Wicked At Heart

Wicked At Heart

by Danelle Harmon

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BN ID: 2940014621809
Publisher: Danelle Harmon
Publication date: 07/15/2012
Series: Heroes of the Sea , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 65,678
File size: 2 MB

About 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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Wicked at Heart 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
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.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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!
bookworm2bookworm on LibraryThing 10 months ago
As this story opens, our young hero is only fifteen years old and we witness his first sexual encounter with an `older' woman. This, combined with his childhood abuse, will turn him into a man who is in constant state of rage, anger and physical pain.Damon de Wolfe, the sixth Marquess of Morninghall did everything he could to disengage himself from humanity. He embraced and fed his rage keeping it close for so long, that IT was the only thing that kept him going. He treated everyone around him with disdain and contempt and our heroine needed to be one strong female in order to see through all that pain and stand up to IT and him, to save this man's broken heart.Lady Gwyneth Evans Simms is a very likable heroine, but not to our hero. He sees her as an interfering and troublesome woman who he would like nothing more than to physically posses and humiliate. He is in for a rude awakening as this particular woman is not easily manipulated. She is on a mission to help mistreated prisoners who are on his ship. To say that the sparks fly when these two strong-minded people clash, is an understatement!The above blurb adequately summarizes the story and it's not necessary for me to elaborate more on it, however I will tell you of my reasons why I liked the story, and disliked the hero (well, through almost half the story).Ms. Harmon, through her previous four books I've read from her, has proven to me that she's a great story-teller. Through her writing she can engage a range of my emotions and that's a sign of a good author. This story made me angry, smile and cry. And then, at the very end, it left me confused and I felt let down. Our hero and heroine have their well deserved happy ever after and in the end, that's what counts, yet the ending might have been just a tad clearer.Despite it, I really enjoyed this highly emotional story. Its pace was fast and characters interesting, so it kept me engaged all the way through the end. This is not your cookie cutter story and its hero is someone you'll need to have patience with. His journey from deep darkness was worth taking and I was glad to have saw it.Melanie for b2b
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good definately worth reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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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