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Lady Ivy Sinclair can't live without funds much longer, so she vows to land a sensible, serious husband her father will accept. But just when the respectable gentlemen is about to pop the question, another woman snatches away his attentions. Furious, Ivy hatches a plan --- make him jealous by hiring a handsome man to impersonate a marquess --- a marquess who happens to beLady Ivy Sinclair can't live without funds much longer, so she vows to land a sensible, serious husband her father will accept. But just when the respectable gentlemen is about to pop the question, another woman snatches away his attentions. Furious, Ivy hatches a plan --- make him jealous by hiring a handsome man to impersonate a marquess --- a marquess who happens to be madly in love with her.The moment Ivy boldly kisses Dominic Sheridan --- to test his fitness for the task at hand --- she's sure he's perfect for her desperate scheme. What Ivy doesn't know is that the blue-eyed rake isn't acting at all, but intent on stealing her heart while seducing her into committing the most wicked of sins....

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The Most Wicked of Sins Reviews

  • Rane
    2019-04-25 02:57

    When Lady Ivy Sinclair's father orders her to change her ways, marry and quick or face a life destitute, Ivy already has her eye on sensible husband her father would accept. That is until another woman snatches him away. Now Ivy must think up a plan to make her would-be suitor jealous and win him back- hire a actor to impersonate a marques who just happens to love her. When Ivy boldly kisses Dominic Sheridan- he’s blown over by not only her plan for him to act as a peer, but by Ivy herself. And when the plan goes astray, Ivy and Dominic find out they’re not play acting at love anymore... My first impression of this book, I thought it be on the darker side of romance, what it really is a light, fluff read that had me laughing at some of it’s very crazy moments! Ivy and her brothers and sisters have been kicked out of the homeland Scotland by their Father the Duke of Sinclair in order to change their ways as the well-known Seven Deadly Sins, which the siblings embrace their known sins. When a letter comes from The Duke, Ivy has only a little time to change her ways and get married and she knows the perfect man. Lord Tinsdale . Until he gives her the cut-direct and turns his attention to another. Furious, Ivy thinks up a quick plan with her sisters. Hire an actor to impersonate a peer that is madly in love with her, make Tinsdale jealous in order to turn back to her and get him the altar as quickly as possible! And Ivy knows the perfect actor, when she meets him (or get’s slammed in the face by an opening door) Ivy is shocked to see the perfect man in front of her, even goes a far as to steal a mighty kiss from him. When he plans start to fall into place, Ivy is at crossroads, when her plan goes up in smoke as she falls in love with her actor Dominic Sheridan... Dominic Sheridan or as he liked to be called Nick, is visiting his cousin an actor starting out, when he opens the theater door and almost knocks out Lady Ivy Sinclair. He’s even more surprised when she kisses him and then asks him to go along with a plan. Nick doesn’t know what to say when Ivy assumes he’s an actor and asks him to play along an act as a peer, who just happens to be out of town. Nick finds the whole plan amusing, and Ivy like no other woman he’s ever met. Nick agrees, going along with her plan, even going as far to be dress and have dancing lessons. But the more time he spends with Ivy, the more he feels that he can’t be acting when he’s already given his heart away to the fiery Ivy.Ivy and Nick were a great couple, while the sensual level was high, their moments could have been better timed, which makes the moments very funny! Ivy’s sin is Envy, and like her brothers and sisters hold their sin with pride, but Ivy also showed herself to be self-conscious and unsure about herself as she tried to prove herself to her father, she didn’t look around her as she hurt people with her plan to snare Tinsdale, when she falls in love with Nick, she finally learns to stop thinking about herself, but about others, showing an deep kindness, acting like a grown adult woman then a spoiled child. Ivy shows she’s willing to give up her happiness and love when Tinsdale blackmails her when he finds out Nick is an actor. Although Tinsdale gets his, it only showed that Ivy finally grew up when she finally saw she fell in love with Nick and willing to put him first.I “heart” Nick, he was amusing, with a devilish streak in him that could make any woman fall at his feet, but had a huge understanding heart as he saw behind Ivy’s mad plan to the woman she could be. Nick fell in love, and did all in his power to show that Ivy didn’t need pain in the butt Tinsdale, but him, to trust in him and love him. There was a mystery behind whom Nick truly was, but this is pretty much cleared up early on “for the reader” who saw this pretty much a mile away.The interactions between Ivy and Nick were solid gold and would have the reader fanning themselves or laughing out of their chairs... One scene had Ivy and her brother Grant hiring tailors to get Nick new suits, when Ivy doesn’t get the hint to leave so Nick could undress to have his measurements, Nick starts to undress leaving Ivy in a fix... “Ivy gasped as she unintentionally imagined Dominic removing his clothes, The heat in her cheeks doubled in intensity. “I..I ...will leave you to your work, kind sirs” She was stammering like a fool. “I would greatly enjoy a view of the rear. The garden. What I meant was the garden in the rear of the house!”The Sinclair siblings were great, as they wholly supported Ivy in her plan, and even though at times they acted like kids, they truly cared about each other deeply and would do anything for each other. I really liked Grant who saw how much Nick loved Ivy and look forward to his and the rest of the Sinclair clan’s books! Not forgetting the actor cousin of Nick’s, Felix who was a riot and very funny, even when he tried to teach Nick how to waltz which ended in disaster.The humor and the steam level between Nick and Ivy in this book kept it going, even when the ruse of whom Nick was dragged on throughout the book, which brought down my overall score. I felt the ruse was like the elephant in the room, no one was paying attention to, for the reader is was right there, and it was pretty much staring Ivy in the face the whole time, I didn’t understand why it had to be dragged out so long and almost to the very end of the book. Overall: looking for a light and fun read with a great lead couple? The Most Wicked of Sins may be what your looking for, a great, enjoyable read.

