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Sins of a Wicked Duke - Community Reviews back

by Sophie Jordan
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Kate Bond
Kate Bond rated it 5 years ago
This is a fun series. I love romance series that follow a group of friends, each receiving the focus of one book. This series technically comes before Jordan's Forgotten Princesses series, as the characters overlap.
Addicted To Romance
Addicted To Romance rated it 5 years ago
Fallon lost her father when she was a girl and has blamed the family that sent her father to his death ever since. She was sent to a school for girl where she learned much but was abused often with little to eat and where she found her two closest friends. Now she is an adult but life hasn't changed...
CJ the Book Peddler
CJ the Book Peddler rated it 6 years ago
I missed something because this book doesn't deserve a close to 4 ratingThis review has gifs and language not suitable for church ladies.First off the bat there's a lot of victim blaming on the part of the Duke, who is a right jerk, so it's pretty funny (in that not funny way at all) that Fallon and...
Moonlight Madness
Moonlight Madness rated it 6 years ago
3-star. OK.
otakumom
otakumom rated it 6 years ago
I liked the concept of the story and very much liked Fallon. She survived rather harsh conditions and maintained her spirit and resourcefulness as well as common decency. In fact, in contrast to her, Dominic just seemed like a weak willed brat even though he had his own personal demons. Things ge...
D.G. ~Shameless Reader~
D.G. ~Shameless Reader~ rated it 6 years ago
This book was really light on plot. The author tried to make it a bit angsty with a tormented hero and a cross dressing heroine but neither plot was developed properly so we end up with a story full of cliches that it's not satisfying.Both main characters had tough childhoods, her in a terrible scho...
Romancing the Novel
Romancing the Novel rated it 7 years ago
Two people emotionally scarred from their childhoods, Fallon O'Rourke and Dominic Hale, Duke of Damon meet when she is being accosted in the street by her employers inebriated son who has been trying to get her to "play" with him and his friends. Dom passes this scene while in his carriage fondling ...
The Ninja Reader
The Ninja Reader rated it 7 years ago
As I read this book, the following scene came to mind. Indluge me if you will as I describe it. Living room. AUTHOR and BOOK sit by the cozy fire.BOOK (in the most aww voice you can imagine): When I grow up, I want to be Jane Eyre !AUTHOR looks down with the weary exasperation of adults.AUTHOR: Tha...
Romance Books Reviews & Treats
Romance Books Reviews & Treats rated it 7 years ago
The story is about an educated heroine who pretends to be a man in order to find work and keep it. She's been fired numerous time from previous jobs due to being molested by male employers. This time she finds herself working for a libertine hero whom she met before when he was diddling with 2 prost...
Dawn772
Dawn772 rated it 8 years ago
This steamy historical started out pretty good with heroine fighting back against disappointing situations but midway through she lost her backbone and turned submissive. Fallon loses servant job (again) when attacked by owners son so she pretends to be a footman in service of Dominic a pleasure-lov...
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