Wicked Nights With a Lover

Wicked Nights With a Lover What should a proper lady do when she believes her days are numbered Step One Take a Lover After being told she will not survive beyond the year s end prim and lovely Marguerite Laurent intends to li

  • Title: Wicked Nights With a Lover
  • Author: Sophie Jordan
  • ISBN: 9780061579233
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • What should a proper lady do when she believes her days are numbered Step One Take a Lover.After being told she will not survive beyond the year s end, prim and lovely Marguerite Laurent intends to live what remains of her life to the very fullest Though she may never know love, she will know passion and she agrees to a whirlwind romance with a former admirer But hoursWhat should a proper lady do when she believes her days are numbered Step One Take a Lover.After being told she will not survive beyond the year s end, prim and lovely Marguerite Laurent intends to live what remains of her life to the very fullest Though she may never know love, she will know passion and she agrees to a whirlwind romance with a former admirer But hours before embarking upon her grand adventure, Marguerite is abducted by an unscrupulous rogue who boldly announces his intentions to bed and wed her before the week is out Step Two Live With No Regrets.Ash Courtland pulled himself up from the gutter to become a successful man of business, and now he wants revenge on his one time partner for betraying him Still, his enemy s bewitching daughter is most certainly not about to surrender her innocence to the infuriating if shockingly attractive cad who took her captive Yet with no than a touch, Ash makes her tremble with desired resisting the heat of his passion could cost Marguerite her last, best chance for ecstasy.
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    • Sarah MacLean says:

      Sophie Jordan just gets better and better. Seriously.

    • Heather says:

      I have to say that I haven’t read any other Sophie Jordan books in this series, but the hints of two other character’s HEA make me want to rush the shelves and find them. Marguerite and Ash had such wonderful chemistry that I felt antsy waiting for the two of them to realize what they meant to each other. Marguerite is determined to see the world and not be bound by propriety; Ash doesn’t want her proper, he just wants her married. To him. What’s unique is that Ash doesn’t try to fines [...]

    • Georgie says:

      Fast-paced story, and written with Jordan's usual flare, but the weak plot and patchy characterisation meant this missed the mark for me. I'm always interested in Fate vs Free Will stories, and for a time there was a nice thing shaping up there - with a mysterious fortune teller foreseeing the heroine's Death in the Lea Teaves (but only after a sexually satisfying marriage). But Margaret's reactions dithered too inconsistently between "I shall let this handsome man marry me, as it is clearly my [...]

    • Meredith says:

      I don't know if I've read any of her stuff before but this was not a good beginning. It felt like Jordan was trying to combine the tropes of two other great romances into her own version of the story. Sadly, it came out feeling shallow and flat, and kind of boring.If you've read this novel you probably noticed the clear similarity between the hero and the hero of Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas, which is a fantastic novel about a man running a gaming hell in London. And you may have also noticed [...]

    • ♥ℳelody says:

      And here I thought I may give Marguerite's book a shot after reading Book 2 In Scandal They Wed. Only to realize this was a DNF fail from way back when where I couldn't get passed page 10. Oops.

    • Desi says:

      leído en Dic 2013Me encantó esta historia!!Argumento:¿Qué debe hacer una dama cuando cree que sus días están contados?Paso uno: Buscarse un amanteDespués de que le dijeran que no sobreviviría más allá del fin de año, la recatada y encantadora Marguerite Laurent toma la decisión de vivir al máximo lo que queda de su vida. Aunque puede que nunca conozca el amor, está decidida a conocer la pasión… y accede a mantener un breve romance con un antiguo admirador. Pero horas antes de em [...]

    • a & says:

      man i'm seriously finding some goood historical reads huh? LOVED IT!

    • BookMinx says:

      This is bullshit and Ms. Jordan should know better. I'm angry after reading this and most vehemently recommend against anyone else picking it up. Everything is in extremes - apparently the only options for our heroine are the hands-wringing passionless Viscount Roger or the vicious hypocritical brute of a working man Ash. Ash - who abducts her to force her to marry him, except he's sure he won't have to cuz he's such a catch and so great with the ladies. He who has never and would never harm a w [...]

    • Zoe says:

      Disclaimer: the book does not deserve 4 stars. However, I am giving it 4 stars for the chemistry. Sophie Jordan seems to be good at creating lead characters that have strong pulls between them. I liked the characters well enough, while male lead signifincalt outshines the female lead. It reminds me of seven nights in a rogue's bed, where great sex presides over romance. You know they want each other, but you don't know why. And for that, the book gets 3 stars for character development. I flipped [...]

    • Tonileg says:

      This was the most fantastical of the this three book series!Historical English romance about a lonely almost orphaned bastard daughter who has two wonderful friends (see Sins of a Wicked Duke and In Scandal They Wed) but are happily married so too busy to see their last single childhood best friend. Marguerite Laurens is a small but cute sick nurse that has been lucky with constant work and two great friends that help her survive a sickly awful childhood, but why would she believe that crazy for [...]

    • Jessi says:

      Marguerite Laurent grew up without a father. Well, he existed, he just wasn't very present. When her mother died, he shipped Marguerite off to school, and not a great school at that. But now she's been summoned to his presence. She's not really anxious to go, but she's recently been informed by a fortuneteller that she's going to die before the year is out. Not that she believes charlatans like that, but the rest of the woman's predictions have eerily come true. So Marguerite takes her life into [...]

