Wicked Nights With a Lover PDF à With a PDF/EPUB

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Wicked Nights With a Lover [Epub] ➝ Wicked Nights With a Lover Author Sophie Jordan – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk What should a proper lady do when she believes her days are numbered Step One Take a LoverAfter being told she will not survive beyond the year's end prim and lovely Marguerite Laurent intends to live What should a With a PDF/EPUB ä proper lady do when she believes her days are numbered Step One Take a LoverAfter being told she will not survive beyond the year's end prim and lovely Marguerite Wicked Nights Epub / Laurent intends to live what remains of her life to the very fullest Though she may never know love she will know passion—and she agrees to a whirlwind romance with a former admirer Nights With a ePUB ✓ But hours before embarking upon her grand adventure Marguerite is abducted—by an unscrupulous rogue who boldly announces his intentions to bed and wed her before the week is out Step Two Live With No RegretsAsh Courtland pulled himself up from the gutter to become a successful man of business and now he wants revenge on his one time partner for betraying him Still his enemy's bewitching daughter is most certainly not about to surrender her innocence to the infuriating—if shockingly attractive—cad who took her captive Yet with no than a touch Ash makes her tremble with desireand resisting the heat of his passion could cost Marguerite her last best chance for ecstasy.

10 thoughts on “Wicked Nights With a Lover

  1. Sarah MacLean Sarah MacLean says:

    Sophie Jordan just gets better and better Seriously

  2. Heather Heather says:

    I have to say that I haven’t read any other Sophie Jordan books in this series but the hints of two other character’s HEA make me want to rush the shelves and find them Marguerite and Ash had such wonderful chemistry that I felt antsy waiting for the two of them to realize what they meant to each other Marguerite is determined to see the world and not be bound by propriety; Ash doesn’t want her proper he just wants her married To him What’s uniue is that Ash doesn’t try to finesse her and seduce her with sweet nothings He tells her how it is and then seduces her anyways But what he doesn’t realize is that she’s not the only one being seduced Marguerite has no false assumptions about either her father or Ash and I liked that she was so refreshing and lacking naiveté They are two people surrounded by people and have never felt so alone They find peace with each other not just passion And their relationship gives Marguerite a greater appreciation for the other relationships she has with her best friends and with her newfound family The uestion remains whether Ash might realize that revenge is a cold bedfellow when he has the opportunity for a lifetime of happiness and wickedness

  3. Georgie-who-is-Sarah-Drew Georgie-who-is-Sarah-Drew says:

    Fast paced story and written with Jordan's usual flare but the weak plot and patchy characterisation meant this missed the mark for me I'm always interested in Fate vs Free Will stories and for a time there was a nice thing shaping up there with a mysterious fortune teller foreseeing the heroine's Death in the Lea Teaves but only after a sexually satisfying marriage But Margaret's reactions dithered too inconsistently between I shall let this handsome man marry me as it is clearly my Karma Karma Karma Chameleon and If I flee into the freezing dark night miles from anywhere with no money I shall clearly escape my Destiny Have I used the words vacillating nit wit in this review yet? Under the circumstances it's difficult for even a well adjusted hero not to lose it occasionally and unfortunately Ash came across as a self interested bully too much of the time And a rather silly one as well forcing a rich man's daughter into a Gretna Green marriage does not automatically ensure that said rich man will beueath the kidnapper a substantial cash sum or even a used pocket handkerchiefHappy to be signposted to better Sophie Jordans if anyone's got suggestions

  4. Meredith Meredith says:

    I don't know if I've read any of her stuff before but this was not a good beginning It felt like Jordan was trying to combine the tropes of two other great romances into her own version of the story Sadly it came out feeling shallow and flat and kind of boringIf you've read this novel you probably noticed the clear similarity between the hero and the hero of Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas which is a fantastic novel about a man running a gaming hell in London And you may have also noticed the similarity between the heroine of this novel and Christina Dodd's Lost in My Arms which is also a great novel in which the heroine is a sick nurse to the elderly and dying Admittedly these characters aren't the sole property of Kleypas and Dodd but their treatment of these types is done betterThe whole book felt so rushed I didn't understand why the hero fell in love with the heroine or even if he had any idea what she did for a living before they met The psychic plotline felt forced; reading the back of the novel I thought perhaps the heroine had been diagnosed with a fatal disease which was what prompted me to read the book disappointing to find out it was just a psychic's insight that had the heroine thinking she was going to die You have two interesting people and then everything that happens is outside of their interesting lives They're on the road for part of the novel and I don't think she ever set foot inside the gambling hell Other than the initial introduction to their occupations they could be any hero and heroine in any novel Anonymous characters I finished this but admit to skimming some of it Don't waste your time