  • Katie(babs)
    2019-05-08 19:12

    Lady Ivy Sinclair comes from a large family, full of eccentric siblings. Since all of them have disappointed their father, he has sent them on their way to fend for themselves. Unless they can turn their lives around for the better, he will disown them. Ivy has one month to get her act together or she will be disinherited. In order to get into her father’s good graces again, she must show him that she has matured and is ready for marriage. She sets her eye on Lord Tinsdale, but Tinsdale’s affections seem to have moved onto another. Ivy has no choice but to play dirty and make him jealous. She will invent a gentleman who will compete with Tinsdale! The only place she can find this perfect man is at the Theater Royal.Dominic Sheridan is coming out of the theater where his friend is employed as an actor. As he exits the stage door, he bashes in the head of a beautiful young woman. Ivy is thrilled to have met Dominic, even in this most unusual fashion. She assumes he is an actor and after kissing him, she asks him to join in on the farce by becoming the Marquess of Counterton. Dominic knows that the act Ivy has planned could get him in trouble. If only she knew who he really is. But Dominic finds Lady Ivy to be an appealing sort of woman, so he decides to give this façade a go.Dominic and Ivy’s mock relationship is so well done that everything Ivy has wanted is nearby. She has Tinsdale eating out of the palm of her hand, but Dominic continues to lay his devotion on a bit too thick, to the point that she is not sure if he is acting anymore. Soon Dominic wants the real thing with Ivy and when their lie begins to unravel, Ivy may have no choice but to admit defeat and look to Dominic to save her.The Most Wicked of Sins is the second book in Kathryn Caskie’s Seven Deadly Sins series about the Sinclair siblings who must turn over a new leaf. This is a witty and fun regency tale where two strangers slowly fall in love with one another. The fun is watching Dominic control Ivy, even though she is not aware that it is actually happening.There is a bit of a mystery regarding Dominic’s true identity that may come as a pleasant surprise to the reader. Ivy’s sisters and brothers also bring some funny, lighthearted moments, which add to this tale. The Most Wicked of Sins is a hoot of a read and a lovely romance that will keep a smile on your face until the very last page.

  • Arec Rain
    2019-05-22 01:13

    While there was nothing about this book that made it special and I found the "Seven Deadly Sins" theme cliche, it was a pleasure to read. This is the kind of romance novel that makes you sigh with happiness when you finish the last page, the type of novel that is truly a delight to fans of romance. The couple doesn't argue the entire time. In fact, the only arguing was the female protagonist's, Ivy's, arguing with herself and her emotions. This is quite refreshing among the endless stream of novels where the couples are always butting heads and arguing to the point that I want to rip my hair out.The only problem I had was Ivy's behavior. I have read so many historical novels where the women act as free as the women today. It's irritating. If those women really acted that way, then they would be complete outcasts of society no matter what their status or money. I am also sure that the menfolk would simply not allow such behavior.The male protagonist, Dominic Sheridan, stole my heart away. He was sweet and endearing to Ivy, that it grabbed my heart strings. At first, it was amusing to watch the two's playful banter, and then watch how their behavior changed so subtly when the two began to fall in love. It was cute.I actually liked the light-hearted feel of this novel so much, I rented the other two currently published.

