Wicked [NOOK Book]

Overview

Kyril. Marko. Semyon. Brothers like no other, sharing an ancient blood bond and descent from Russian wolves. Sworn to lead the Pack of St. James and defend the English crown, their seductive charm is legendary among the women of London. In Wicked, Noelle Mack presents Semyon's story...

The Demon's Disciple


Masterful. Seductive. And very much in demand. Semyon Taruskin does not deny his reputation as a lover....

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Overview

Kyril. Marko. Semyon. Brothers like no other, sharing an ancient blood bond and descent from Russian wolves. Sworn to lead the Pack of St. James and defend the English crown, their seductive charm is legendary among the women of London. In Wicked, Noelle Mack presents Semyon's story...

The Demon's Disciple


Masterful. Seductive. And very much in demand. Semyon Taruskin does not deny his reputation as a lover. But one woman alone has enchanted him: the seemingly innocent and bewitching Angelica Harrow. He would risk his own life to protect hers, for Angelica lives in fear of one who betrayed her, a notorious rake who has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Was the man murdered? Or transformed into a different-and far more malevolent-entity?


For her love, Semyon will reveal his supernatural powers in a lethal battle for dominance of London's private hells. The last man standing shall claim Angelica-and Semyon's passion for Angelica is proof that the wildest blood runs hottest...

Praise for Noelle Mack and Wild: The Pack Of St. James



"Dark and passionate...highly sensual and vividly written."—Romantic Times


"Encompasses passion, mystery, and magical wonder. Exactly the sort of book you can sink your 'reading teeth' into and devour each and every page."
Romance Junkies




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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly

Set in Regency England, Mack's third Pack of St. James scorcher (after 2008's Wild and Wanton) features the well-drawn character Semyon Taruskin, the youngest of a trio of Russian wolf-blooded brothers who pose as London gentlemen to serve the king. A chance encounter with maid Angelica Harrow drives renowned lover Semyon into lustful fantasies. Angelica's confident manner and gentle ways convince him she was not born into the servant class, and he intends to make his sensual dreams into reality. When he finds she has been kidnapped, his wolf senses lead him into London's underworld of orgies, sex slaves and the debauchery of a man known as St. Sin. Titillating sex scenes will keep readers enthralled all the way to a satisfying conclusion that leaves room for future stories featuring secondary characters. (Sept.)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780758247841
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Series: Pack of St. James Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 1,161,599
  • File size: 875 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2013

    Like Semyon, Angelica not so much

    I really like the Semyon, but Angelica for her education, is as smart as bag of rocks. Even after she knows Semyon and his kinsmen have preternatural powers; she decides to leave the Pack house. Semyon had done everything in his power to protect her, but Angelica leaving the mews is HER fault that Hinch finds her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2010

    wicked

    wicked

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  • Posted August 3, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    super paranormal Regency romantic suspense

    Angelica Harrow feels fortunate to have escaped from her odious stepbrother Victor Broadnax. In London she obtains work as a "coat check" girl at a ball. Russian werewolf Semyon Taruskin, renowned for his way with the ladies, is attracted to her. However, before he can do anything about his regard, she vanishes.

    Semyon knows something is not quite right even with Angelica's vanishing act. He begins a search for her, but had not expected a fight to the death with a more powerful supernatural being over who claims Angelica. His advantage is love enhances his prowess, but he failed as the evil St. Sin forces him to act wickedly at a sex club in front of a malevolent crowd.

    The latest Pack of St. James paranormal Regency romantic suspense (see WILD and WANTON) is an action-packed thriller that is even darker than the previous entries as the underbelly of London's seediest is exposed. The story line is fast-paced but owned by the cast as, the werewolf, the lady in trouble and the vile villains make Noelle Mack's portrayal of early nineteenth century London vivid but gloomy.

    Harriet Klausner

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