Any Wicked Thing

Any Wicked Thing A scorching debut novel of erotic historical romance set against the backdrop of Regency England Ten years ago Sebastian Goddard heir to the duke of Roxbury had a night of reckless passion and was b

  • Title: Any Wicked Thing
  • Author: Margaret Rowe
  • ISBN: 9780425238646
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
  • A scorching debut novel of erotic historical romance set against the backdrop of Regency England Ten years ago Sebastian Goddard, heir to the duke of Roxbury, had a night of reckless passion and was betrayed by his oldest friend Fredericka Wells Devastated, he embarked on a new life of debauchery that earned him the nickname Lord of Sin Now Sebastian has returned toA scorching debut novel of erotic historical romance set against the backdrop of Regency England Ten years ago Sebastian Goddard, heir to the duke of Roxbury, had a night of reckless passion and was betrayed by his oldest friend Fredericka Wells Devastated, he embarked on a new life of debauchery that earned him the nickname Lord of Sin Now Sebastian has returned to find his estate in ruins, and Freddie seductive than ever He s determined to pay her back in spades But Freddie makes him an offere ll be his mistress for a month if he ll consent to sell her Goddard Castle Sebastian plans to scandalize Freddie to tease her every desire and leave her wanting But his fiery willed lover soon teaches him the past may not be what it seemed.

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    1. Betty

      I found this to be a hard to put down book. I liked the characterization and the plot was fun. There was plenty of hot sex with the tortured alpha hero, Sebastian Goddard, the Duke of Roxbury (alisa the God of Sin) being very dominant and a bit kinky. His oldest friend, Frederica Wells, or "Freddie" is the focus of his attention. Margaret Rowe tells a good story with some surprises and a few twists and turns with the plot. All in all a very good read.

    2. BRNTerri

      PUBLISHING INFO: Berkley, May 2011 LOCATION: England, 1818HEROINE: Fredericka Wells, 28HERO: Sebastian Goddard, 31VIRGIN HEROINE? Yes GRADE: BThis is another spicy historical. I liked that the hero and heroine grew up together, though as adults didn’t seem to get along too well. The hero was once imprisoned for eight months and had developed an opium addiction and, fortunately for him, overcame it. He wasn’t the nicest hero. He was always a bit rude toward the heroine and I didn’t feel any [...]

    3. Debbie

      1 1/2 starsI really did not like the hero in this book. Sebastian was a selfish idiot throughout almost the entire story, even towards the end when he finally gets over himself and reveals his "deep, dark secret" to Freddie. Freddie deserves whatever she gets throughout the story. I would have dumped the hero on his backside and left him there where he deserved. I guess you can tell that I never really connected with either character. There really wasn't any real chemistry between the hero and h [...]

    4. Lindy

      Reviewed for TwoLips Reviews. 3 kisses, 2 peppers (m/f, anal sex, bondage)Sebastian Goddard is a typical neglected child of aristocracy. Frederica Wells is the daughter of his father’s secretary. While high on opium, he unknowingly compromises her. Of course, they’re caught in the act and his father says she’s not suitable to be the wife of a future duke. She says she didn’t intend to trap him, and won’t take money from his father. She just wanted to make him see her differently but he [...]

    5. Mina

      The hero is dealing with some major trauma which I was not expecting from the breezy back blurb, and thus his coping methods - and the way they shape and torque the relationship between him and the heroine - took me aback. I find it hard to reconcile the implications of the hero's experience - hinted at in his conversation with his friends, and clearly shown in his behaviour - with the presentation of this story as escapist entertainment. Some of what happens in this book is conventionally eroti [...]

    6. Liewen

      Mixed feelings, mixed feelings, mixed feelings all the wayReading the blurb, I was more or less expecting the usual (and a bit dull) historical erotica romance. But I was really curious because I quite like Maggie Robinson's books and I wanted to read this one. There are things that really, really bothered me, such as one rather dubcon scene. Even if in retrospect the heroing enjoys it, upon reading it, I was just NO. I think I'm quite broad-minded and all, but I have a problem with dubcon, even [...]

    7. Bookaholics

      Any Wicked Thing by Margaret RoweHistorical Romance -March 1st, 20113 1/2 starsAny Wicked Thing is a light and amusing regency that packs a lot of heat.Sebastian Goddard, the heir to the Duke of Roxbury. But although he has many advantages, his family life is miserable. His relationship with his father has been strained. But his childhood friend Frederica Wells has always loved him. One night when both are ‘under the influence’ they share a sexual dalliance and Sebastian runs away from home [...]

    8. Michelle

      Margaret Rowe writes a very enjoyable historical erotic romance. This book, Any Wicked Thing, is not tied to her previous novel, Tempting Eden, in any way but if you enjoyed her writing before you’ll love this book just as much. Sebastian Goddard is like many young heirs to a title with no responsibilities, he finds all the enjoyment he can in life with little thought to the consequences. Fredericka (Freddie) is the daughter of Duke’s secretary. She was also Sebastian’s playmate when they [...]

    9. Lauren

      Any Wicked Thing2 StarsAfter sharing an awkward sexual encounter with his childhood friend, Frederica Wells, Sebastian Goddard escapes to distant lands and only returns after his estranged father dies and he becomes the Duke of Roxbury. In order to settle the debts left by his father, Sebastian is intent on selling Freddie’s home, the crumbling Goddard Castle, but she is determined to buy it herself and will do anything to convince Sebastian - even becoming his mistress. The romance and tortur [...]

    10. Gigi Morgan

      I truly enjoyed this book. I like reading historicals, but they usually they don't do much in the bedroom department. This book did not have that problem at all and it was quite fun. The plot was interesting, the writing was good, and while sexy-time historicals, especially the sexually deviant kind, can be really hard to pull off, I think she did it in this book. It was a great escape and only four stars because my quest for a one-hand read sadly continues

    11. Michele

      This wasn't the worst book I'd ever read, but I was hugely disappointed. The plot was interesting, but if they took the sex out of the book, it would be less than 10 pages. It's the Regency version of "50 Shades of Gray", but with even more sex. Some sex is to normal, but really, that's all this book was about with a little Regency setting thrown in. I would not buy another book by this author.

    12. Shera

      I loved this book. The story drew me in from the beginning. Experincing with the main heroine as the relationship developed was great. Everything as new and as shocking as through the eyes of her made it a great read, kept you rivted to the pages, and waiting to find out what will happen next!

    13. Pamela

      Thought the hero, Sebastian, was rather selfish and mean to Freddie. I did like Freddie very much and Sebastian's friend, Cam. The end of the book definitely made the story better. Had almost given up on finishing this one.

    14. Marq(ReadingRomanceinColor)

      DNF for me. Halfway through the book and I still have no interest in the hero and heroine. Or the plot. The book has potential. Interesting premise. Maybe if the hero wasn't such an ass and the heroine wasn't so boring, I would have been able to finish the book.

    15. catherine james

      Unless Cam Ryder is the hero of Ms. Rowe's next novel, I think I'll stick with her Maggie Robinson books.

    16. Barbara

      Very good book!!!!! Loved the story. Always appreciate the friends/lovers coming back to each other.

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