  • Becky
    2019-05-06 01:13

    Ugh. This is one book I just wanted to be OVER. I kept reading it because I'd waited so long for it from the library, and because once I'd committed to it I felt I just needed to finish (that reading goal keeps taunting me with its "You're 6% behind" comments). It wouldn't have been too bad if the main charscters just hadn't acted so stupidly. Honestly. Ivy's plan was inane from the start. Nick had about a million opportunities to tell Ivy the truth (Okay--slight exaggerstion. At least three excellent chances. But it felt like a million, trust me.) The whole "Seven Deadly Sins" thing was all a bit too much--really? Their names just so happen to coincide with their sins? Maybe their parents should have rethought their sytem of nomenclature--buy a baby names book maybe? I started with the second book because it's the only one my library had available digitally. I probably won't be looking for one or three, though. Or four through seven, if it comes to that.

  • ChloeLeeNH
    2019-05-20 00:11

    I thought this was a very entertaining book and chuckled out loud a couple of times. It was quick and fast moving and you could really tell there was an attraction between the h/h... you didn't even need to hear it from all the other characters which you did anyway LOL :)... will keep on with this series...

  • Brooke Springer
    2019-04-24 19:47

    Not interesting so far...I forcing myself to finish it. I've finished...blah

  • Ana
    2019-05-08 18:50

    It seems to be disjointedly written. The beginning was funny but the hook was given up early on. After that, the story seemed to just plod along. Too bad!

  • Olivia
    2019-05-14 01:16

    An enjoyable Regency Romance! The characters were fun to follow, and it was a quick read. A "fluffy, feel-good" read. I do plan to carry on in the series.

  • Amanda
    2019-04-28 23:53

    4 1/2-5 stars. This was my first time reading anything by the author, and it was great! I loved the whole Sinclair family - each sibling being guilty of one of the seven deadly sins. Long story short, they have all been basically cut off from their father, the Duke of Sinclair and the richest man in Scotland. They can only rejoin the family fold if they change their wicked ways. This book was Ivy's turn, and her sin is Envy.I loved her plot to get her father-approved potential husband back, after he stopped courting her in favor of another woman. Even the way she went about everything was not completely unbelievable. Many people try to make former love interests jealous, or use the interest of other people to draw attention. Of course they generally do not hire an actor, but that is what makes it so fun.I really loved that Caskie did not go the obvious dramatic route in order to add some angst to the book. (Read the spoiler if you want to know what I'm talking about - although it's pretty obvious) (view spoiler)[When Dominic finally told Ivy that he really is the Marquess, it could have become a very drawn out problem. The way Caskie handled that seemed more realistic to me. Of course Ivy felt hurt and betrayed, but she had her little freak out, and then calmed down and went to Dominic. I even understood why Dominic did not tell her who he was - he was enjoying himself with the insanity of it all, and wanted to see where it was leading. He never was not going to tell Ivy, and he never really purposefully mislead her.(hide spoiler)]The whole thing added some drama to the story, but did not draw it out for ages like so many other romances do with their "misunderstandings." And I'm quite vocal about my hatred of the ridiculous misunderstandings. They are just too unrealistic for me to get into, and just mean that there is no communication whatsoever between the h/h - which then makes it hard for me to believe in their "true love." Okay - end of rant.The one reason I am leaning more towards a 4 1/2 star rating is that it is never explained why Ivy is so desperate to gain her father's approval. It is acknowledged several times throughout the book, but never really explained. The only thing that I could come up with is that she just does not want to be cut off anymore, but do not think that is it. It was obviously an emotion-driven need, and maybe it was because her mother died when she was so young. For those of you who are sticklers for the cover matching the character's descriptions, this book will not disappoint. They actually got the red hair right! That almost never happens! Plus, the male cover model is perfect for Dominic.All in all, this was a really fun read - and although you know how the book will end, you never know exactly how.

