Your Wicked Ways (Duchess Quartet Series #4)

Your Wicked Ways (Duchess Quartet Series #4)

by Eloisa James
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Your Wicked Ways 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 57 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The main characters lacked principles and I couldn't get to like or even respect them. Helene (the heroine) should have self-respect and not tolerate all the rubbish Rees commits, even to get a baby. I was not convinced Rees redemmed himself to Helene considering that kept many mistrisses and forced Helene to live with his current one. I doubt this book conveys any love since the foundation of love is trust and respect, none of which I could find in this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Though normally I love stories by James this story fell completely flat for me. Helene was a likeable character in the previous novels and I felt she deserved so much more than what James gave her. Not for one second did I enjoy the interractions between Reese and Helene, and their "love" felt forced and awkward because they "had" to stay together because they were all ready married and Helene desperetely wanted a child. Overall this was an extremely disappointing story in which a woman changes everything for a man and he disrespects her at every turn. Don't waste your money.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although my initial desire to read the book came from reading online reviews, such a the ones found on this website, I have to say that I was quite upset after having read this novel. The description on the back of the book (which I assume is its synopsis)is quite misleading. This book may IDEALLY center around Helene Godwin and her mischievous husband, Rees, but in truth, their relationship is given a superficial presentation. This book contains so many different characters and their own stories, that these subplots take the focus away from Helene and Rees. Additionally, Eloise's description of Helene and Rees is...well...lacking. Helene's main goal seems to be to have a child, but I as a reader really didn't get a firm understanding of who Helene actually was. This is doubly true for Rees. The author seems to spend more time discussing the pair's musical talents rather than individual characteristics. All in all, I did not like this novel. I applaud Ms. James for her attempt to present Helene and Rees's relationship as authentic. But I just didn't buy it. Their relationship seems fraudulous and unrealistic, from start to finish. I was very disappointed. If you would like to read very excellently written romance novels, please read any book by Lisa Kleypas.
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Loved it
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afaye More than 1 year ago
A fun read
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Witty fun sexy romantic. My fav ej book. Read other Duchess books first. Save this for last.
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jacobi More than 1 year ago
although rees was a major ass sometimes he really loved helen. this book is original.
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