Wicked At Heart [NOOK Book]

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England, 1813. Damon de Wolfe, the sixth Marquess of Morninghall (A Romantic Times K.I.S.S. Hero of the Year Nominee) is dark, diabolical, and very, very dangerous. Tortured by his past and driven by his desire for revenge, the former naval hero has fallen from grace after infuriating his superiors. Now seething with anger in his lowly role of prison ship commander, he has locked away his brutal childhood memories and allows no one into his world. When beautiful and independent social reformer Lady Gwyneth Evans ...
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Overview

England, 1813. Damon de Wolfe, the sixth Marquess of Morninghall (A Romantic Times K.I.S.S. Hero of the Year Nominee) is dark, diabolical, and very, very dangerous. Tortured by his past and driven by his desire for revenge, the former naval hero has fallen from grace after infuriating his superiors. Now seething with anger in his lowly role of prison ship commander, he has locked away his brutal childhood memories and allows no one into his world. When beautiful and independent social reformer Lady Gwyneth Evans Simms dares to clash with him over mistreated prisoners, she unwittingly throws herself into the most perilous fight of her life. And Damon embarks on a journey of healing and discovery as the lovely widow seeks to exorcise the demons haunting his very soul through lessons in love. A gripping and emotional Beauty
and the Beast tale by bestselling, multi-award winning author Danelle Harmon (author of the de Montforte Brothers series).
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Editorial Reviews

The Literary Times - Diane Potwin
"From tragedy to triumph you will remember [Ms. Harmon's] vivid characters -- and you'll take them to your heart! Ms. Harmon remains a forerunner in historical romance!"
Blue Moon - Editor Reviewer
FOUR STARS! "Arguably one of the best novels starring a tortured hero ... explosive, complicated and passionate due to the highly complex personality of Damon ... Just for the hero, this book deserves to be discovered, but the novel goes far beyond. Passionate and very sensual... full of fury and passion in the great tradition of traditional romance!" (translated from the original French)
Romantic Times - Kathe Robin
K.I.S.S. HERO OF THE YEAR NOMINEE! "Strong, emotional, dark and sensual, WICKED AT HEART takes the reader by storm. Ms. Harmon has outdone herself!"
Literary Reality Blog - Lidyane Dutra
"A tortured hero who can't conform himself with the fact that the heroine won't give in to his demands, and you have me hooked from the first page ... I couldn't have put [it] down even if I wanted. A must for anyone who likes a compelling story with a breathtaking hero: sexy, tormented and brooding!"
Midwest Book Review - reviewer reviewer
"Wonderfully written ...The plot and story are engaging, and there are some VERY emotional scenes that are superbly crafted; exactly what I read a romance for ... This is a paradigm Wounded Hero novel, and Ms. Harmon does it wonderfully!"
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014621809
  • Publisher: Danelle Harmon
  • Publication date: 7/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 57,673
  • File size: 601 KB

Meet the Author

Bestselling, multi-award winning and critically acclaimed author Danelle Harmon has written ten books, previously published in print and distributed in many languages worldwide. Though a Massachusetts native, she has lived in Great Britain and is married to an Englishman; she and her husband make their home in New England with their daughter Emma and numerous animals including four dogs, an Egyptian Arabian horse, and a flock of pet chickens. Danelle welcomes email from her readers and can be reached at .
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  • Posted December 1, 2012

    Another great DH book. I loved the hero from the start but Lady

    Another great DH book. I loved the hero from the start but Lady G took some getting use too. I'm not a fan of strong opinionated characters. From the start I just wanted to reach in (the bk) and slap Lady G. Which say a lot about DH's writing. And how amazing it is. But we all settled into a love/hate relationship and finished with a beatuiful ending. This is a darker book then other ones but well worth it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2012

    The line between love & hate....

    In true Danelle fashion, I was spellbound from the beginning! This was a very fast read b/c i just had to know what would happen from page to page! Some surprises happen along the way & of course a deep & strong love grows from a strong animosity! The romance was fun to watch develop throughout!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2013

    We all love a tortured, wounded hero and Danelle Harmon provides

    We all love a tortured, wounded hero and Danelle Harmon provides a fantastic hero in Damon de Wolfe. But he has met his match in Lady Gwyneth Evans Simms, a heroine with a mission. The characters are strong to fit a powerful, engaging story. I have to admit that I didn't read it all in a day or in one setting. For me, it took some time to absorb. But it was worth the effort. Well done, Ms. Harmon.

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