  • Sandy M
    2019-05-09 19:57

    I was intrigued with Ms. Caskie’s series when I got hold of the first book, just liked the idea of it. Seven brothers and sisters allowed to run wild when their mother dies, and after causing such havoc to be named after the Seven Deadly Sins, their father decides to put his foot down: shape up or lose family and all that goes with it. Two books in, the sins have been wickedly represented.Lady Ivy is next in line when her father, the Duke, wields the family axe, warning her if she isn’t betrothed by the time he’s in London next, she will be cast out. Thirty days is all she’s got to make sure her future is safe. That future lies with Lord Tinsdale, a man who is about to propose, she’s positive. But the next thing Ivy knows is her envy is flaring when her almost husband-to-be throws her aside and showers his affection on the newest beauty in town.Her only recourse, according to Ivy, is to make Tinsdale jealous so he’ll return to her and secure her future. Hatching such plan requires just the right man to do the job, thus she hires an actor from the local theater when her sister spies one who should fit the bill. Handsome and doing his profession justice, Ivy is immediately attracted to the pretend Marquess Counterton, but she must keep her eye on the eventual prize.Intrigued by this fiery-haired woman and the game she’s playing, Nick goes along with her ruse to see how far she will take it. After all, posing as one of the nobility is illegal, but it seems the woman is determined to follow her plan through no matter the cost. Halfway through the game, however, Nick begins to play for himself and what he wants with Ivy. He’s sure she feels the same, but she also feels she has to protect him because she doesn’t know the truth that will set them both free to allow them to be together.I’m enjoying this series thus far. It’s fun and the moral of the story isn’t preached at you but you still get the drift of the pitfalls of the most wicked of sins. I like the family dynamic between the brothers and sisters, each knowing their time will come while still being very supportive of the one who’s in the hot seat currently. While the meeting between Ivy and Nick in this book is rather trite, it still works and is an enjoyable read. I look forward to rest of the series.See my complete review at

  • Danielle
    2019-05-05 23:06

    Lady Ivy Sinclair really intrigued me. Her character toed the line of propriety so many times that I found my self doubting that anyone in that time could have acted that way. Kissing in the park!!!! Just grabbing and kissing an "actor" without verifying who he is and whether he would agree to your ridiculous plan. I found it difficult to believe that a maid, albeit a 22 year old woman would be able to act in this manner without any repercussion. However, outside of the scholarly and historical conflicts. I found the character funny due in part to her obliviousness. Dominic Sheridan, was an adorable character. He was a handsomely charming marquess, but also a countrified marquess who does not know how to waltz. Caskie did a great job in describing him and creating the scenes. I can definitely picture Dominic laughing at Lady Ivy and her siblings as they fight over who should have him after Lady Ivy is "finished with him". All in all the book was a good book especially since it gave you a antagonist in the form of an annoyingly chuvanistic Lord Tinsdale. Lord Tinsdale, a lord who has to wear shoulder pads beneath his jacket and the recipient of Lady Ivy's affections, decided to transfer his attentions from Lady Ivy to another because he felt that Lady Ivy was not meek enough for him. However when Lady Ivy appears to be in love with Dominic Sheridan, he renews his quest to claim her as he is convinced he can tame her. What an idiot!!! Rest assured he is dealt with accordingly. Definitely and enjoyable read...especially the waltz scene.

  • Jessica
    2019-05-04 19:48

    **Note: I received a free copy of this book through the firstreads program**Ok, so the premise of this book is little outrageous. Lady Ivy Sinclair hires an actor to play the Marquess of Counterton to win back the attentions of her previous suitor. What she doesn't know, of course, is that the man she's hired is in fact the real Marquess of Counterton.The book jumps right into this plot and all you want to do is shake Ivy and tell her this is A Bad Idea. Bad Idea plots drive me nuts. They're just so frustrating and predictable. Luckily once things get rolling there's less focus on the Bad Idea and more on the couple's antics in Society. There could have been more development with their relationship, but with the plot the author picked that may have delved into something more angst-ridden, which I'm pretty sick of. Keeping this book light-hearted and fun was the right way to go. Definitely an improvement over the first in the series, and I hear the next one is even better. Looking forward to it. 3.5 stars.

