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An absolute joy of a historical romance set in England's colorful Victorian Era, Too Wicked to Love by longtime fan favorite Debra Mullins tells the enchanting story of a young woman burned by love too many times who loses her heart to a man with dangerous secrets. The second book in an unforgettable series - following Mullins's acclaimed Tempting a Proper Lady - Too Wicked to Love is ideal for fans of Julie Anne Long and Lorraine Heath, and anyone who loves sensuous and emotional love stories.

©2011 Debra Mullins (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Debra
  • 05-12-21

Not as Hot as Three Nights....

My favorite book by Ms. Mullins is Three Nights. I have listened to it repeatedly, I love it so much. This one is written with the same wonderful skill Ms. Mullins uses in her romances, but I was let down by the portrayal (my only complaint, mind you, of Ms. Mules performance) of the Americans as the Beverley Hillbillies! And to the Person who wrote the SOUTH was not accented in 1872 clearly has never studied The Civil War nor read Gone With the Wind. It was an attempt at a Western accent more, I believe, but it was irritating! The story was excellent, as usual, the villain villainous to the extreme, and I LOVED Black Bill! Dare I guess who this enigmatic character truly is??? I think not. I look forward to the next!

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  • Ceal
  • 23-11-21

Dramatic and Touching

Debra Mullins writes with suspense and mystery but you are not left hanging. There is enough romance and sex to satisfy. The narration was nearly spot on.

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  • Donna R
  • 07-12-20

Good story, Bad accent

loved the story, just didn't like the narrator giving the Americans Southern accents when the Colonies where not that Southern yet :)