Review- Some Like It Wicked by Teresa Medeiros


Title: Some Like It Wicked

Some Like It Wicked

Genre: Historical Romance

Author: Teresa Medeiros

Publisher: Avon, 2008

Source: purchase

Rating: 3

Sexy Rating: 5

Description from amazon.com:

Some like it dangerous . . .

Highland beauty Catriona Kincaid cares nothing for propriety—or even her own safety—when she storms the grounds of Newgate Prison. Determined to return to Scotland and restore her clan’s honor, she seeks the help of Sir Simon Wescott, a disgraced nobleman and notorious rogue. She is prepared to offer him both wealth and freedom, but she never dreams the wicked rake will be bold enough to demand a far more sensual prize.

Some like it seductive . . .

Simon is shocked to discover the tomboy he met long ago has blossomed into a headstrong temptress. Although he’s sworn off his dreams of becoming a hero, he can’t resist playing knight errant to Catriona’s damsel in distress. Both adventure and peril await them at her Highland home, where they will risk their lives to vanquish her enemies . . . and risk their hearts to discover a passion beyond their wildest dreams.

**

One of my first forays into T. Medeiros’ books. It kept me reading and page turning which is always a plus. I felt I had difficulty suspending my disbelief when it came to weather cold enough to snow and yet the heroine, Catriona, survives all night on a rock after falling into a stream. I need to like my heroines so the fact that she was so naive about what her clan might need, made me not appreciate her efforts as much as I might have. I liked the hero, Simon, he was a sympathetic rogue whose actions were understandable and

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4 responses to “Review- Some Like It Wicked by Teresa Medeiros

  1. I read this a few years ago before I started writing reviews. I may need to do a re-read.

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  2. Blog Readers- The final word, that somehow got left off of the post above is “believable”. Sorry ’bout that.

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