  • Jessi
    2019-05-13 20:11

    Lady Ivy Sinclair is in her father's cross-hairs. She and her six siblings are known as the "Seven Deadly Sins," referencing the fact that their father let them run wild after their mother's death. If Ivy can't find an appropriate man to marry, she's going to be cut off. The Sins are used to living well and the thought of going without is untenable. Unfortunately, the perfect man, the man that she's had on her hook, is being dran to another woman. He's no longer circling Ivy. How can she get him back? Jealousy. But how to make him jealous? With another man. The new Marquess of Counterton is not known to the ton, nobody really knows the man. So Ivy decides to hire an actor to impersonate the Marquess and make her more desirable to her ex-beau.Dominic Sheridan bumps into Lady Ivy as she is entering the theater district, trying to find her actor. Of course, I'm sure everyone can guess the kicker at the end of this story, but it's still a fun read.Errors: p. 61 - Lord Counterman instead of Counterton

  • Sarah
    2019-05-08 01:00

    I know I only gave this three stars, but let me say that I really do love this series. I do recognize, however, that she doesn't actually do a very good job of building a relationship between the characters. They go from "hello" to "love you" pretty quickly with not a lot of believable interaction in between. So you have to just go in knowing they will fall in love no matter what is missing. I enjoy her stories for the characters themselves, even the secondaries. They have such amusing quirks, and little traits that make them appear to have more depth. She does have a problem with bringing things up then not addressing them again ever. Emotional outbursts, quick decisions, etc. For example, at one point Nick wants to teach Ivy a lesson about humility but he never mentions that again. Just one line about it then nothing. I guess my suggestion would be to read it with a light eye. In other words, don't look for too much beyond entertaining people.

  • Bry
    2019-04-25 19:54

    What this book suffered from the most was PREDICTABILITY. Yes, its a romance novel. Yes, the couple are going to get together. Yes, they are going to have some kind of issue that tries to prevent them getting together. But it still doesn't have to be predictable! The Wallflower series by Lisa Kleypas proves that. I guess it didn't help that the entire plot is spoiled for you thanks to the family tree printed at the very BEGINNING of the book. Even if it weren't for that though I still figured out the guy's "secret" identity by page 25. I still had 325 pages to go. Hell the lead female didn't figure it out till the last 50 damn pages. That was a lot of time for me to be annoyed that she hadn't figured it out too. Despite all this - I enjoyed that characters for what they were and all their predictable ways and that is why I read the 2nd book in this series and will read the 3rd! LOL. What can I say - these books are total fluff and escapism at its best.

  • Kelley
    2019-04-28 22:56

    I received a free copy of The Most Wicked of Sins from the Goodreads early review program. The Most Wicked of Sins by Kathryn Caskie is a witty and charming read. The two main characters compliment each other nicely. Ivy Sinclair is a hoot. She's clever and her schemes were just hilarious. Nick Sheridan is the perfect gentleman, but he knows how to make Ivy forget the whole point of her slightly silly and definitely underhanded scheme she dragged him into. Good thing one can always atone for their sins.I read this book on the 8 hr. plane ride to Hawaii over winter break and I had the hardest time trying not to giggle at Ivy's antics and reasoning for her scheming. There wasn't much wickedness to the novel if you know what I mean, but the characters and their charade made up for it. I hadn't read the first book and I haven't read the third one that was recently released, but I just might have to now.

  • Lita Bouquard
    2019-04-22 21:15

    hmmm 2nd book in a series that I thought would be spectacular. I still love the premise of 7 siblings- each with a biblical flaw- envy, lust etc. Ivy has been warned by her reformed alcoholic father that she must marry in a month and stop bringing shame to the family name. When the man she has almost brought to task suddenly drops her Ivy plots a convoluted scheme to win him back. She hires an actor to woo away the girl who now has the attention of her intended. Ivy and the actor find themselves attracted and she learns her lesson in the end. Not a horrible book and I will probably read the next but so far book 1 & 2 have left me wanting more- not sure what but The Most Wicked of Sins falls short.

  • Cecilia
    2019-05-01 19:11

    Between the whole Scottish accent thing, and the clobbering-the-reader-over-the-head with the so-meaningful names, and the immaturity of the characters (really? you think the whole imposter thing WON'T have long-term consequences? AND your whole family is going along with it? Are they all developmentally delayed?), it was a hard slog to get about halfway.But then there was the ridiculous scene with the rival being given a sweet tart that has some sort of fishy glaze on it (because the particular stereotype, I mean character, who cooked it is such a terrible cook, har har). And then my heart sighed. Because I just knew. This was supposed to be hee-larious. And it really wasn't. So, I give up.

