Wicked Bad (Wicked 3 #2)
It's a bumpy ride to dirtily ever after . . .
Wicked , Book 2
Harrison Jennera Abbot was born with a silver broomstick in her hand. Heiress to a Magian dynasty. Good witch extraordinaire. She's sick of it. She longs to be human, normal like her friend Callie. Or, uh, as normal as Callie ever gets.
She thought running away would be an adventure, but three months playing huma...more
They were her Triune. Shit.
I liked it much more than the first book of the series.
Harrison’s character is nicely drawn: her kindness, her weariness from family pressure and the expectations of the magical community, her fears and insecurities in her magic, and her strength to stand up for herself.
Jacob and Ric already function as a duet before they met, furthermore they strongly disagree with Jacob’s mother’s ambitious plan, namely to bond with that “snooty fucking royal bitch”, Harrison. Lots...more
OK I was actually surprised that i enjoyed this little ditty. I absolutely loved the main character. She was feisty, misunderstood and fought to claim her own future.
This story really needed to be a full length novel. The relationship that Harrison(female) had with Ric and Jacob was not fully formed. I really enjoyed reading about her denial of their triad and was looking forward to the seduction and falling in love portion of the story. But really...there was none.
I actually really dis...more
First off the bat, I will tell you that Ms. RG picked up...more
She sneaks out of the 'match em up ball' and stumbles on some manly love happening in the stairwell.
So, they simultaneously fall in love with each other as they hate each other vehemently.
Whereupon there's awkward family drama and hate:
And we are left really, really confused.
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What’s a powerful Magian to do when she finally meets her mates only to realize they don’t want her? Blow them up or run away? Personally, I would have lit them up but thankfully our heroine, Harrison Abbott, makes the smarter choice to run away. Lucky for her, Jacob and Ric love a good chase. The fun really begins when they catch her!
In just sixty-six pages and you learn who the Abbotts’ are, where Jacob’s family came from a...more
This was an ok menage story. I liked that R. G. Alexander picked up right where we left off in Wicked Sexy . This is a tale of one woman who just wanted to lose herself for a while. To not answer to anyone. To clear the air of thoughts, to clear the air of what is to be and what is not. But the scene she stumbled into that fateful night at the Triune has followed her!
Thou I enjoyed this story I was not feeling the connection/love relationship in Wicked Bad as I did in Wicke...more
The characters are well developed and their personalities are hard to miss. The easy banter between Ric and Jacob is very enjoyable. What makes this my favourite installment in this series so far is the sexual relationship between the two male units of the triad. I like my guy-on-guy sex scenes as much as I love my heterosexual sex scenes.
Lol, I hav...more
I thought Harrison and her boys seemed to resolve all issues almost immediately along with the plot of who was trying to harm her.
I did enjoy the dominating scenes, though they were few.
All-n-all, I did enjoy the story and look forward to continuing with the series.
There's also a poor little witch that wants to be human. Remember, the grass is always greener!
She has lived all over the United...more