Wicked All Day

Wicked All Day

by Liz Carlyle
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Wicked All Day 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Although affluent Zoe Armstrong knows objectively she will have to settle in marriage amidst the Ton probably for a rakish amoral fortune hunter, she detests the idea. She understands why being the illegitimate offspring of an aristocrat and his mistress even if her father raised her, but she does not have to like it. Worse she knows only the most desperate fortune hunter will pursue her. At a gala, Zoe breaks into tears as she realizes first hand what a pariah she is to most of the Ton. Her friend rakish Robert "Robin" Rowland tries to soothe her disappointment, but his caring is misconstrued by all in attendance. To save what was already a poor reputation due to her blood requires the pair marry although neither loves one another. Robert's prim and proper older brother the Marquess of Mercer takes both of them to his estate to buy time for gossip to vanish as a new scandal will arise. As Mercer struggles to hide his attraction to Zoe, she knows she loves the older brother who will never offer for her as she is tainted. This is a wonderful historical romance starring spirited Zoe who drives both brothers batty. Robin is unhappy with his choices while Zoe feels stunned ever since "the drastic and shocking events commenced" that dramatically changed their lives and that of a shocked Mercer. Fans will enjoy Liz Carlyle's amusing yet pathos laden tale "in which all is revealed". Harriet Klausner
PaulaFL More than 1 year ago
This book was good. There's two books to this series and this is the first one. Try to read them in order. The characters of this book were a little full of themselves I thought and I just couldn't get to excited about this book. I thought the second book was a lot better. I gave this book 3 stars.
curlyloulou More than 1 year ago
This book started out good but went downhill rather quickly. It was a lot of fluff and sick bed stuff that turns me off romance books. Not Liz's best efforts.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was my first Liz Carlyle book to read. I loved the story and it had me crying several times throughout the book. Loved the self-torment of the Marquess and Zoe. If you like Mary Balogh's "A Gilded Web" then I think you will like this book.
genre2lover More than 1 year ago
I always buy books with Liz Carlyle's name on them because she has alwalys delivered interesting characters and wonderful plots until now. Sadly, I found this book to be boring. The heroine, although twenty-two years old was immature and selfish for three-fourths of the book. When she finally developed insight and discernment, I didn't care. There needed to be a plot of more concern than who she would marry in the end. Lots of important things were going on during this time in history. I would rather read more about the family of Jonet and her brother, the butler, as in other books. Ms. Carlyle's previous books were exciting and plot filled. I found this book disappointing. Still, I look forward to her next book. Everyone is entitled to one mistake.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again Ms. Carlyle creates a cast of utterly believable characters.
Shortstride More than 1 year ago
We met Zoe in the Devil You Know a cousin to Freddie. So glad Liz Carlyle wrote her story and it was great.
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Lovedthe characters, good read. Check out the others in the series. Not totally necessary but inteeresting.
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I enjoyed it.
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stacy haight More than 1 year ago
I'm becoming quite frustrated with the fact that even though we were told that these nook books would be half the price if not at least cheaper then the paper/hardcover editions, this is not the case. I've always loved barnes & noble, even eorked there for a few years but at this point I feel i've been lied to. I purchased this book a while ago in paperback and not only was it a dollar cheaper then the nook's price but I could use my B&N membership discount also and we can't even use our discount on here but yet your trying to lure people in to buy the nook with a discount on the membership price? Is it just me or have B&N resorted to tricks and lies to sell this product and I can't believe that the author would want their name attached to these kinds of actions, I suggest you go buy the paper back because if you dont care for it at least you can sell it to a used bookstore.
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Solstice-Ballad1 More than 1 year ago
Mercer, Robin and Zoe were exquisite! Carrying the great charm that Julia Quinn's characters' have in "The Viscount who loved me."
scouty54 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed Carlyle's Wicked All Day. It wasn't what I thought it was going to be. I thought it was going to be more light hearted, but it turned out to have some difficult, tortured hero/heroine moments. Big mistakes by the key characters, not something you see in a Romance book! Even our hero, Lord Mercer had some pretty bad flaws when we first meet him. This actually bothered me a bit. I get that we are to follow the characters as they "grow up" and "live and accept life", but it sure took a while to get there. The beginning of the book was great, the middle not so much, and the end of the book was a great way to end everyone's torture. The middle of the book was not that great because it seemed to go on and on and I was getting to the point where I wanted to slap the heroine myself she was getting so irritating. Nonetheless, I'm glad I read the book, but gee Ms. Carlyle, a little more romance and a little less torture in your next book please!
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