Too Wicked to Love

Too Wicked to Love

by Debra Mullins
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Too Wicked to Love 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
LadyScarlet More than 1 year ago
I didn't realize this was part of a series, well at least I assume it is since they keep alluding to events from the past. You really miss out if you haven't read the earlier books with this one. I found myself just looking for the scenes bt the Hero and Heroine (which are great) since most of the dialogue/mystery deals with past events.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1876 affluent Lady Genevieve Wallington-Wallis distrusts males having been hurt by her deceiving former fiancé, Midshipman Bradley Overton. However, Genny is upset with herself for being attracted to Admiral Samuel Breedlove's coachman John Ready especially after a shared kiss. Still she does not trust him for two reasons: he does not act like a coachman and more important he is a man. John conceals from his employer that he is a duke seeking to prove his innocence before he is hung for a murder he did not commit; instead Raventhorpe killed his wife Elizabeth as he has others in the way of his sex trading business and framed John who fled to America, but is back. As he seeks evidence, he becomes the protector of Genny's friend Annabella Bailey who has drawn Raventhorpe's attention. Genny joins John on his quest to keep Annabella safe and find proof that Raventhorpe is a human trafficking killer. This exciting Victorian amateur sleuth romantic suspense hooks the audience with the opening scene introduction to the evil snake Raventhorpe and never slows down as undercover John tries to protect two women and find proof to hang the malevolent enemy. Sub-genre fans will find it difficult to stop reading until the final confrontation occurs. Harriet Klausner