The Viscount's Wicked Ways

The Viscount's Wicked Ways

by Anne Mallory
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The Viscount's Wicked Ways 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
lovetoread75HM More than 1 year ago
like always Anne Mallory books do not disappoint..Such a good page turner you don't want to go to sleep til you finish her books, and this one is no different.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Didn't particularly enjoy this book as I had some of the author's others. Not as entertaining and it seemed several explanations had been left out as though the book was too long and for editing reasons just took out parts of the story, so it didn't run seamless to me in some instances. But the chemistry between Thomas and Patience as good.
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WantonWoman More than 1 year ago
Lord Blackfield, a gorgeous, masculine hunk of pure grade "A" beef, with his sharp wit and dark mysteries, along with Patience, an antiquarian (one who studies antiques for museums) and is beautiful and vivacious under her spectacles with long flowing hair. Their romance was a whirlwind that I enjoyed so much, that I laughed hysterically reading the last chapter. I love Anne Mallory's erotic and sexual scenes as well as, the witty elements to her stories. This one is a must, as all other Anne Mallory romances...I have read them all!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Patience Harrington has never been able to behave to the standard of the Ton. So when she fumbles her Season, Patience is left with one option offered by her father. She is to visit ominous Blackfield Castle to appraise and catalogue the antiques.---- Viscount Blackfield, Thomas Ashe, does not want any visitors especially one as distracting as the lovely Patience even for a few nights. He wants her to leave, but she refuses insisting she will first finish her task of assessing the antiques he inherited even though he does not seem to care about anything except brooding and glaring at her. In reality, Thomas struggles to stay focused on uncovering who endangers so many lives. Still for the first time since he became a spy, Thomas is unable to keep alert and concentrate on his inquiries as he desires Patience who he believes has been sent by his enemy to spy on him. Perhaps he can kiss the truth out of her lips.----- This is a fun gothic historical romance that uses amusing scenarios to refresh and lighten the usual serious tone of the sub-genre. Thomas is out of patience with his desire that he fears hides his unwanted guest¿s nefarious activities while Patience ponders whether her host is the Frankenstein monster. Fans will enjoy this gender war starring two terrific combatants who misconceive everything about the other except love.----- Harriet Klausner