and is his daughter's devoted governess. Lord Martin, devilishly handsome, witty and sexy, is a roving ambassador for the Queen. Harriet has made it her duty for the last four years to protect him, and to try not to fall in love with him.

Harriet runs rather than tell Martin the truth. But he tracks her down. She has to face his fury at her deception. She also makes a devil's bargain with him, accepting a place in Martin's bed as his mistress to accomplish one more mission for Crown and Country.

Martin is out for revenge. Harriet has an assignment, and both want more from the other than they claim. After four years of hungering for each other, are they going to let little things like treachery and deadly danger get in the way of their passion?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012985941
  • Publisher: susan sizemore
  • Publication date: 9/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 525,601
  • File size: 164 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2012

    Quick, easy read but full of typos

    I'm glad I didn't pay more than I did for this. The editor obviously didn't spend much time proofreading it. There were typos that a simple spell check would have caught. It was quite distracting.

    The characterization is ok, even though our little female spy seems weak and unbelievable.

    It was a quick read and probably not one I'll reread.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 16, 2011

    Do not Buy This Book for Nook

    When downloading it it only downloads half the book. It only goes to page 151. I was very disapointed because it is a good book and I was not able to read the end!!!!!!!!!!!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    one of the best historical tales of the year

    In 1880 while attending a decadent party, Lord Martin Kestrel realizes he loves his daughter¿s governess, Abigail Perry. He immediately leaves for London to propose marriage. A stunned Abigail says no and vanishes before Martin can persuade her otherwise. <P>Martin cannot find Abigail until a letter from her great aunt arrives. He visits her relative who sends him to meet Ian and Hannah MacLeod on the Isle of Skye where Martin demands to see Abigail who informs him that she is actually Harriet MacLeod, an English spy assigned to protect his daughter and him. An angry Martin, already filled with mistrust after the infidelity of his deceased wife, calls Harriet a liar before leaving. However, she finds that she needs his services to gain entry to a house where her brother might be held prisoner. He accepts the job only if she agrees to be his mistress during the scenario, making a permanent relationship even less likely between them. <P>Susan Sizemore is known for her strong historical novels, but her current tale, TOO WICKED TO MARRY, may be the awesome author¿s best work to date. This exciting Victorian romantic intrigue stars a gender-bending heroine assigned to protect the lead male protagonist and a strong support cast. With a refreshing action-jammed story line for the ensemble to star in, Ms. Sizemore provides one of the best historical tales of the year. <P>Harriet Klausner

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