Wretched Wicked (Preternatural Affairs, #10)

Wretched Wicked (Preternatural Affairs, #10)

by SM Reine

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BN ID: 2940155528142
Publisher: Red Iris Books
Publication date: 11/20/2018
Series: Preternatural Affairs , #10
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 52,404
File size: 665 KB

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Wretched Wicked (Preternatural Affairs, #10) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous 9 months ago
1busyb 10 months ago
This is not your usual Sara Reine novel. This is a romance novel. The romance is not quite what one expects from a romance novel, but it is indeed one. This is the story of how one slightly jaded, very rich man named Fritz found and fell in love with one amazing and seemingly clueless PI, Cesar. It is basically an insight to many novels spread over Cesar's series as told from Fritz's point of view. If you haven't read his books, you will still enjoy this book, but if you have you will quite simply LOVE this book. Because Cesar is the man we all have loved, and we come to find that Fritz Federling was not immune to his charms.
Anonymous 10 months ago
this story has been both a look.to the past, and the future.of both cesar and fritz. in past novels the genious known as sara reine (S.M. Reine) you have heard and read parts of this story. I am always a bit apprehensive when starting a novel that tends to jump around timelines, especially in the case of such a large universe. we have had many a book where lining up the events and characters I'm said universe start to become difficult. just about every novel reine has written is part of.this timeline and universe, yet can still be read as a standalone within its own series. this makes.me very happy as a reader who has read all her works as it makes me feel like I am piecing parts together that a newcomer would not underatand. this is why I firmly believe it is important and very interwating to.read her full.works. you do not.miss out on anything aa they can be read as stand alone but it most definitley adds to each novel. I love cesar as such an ever changing and lovable character. through this entire series you see him grow as a person, andyou see even more growth( you would not think it possible) from Fritz especially co sidering his origins. again I highly.reccommend this book andevery single.novel written by Reine. her character growth does not dissapoint, it makes me feel.triumph in sucb adverse times and struggles these guys go througb. they are able to adjust and I have never before enjoued such an ending in the cesar and fritz novels aa I havethis one. six thumbs up as given by Goro and love for.this author as ahe continues time and again to.both impress and amaze.me as shegoes through hee own trials and tribulations. so much love.for.you sara reine katie
blackcrys 10 months ago
I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review. I liked this novella, it made me love the characters even more. I says to read this book after you read the ones before it. I haven't read all of them yet I am still trying to but it didn't make I difference to me.
NicoleDeann 10 months ago
I received this book as an ARC and promised to leave an honest review after reading it. First, I love SM Reine! She never disappoints her readers in any of her books. Second, Wretched Wicked was a lot of fun to read! I love Ceaser and Fritz! I enjoyed being able to reread their story again, but this time from Fritz's point of view. It gave me a lot of insight to Fritz and why he does the things that he does. This book also let us know the ending to their story. We never knew what happened to them when the void closed in on them when they were aboard the ship and after Genesis. I really enjoyed getting to see their whole story from beginning to end and relive the paths they were on to reach the next adventure in their lives! An awesome read!
Erani_Kole 10 months ago
3.5 for me. It says not to read this unless you've read the prior installments, but I didn't listen, and I'm totally fine with that. If anything, reading this REALLY makes me want to start on the series despite being in the middle of a reading slump. There are a lot of good points made here that, as a new reader to this series, it makes me want to get emotionally invested in these amazing characters. It's a novella, but the whole thing was a little choppy reading-wise. It read more as a bunch of summaries with details that you might not have gotten had you read the previous installments. I'm not completely sure, obviously, since I haven't read the books, yet. If you haven't read the series, I'm actually gonna go against what the book says and read it if you've been on the fence about starting. Of course, don't read it if you're one of those people who hate spoilers because- let's be honest -the whole point of reading this AFTER the installments is to avoid spoilers. But I actually ended up getting encouraged to get started after reading this. I want to know more, I want to dive back into the worlds that keep constantly changing. I NEED to know.
Maisie-D 10 months ago
I was given an ARC of this book for and honest review. Well… I guess I’m going to have to go back and reread all my Cesar Hawke books! Whew! (fanning myself) The ending… Whoa! This novella was a condensed record of Cesar and Fritz’s relationship through Fritz’s viewpoint. From when they met to the end??? (I don’t think so, though) Sara is the best author on quirky relationships. And that’s what Cesar and Fritz have, at least in my eyes. But they live in an alternate world that we do. What I wouldn’t give to just visit for a day! Cesar works for Preternatural Affairs as a witch who hunts bad preternatural creatures and Fritz is his boss, and his kopis to Cesar’s aspis. Which is a relationship more than any other relationships, including marriage. All Sara’s books are a must read. And reread over and over again. Which I do regularly. So I advise you to read her books, you won’t regret it!