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One Wicked Night

3.15 of 5 stars 3.15  ·  rating details  ·  40 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Elegant and decadently sensual, Noelle Mack's novel Three was hailed as "erotica at its best." Handsome, virile Lord Edward was a notorious rake even before he met the beautiful, deliciously decadent Lady Fiona in Three. Now in Lord Edward's Story, he's back and ready to give his women all they desire...

The Man Who Loved Women...And The Women Who Loved Him

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Paperback, 304 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Aphrodisia
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Colleen (NerdyWoman) Kayter
One Wicked Night is an unusual book. It is written in the first-person, from the 'hero's' perspective. I use the term hero loosely. There is no happily ever after. It is a collection of erotic vignettes, both real events within the story and works of fiction written by the hero and others.

The book, which is set in Regency London, is presented as his memoirs before, during, and after a torrid affair with another man's wife. The plot threading through the book is as thin as a human hair... He is a
Cyndi Tefft
This book was different from what I expected, and I think that's why I liked it. The book is written from a man's POV, which was an interesting change from what I'm used to. It wasn't a love story, but more like a collection of erotic scenes, so it was best to read in chunks, rather than all at once.

There was one paragraph toward the end of the book where the editors missed a POV change error (it went from first to third and then back again), but other than that, I was impressed with the quality
Marielle Authier
All over the place in no particular order, like ADD on speed, very difficult to follow. Still I wanted to know where it was going, or even if it was going somewhere, so I kept on reading. Sex scenes are Meh! The only good thing that came from it, is that I learn some new slang words in French (I read the French version) though I am not sure it is really positive thing, because honestly I won't use them. LOL
Oh this was horrible. I couldn't get past the first 60 pages. This book went with a few other to the used book store in town. (for me to give up a book, that says a lot, and I feel bad for saying so) I loved Noelle's anthologies, but this? Nope! I gave it a shot and didn't like it, doesn't mean it's not going to be loved by others, just not me. Sorry Noelle, but this wasn't the one for me.
I'm sure this was just not one of her better books......
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