  • Stefanie
    2019-05-10 19:00

    Ivy wants to please her father by marrying the 'perfect' gentleman, so she'll be able to return home. But the attentions of her gentleman have drifted from her to another woman, so she'll use her own sin (envy) to lure him back to her.The events in this book were all very coincidental, but I didn't mind it at all. This book was just a fun and relaxing read. It sometimes made me laugh out loud because certain things were very comical. It was wonderful to see the love between Ivy and Nick grow and became more mature. I was happy to read that, although there was some confusion and hurt, there wasn't a major drama after Nick's confession.I'll certainly be reading the other books in this series.Read for the 1st time: 22/12/2012Read for the 2nd time: 08/06/2015

  • Mariah
    2019-05-09 21:00

    This book was fun, seriously. How could it not have been with a woman and her family are considered teh seven deadly sins, and she in particular is associated with envy. Her name is Ivy, and she envies a woman named Miss Feeny who steals the show and becomes the belle of the season. The woman stole her man and she plans on getting him back by hiring an actor to impersonate the Marquis of Counterton, a man no one knows but carries enough weight in society to possibly make Miss Feeny and her man jealous. Well Dominic may have come out of a theater, but he is no actor, he's the actual person she wants impersonated. Funny incidents follow, with envious and steamy moments too. Ivy wishes to save the man she's fallen in love with, even if that means marrying the man she tried to snare first.

  • Catherine
    2019-05-09 23:55

    I won this book here on Goodreads and found the time to read it last week. This is the first book from Kathryn Caskie I've read. Ivy - or Envy - as her sin goes... is an interesting character with lots of spunk. If you're a die hard historical lover, you might get irritated with how this heroine acts. A Lady of this time might not do everything Ivy managed, but who knows? Nick is yummy and more than a little amused with the heroine, which works for why he twists his life in knots to stay with Ivy. Overall, I liked the story and would recommend it to those who want a light historical read.

  • Jennifer
    2019-05-22 00:46

    More like 3.5* This book started very slow and because of that I had a hard time getting into it, but after a while it did finally catch my interest. It was about on par with the first one (the first started better, but this one developed the romance better). I am glad that Sterling and Isobel made an appearance, even if it was just a small one. I am still a fan of this series and am looking forward to the next book.

  • Cathiecaffey
    2019-05-18 20:48

    Awesome visiting this family again! I re-read the first book in this series before this one (its not required, but I guarantee if you read this one, you'll want to go back and read the first in the series, TO SIN WITH A STRANGER. This will be a 7 series books of brothers and sisters all cursed with one of the 7 Deadly Sins per their father, from Scotland where they are sent to England to change their behaviors! (Which they don't! Delightful reads!)

  • Courtney
    2019-05-01 02:16

    This book was so much better than the first book in the series. Maybe I feel this way because I fell in love with Dominic Sheridan myself! I thought he was a funny, lovable character and his scenes with Lady Ivy were very cute. I loved the part where Felix tried to teach Dominic how to waltz! I wasn't sure after the first book, but I will now be looking forward to book three in this series.

  • L.D.
    2019-05-19 19:59

    I mostly read Paranormal Romances of the Vampire influence, but was given as a gift, an autographed copy of the above novel. The only way to give this novel a chance to prove itself was to read it with an opened mind. After reading over 100 pages the story took off at a break necking speed. The characters were engaging and the twist and turns made me wonder what was next!!

  • *MariaA*
    2019-05-17 02:48

    A fun,enjoyable read!

  • Nurdan
    2019-05-16 21:08

    hikaye sıradan diyebileceğim yapıda ancak önemli olan süreçtir zaten :) kitapta en beğendim kıskançlıkla ilgili sözlerdi bu arada diğer kardeşlerin hikayesini de çok merak ediyorum yazar en kısa zamanda seriyi tamamlar diye umuyorum

  • İnci
    2019-04-24 23:53

    Çok tatlı bir hikayeydi :) Severek okudum. Karekterlerin hepsini çok sevdim. Evet klişeydi, evet farklı bir konusu yoktu, ama yine de çok güzeldi. Yazarın okuduğum ilk kitabı, diğer kitaplarınıda kesinlikle okuyacağım :))

  • Highland-dreamer
    2019-05-20 02:57

    This book had me interested- I liked Ivy's character and sympathized with her. She was well-matched with Dominick, I thought. Though I did think she hung on to her belief in the Viscount a little too long!

  • Alyn
    2019-05-08 21:08

    For some reason, the copy I read had a lot of typos and it wasn't an ARC. That kind of took away from the reading experience. I enjoyed reading Ivy's story, but it didn't move me enough to give this book more than 3 stars.