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A Week to Be Wicked by Tessa Dare - Romance>Historical OtherUnexpected lovers find themselves together in Spindle Cove with A Week to be Wicked—the second book in Tessa Dare's utterly delectable historical romance series. This Regency Era delight finds a restless British lord desperate to escape the quaint and too quiet small seaside resort he's trapped in...and he gets much more than he expected when he eagerly agrees to escort a beautiful, brilliant, socially awkward lady scientist to Scotland. Concerning Tessa Dare and her irresistible romances, bestselling author Julia Quinn is spot on when she says, "Prepare to fall in love!" And anyone who loves the novels of Lisa Kleypas, Christina Dodd, and Liz Carlyle is going to adore having A Week to be Wicked.
Reader Rating: 4.5 (4 Ratings)
Reader Reviews (3)
Submitted By: ukblk on Jan 22, 2013An unusual historical (Regency) story where the heroine went after what she believed and had the sense of humour and determination to do it. Loved the hero, he was protective and caring (even when he didn't know how much he cared for her) A definite keeper!
Submitted By: marc on Jan 4, 2013This was one of my favorite books of 2012. I have already read it a couple of times. I love Minerva and Payne. Minerva is so book smart and yet socially awkward. This book started my auto buy obsession with Ms. Dare.
Submitted By: leeloo101010 on Oct 26, 2012funny and well written, i had a good giggle reading this and the romance was very sweet, thought maybe the heroin could do with a little more back bone, will read the rest in the series tho. great read, would recommend
A Week to Be WickedBy: Tessa Dare