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His Wicked Ways

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Where Nicholas Cain goes, there also is Darcy St. James. One is rarely seen without the other, but the bond between them is as competitive as it is unbreakable. Regardless, when Moreland challenges them to prove which of them truly holds the title of England's greatest lover neither of them has any interest in the wager until they learn that the object of the bet is none ...more
Published September 2004 by New Concepts Publishing (first published 2004)
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Absolutely hilarious and not what I expected. If anything, it was much better than I expected.

I must warn everyone that this is a menage scenario, which the title ignores but there is the front cover. I kinda like it actually. Anyway, Bronte is our heroine who married Isaac who dies before the story begins. He was one of her three playmates, the other two being Darcy and Nick. These two men are actually both rivals and best friends. Both shared an affection for Bronte, though their quest for Br
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Darcy St. James and Nicholas Cain were touted as two of England’s greatest lovers, but there could only be one winner in the bet to prove which was the true champion. Their friend named the lady who would decide the wager–Bronte, a girl they had known all their lives who may have reason to hate them both. Still, the two threw their hats into the ring to see who would be the first to gain the favor of Bronte.

Bronte had followed both Darcy and James throughout her youth before
I loved the pacing of the story - fast enough to hold and keep my interest, but slow enough so I didn't get lost. If I had to guess, I think the story was 80% dialogue, and I really enjoyed that because too much description bogs down a story with unnecessary details. I liked the book because of the clever, amusing dialogue shared by the two heroes. I didn't dislike any part of the book, but I did get bored during the sex scenes... which is saying something because usually in historical romances, ...more
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I loved this book! It was filled with great humor, loads of sexual tension, then hot sex, then menage hot sex, then tenderness hot sex, then ship menage hot sex. What more could a good English girl like Bronte want? Except to be bad! All you historical romance readers take heart or should I say take Darcy (such a sweet rogue) & Nicholas (silent sexy rakehell). They are yummy boys! I'm in love!
Love triangle with a happy ending. Lucky Bronte!

Also, if I read this ten years ago, I would have shelved it under "hot hot hot". Alas, this is a rather tame erotic romance in today's standard.
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Jaide Fox has always had a passion for fantasy and the paranormal, having discovered both at a young age and devouring every book she could get her hands on, watching every movie that even hinted at her interests. It wasn't until she was in high school that her mother introduced her to romance--and she was hopelessly hooked.

Eroticism has never really been a part of fantasy, nor romance, and Jaide
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“Has she glanced you way yet?"
Twice," Nick said on a note of satisfaction.
Nick glanced at him. "She's not completely disinterested."
I see Moreland. That makes it an even half dozen hanging out for a rich wife. Four looking for their second. Rossman, the old satyr, certainly isn't likely to be much competition. What in the hell does he think he's doing anyway? He must be sixty."
Basking, I should think. She hasn't given him the cold shoulder yet," Nick responded coolly.”
“(Darcy) "Why do you suppose she decided to come back…after all this time, I mean?"
(Nick) "The barmaid?"
"If I were to hazard a guess, I would suppose her mother finally convinced her she was on her deathbed."
"I suppose, but since she's been on her deathbed for the past ten years that I know of. I'm thinking Bronte probably wouldn't fall for it."
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