  5. Lover of Romance Lover of Romance says:

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceSophie Jordan is one of those authors I just adore reading each and every time I grab her up and I have been working slowly on her backlist and when I saw this book at my local library I just knew that I needed to grab this one up I was so intrigued by this one and I just couldn't wait to jump into it and before I knew it I had read this book in just a couple of hoursCRAZY I just love that these backlisted books of Jordan I can get into so uickly and become immersedMarguerite Laurent has been told by a seer that she has less than a year to live That she will be killed in a tragic accident And so Marguerite decides that she wants to really LIVE her life Her first plan is to find a lover and she finds one and right before she is ready to leave her birth father wants to see her He has had no interest in her life up until now and she doesn't trust him at all But she does want to meet her two sisters And then she finds herself kidnapped by her father's business partner who wants revenge against her father who cheated him and wants her to marry himMarguerite wonders if Ash is the man the seer spoke aboutthe man she would share passionate night with and  a marriage before she is killed At first she doesn't know what to make of his kidnapping her She is furious of course but she understands his motives since she isn't endeared to her father who only wanted to use her to further his own gains She is attracted to Ash but fights the fact that she will be dead in less than a year but she agrees to marry him Knowing he could be a great lover to her if his kisses mean anythingI really liked this story I won't say that I loved itI found Marguerite to be a bit bi polar at times I almost felt like I was receiving whip lash because she would say yes to Ash's proposal and then run away and she did this multiple of times and I never really understand her actions Ash is your typical bad boy rake of Regency England but you know I LOVED his character He was such a hootdoesn't apologize for anything hard worker built up his empire practically out of nothing and you have to admire his tenacityThe romance was sweet and sexy and I was cheering for these two from beginning to end I just adored their chemistry which is powerful and so well written that you feel so immersed in the intensity I wouldn't say the bedroom scenes are HOT but they are written in such a way that are beyond steamy simply love the way that Sophie Jordan writes her historical'ssimply pure smexy fun to delight infoogallery id52110

  6. Book Minx Book Minx says:

    This is bullshit and Ms Jordan should know better I'm angry after reading this and most vehemently recommend against anyone else picking it up Everything is in extremes apparently the only options for our heroine are the hands wringing passionless Viscount Roger or the vicious hypocritical brute of a working man Ash Ash who abducts her to force her to marry him except he's sure he won't have to cuz he's such a catch and so great with the ladies He who has never and would never harm a woman apart from this one of course He does right by her on the journey to elopement which is insulting and claims he'll let her go if she doesn't want him as long as she truly gives his proposal some thought She says no over and over and over again but clearly she hadn't really thought it through yet so this paragon of virtuous conduct toward women ignores her protests over the three days until she manages to escape and even THAT isn't reason enough for him When he hauls her in front of the reverend he says to himself He should simply make the choice for her he should just marry the blasted female who didn't seem to know her own mind and be done with it Swoon am I right? It continues and yet he couldn't He'd spent too much of his life lacking choices Um So it's great that he's finally managed to rustle up a conscience but are we truly meant to buy this bs? Then there's Marguerite The reader is given no insight into her sudden inexplicable and unexplained acuiescence other than her core warms at his hot bod and sexy voice which considering that she is supposed to be fearing for her life is a stretch to say the least I get that she's uncertain and dithers she's got no reason to trust that he'll really let her go and plenty of evidence to the contrary but she waits until he finally seems to accept her refusal and flip flops with no warning no tensedeep internal reflection just ok let's do it Plus wtf is up with her 'break my heart by sending me away and I'll blow you and your mind' scene?Ash is a violent man beating people into pulps than once I think we're supposed to be thrilled for her that she's snagged such a passionate dude and despite his repeated statements about how he'd never harm a woman he seems to do it pretty freuently throwing her roughly into the carriage after beating up Roger dragging her by her wrists so roughly she's worried about how bad the bruises will be fucking her as hard and rough as he can even after he tells himself to be gentle because she makes him so crazy he just can't help himself etc His brutality is her fault cuz she brings the beast out RiiiiiightUnacceptable

  7. ♥ℳelody ♥ℳelody says:

    And here I thought I may give Marguerite's book a shot after reading Book 2 In Scandal They Wed Only to realize this was a DNF fail from way back when where I couldn't get passed page 10 Oops

  8. Lubnaa (Romance Library) Lubnaa (Romance Library) says:

    I really should not pay so much attention to reviews I fully expected to hate this book based on the negative reviews but I actually had a fun time reading it The story isn't meaty; there isn't much happening There isn't really a plot because the story is very much character focused We don't see the details surrounding either Ash's job nor Marguerite's We only really get a glimpse of it so of Marguerite's job And I was okay with that because I was wholly engaged with Marguerite and her decision to live her life to the fullest after her encounters with Madame Foster I was engaged with the couple and I got butterflies everytime they were together because the tension was so palpable This book is different from the first two as there's a light supernatural element to it which made the story refreshing It's obviously not for everyone but I thought it was an interesting take on fatality I loved that the hero and heroine were literally tied together by fateThe epilogue briefly mentioned that Marguerite helps Ash out with the business The story would have definitely been meatier and developed if the author had further explored this angle rather than just briefly mentioning it in the epilogue That being said I'm glad that author introduced Marguerite's sisters They were not just cardboard characters They were essential to the plot to some extent Also Grier is a ueen ♕ and I can't wait to read the Forgotten Princesses series She obviously has some beef with a Prince This should be interesting

  9. Ellyce Ellyce says:

    These books are so ridiculous mostly due to the fact that every single male hero is the exact same in each of Jordan's books He's your typical alphahole who seems to think that lust twu luff and is pretty much set on mauling the heroine even if she protests But lo Once his scrumpalicious lips find hers the heroine seems to forget all of her misgivings EVEN IF SHE'S SAYING NO OUT LOUD and realize that the hero jumping on her is what she's wanted all along and truly been missing from life There's such a creepy tone to this that I don't even know if I want to get into discussing but yeah The dosage of it was extra terrible in this book as all they seemed to be able to do was stare at each other and get consumed with lust How lovely let's not think about a gradual build up or emotions shall we?

  10. a & e a & e says:

    man i'm seriously finding some goood historical reads huh? LOVED IT

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