One Wicked Winter

One Wicked Winter Blackmailed by his sister into giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage Edward Greyston Marquess of Winterbourne is quite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare

  • Title: One Wicked Winter
  • Author: Emma V. Leech
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Blackmailed by his sister into giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage, Edward Greyston, Marquess of Winterbourne, is quite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare Nightmares, however, are something Edward is all too familiar with After the bloody battle of Waterloo, he has returned from the war a changed man, full of rage and guilt.Blackmailed by his sister into giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage, Edward Greyston, Marquess of Winterbourne, is quite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare Nightmares, however, are something Edward is all too familiar with After the bloody battle of Waterloo, he has returned from the war a changed man, full of rage and guilt Suspecting one of his house guests, the bluestocking Belinda Holbrook, is about to trap unsuspecting and gullible Lord Nibley into marriage, he goes to warn him, only to get caught himself Furious but honour bound to do the right thing, Edward finds himself married to a woman he doesn t trust and knows nothing about, and he has no intention of trying to find out Yet Belinda is made of sterner stuff and refuses to be afraid of the angry man she married Somehow she determines to melt icy Lord Winterbourne s frozen heart, and she s prepared to be wicked to do it.

    One thought on “One Wicked Winter”

    1. Another wonderful regency romance from Ms. LeechIn Book 6 of Rogues & Gentlemen not only do we meet delightful new characters but are reacquainted with several old favorites from the previous books. In Edward Greyston the Marquess, whom we met in Book 5, Ms. Leech has constructed a complex, fascinating, and tortured character, perfectly descriptive of what we know today to be PTSD. Having survived Waterloo, Edward believes he should have died with his men and has a lion's share of survivor's [...]

    2. WinterI really enjoyed this book. The series has been wonderful. Belle is compassionate, kind, loving and loyal. She is in a desperate situation. She gets married to Edward who everyone is afraid of since he has returned from war. Belle is determined to make her marriage work. Her unfailing love heals Edward's injured soul.

    3. FantasticI easily give this read, as all the other of Emma's reads a full five stars. I have absolutely nothing to dislike about this read, I find that all Emma's characters are lovable in their own charming way. I can't wait for more. Again like all the other stories of Emma's this will definitely be kept to read again and again.

    4. Loved this bookThe books in this series just get better and better with each one!!! Wonderful, fun characters! The writing is exciting, humorous and sexy.

    5. Once again, a lovely book!It's a lovely distraction for a winter's day. It's well written, has believable characters and there is always a happy ending.

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