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A Week to Be Wicked by Tessa Dare
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Apr 10, 2012

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People can surprise you. Rarely is someone limited to what they present of themselves to strangers or casual acquaintances. When we interact with others in our lives it can take time and trust before we will allow them to see what is lying just below the surface. However, once that social façade is stripped away the revelation of the person beneath can be glorious. In A Week To Be Wicked, author Tessa Dare takes us on this same journey with two characters that we’d never expect to find happiness together.

Colin Sandhurst, Viscount Payne, is a man who has never had to challenge himself. As a member of the peerage from a young age he has lived a life of excess with no one to tell him “No.” The closest he has come to being responsible was his forced impressment in the Spindle Cove militia run by his cousin, the Earl of Rycliff. Up until one year ago his life consisted of a steady stream of gambling, drinking and the other libertine pursuits of London. On the surface Lord Payne was a Rake of the highest order.

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