    • Becca says:

      I could not finish this and stopped somewhere around page 220. I love Sophie Jordan's writing style because it is easy to read, but still gripping. She tells a good story. However, in this case, there just wasn't enough to go on. Both characters weren't likable. Marguerite acted TSTL on numerous occasions (there is an irony to my statement if you read the book since a seer tells her she is going to die) and the hero, Ash, is an overbearing ass most of the time. The two are constantly fighting af [...]

    • Ellyce says:

      These books are so ridiculous, mostly due to the fact that every single male hero is the exact same in each of Jordan's books. He's your typical alphahole who seems to think that lust = ~twu luff, and is pretty much set on mauling the heroine even if she protests. But lo! Once his scrumpalicious lips find hers, the heroine seems to forget all of her misgivings, EVEN IF SHE'S SAYING NO OUT LOUD, and realize that the hero jumping on her is what she's wanted all along and truly been missing from li [...]

    • Sarah says:

      I really enjoyed this one. I didn't realize that there were some before this one so I'll have to get those. And I'm hoping Grier and the other sister get their own books, too. I would love to see Grier with some stuffy duke or prince. The back and forth relationship got a little tiresome but with no other obstacles they had to have something to overcome. Overall, a very good book. And it's about time the author let the bad guy have it at the end!! Woo hoo, no redemption in site :)

    • Scoyphenson says:

      Insta-love. Dominant man. Blah blah blah.

    • Cozen says:

      Still not as good as the first book in the series, "Sins of a Wicked Duke." Still, she can write a book.

    • Claudine says:

      Quite possibly my favorite Sophie Jordan book so far.

    • Viri says:

      Me encantó, solo el final fue algo fantástico y esas cosas hahaha pero estuvo bueno.

    • Janey says:

      It was fine. Nothing bad, nothing good. I felt like the book lingered a lot in some parts that werent needed. It felt like the author was planning a longer book and halfway through decided they couldn't do it anymore and tried to wrap it up. I love sex scenes, but some of the ones in this book seemed unneeded like the scene when she was leaving, it took away from the moment. I did like the plot tho.

    • Andrea says:

      Wonderful!

    • Lola says:

      Gets a little redundant with the internal turmoil but a good story

    • Rachel says:

      I like Sophie Jordan enough to read a book with this title, so there's that. Overall, Marguerite's indecision got to be way too much for me.

    • Megan says:

      PLOT SUMMARY: Marguerite - hitherto referred to M b/c Marguerite is too fucking long - is a nurse that only tends to dying patients. Lo and behold one of her patients doesn't die but instead recovers UNTIL a seer comes to visit and foretells the patient's death by week's end. Angry with the seer for upsetting her patient, she follows the seer out, grabbing her by the arm to slow her retreat; the physical contact causes the seer to blurt out that M too will die soon, sometime after Christmas whic [...]

    • Christyn says:

      I will admit that I liked this more than I probably should. When it comes to Romance novels - I want to see the couple really interact and fall in love. We don't get much of that here - the falling in love part I mean. Marguerite and Ash don't really get to know each other too well on their journey. We get to know them as individuals but they don't reveal that much of themselves to each other. There's is more of an instant connection, chemistry that just sizzles from the first time these two mee [...]

    • Daisy says:

      Marguerite Laurent has been making a living as a nurse to terminally ill patients. While caring for one of her patients, she runs into a fortuneteller who says she will die before the year is out. At first Marguerite shrugs it off, but after another prediction coming true, she decides she'll make the most of the time she has left. Step one is to take a lover. The night before she and her intended paramour are supposed to leave for Spain, she's summoned to the house of her father, who she's never [...]

    • Addictive says:

      Marguerite Laurent has lived a life of servitude, devoting her life to the sick and infirm never giving a thought to the joys to be had of living just for herself. When she gets a dire warning from the local soothsayer that she has less than a year to live, she hardly believes it but events come to pass that the soothsayer has foretold and now Marguerite is in a panic. She decides to seek out passion and so pays a visit to Roger, the son of one of her charges who once had shown interest in becom [...]

    • Lisa says:

      This was my first book from Sophie Jordan and it was a pleasant, fun read and I look forward to reading more of her works! The premise for this book intrigued me.Marguerite Laurent is told that she will not live to see her next Christmas. Of course she scoffs at the seer that told her this nonsense but then when her patient (she is a sick nurse) unexpectedly dies by the end of the week as the seer foretold, she starts to believe. Marguerite decides to live her life to the fullest and the first t [...]

    • Naima says:

      marguerite diramalkan akan mendapatkan mendapatkan dua saudara perempuan, petualangan, seorang pria, pernikahan dan kematiannya. awalnya ia menolak untuk percaya hingga ketika majikannya diramalakan meninggal dan benar2 terjadi mau tidak mau ia harus percaya akan takdirnya.Ash, tidak percaya ketika orang yang telah dianggapnya seperti ayahnya sendiri sekaligus mitra bisnisnya, hendak mencampakkannya dengan medatangkan anak2 perempuan haramnya dan kemudian berencana menikahkan mereka dengan para [...]

    • Lark Howard says:

      What would a sensible lady do if she believed she had less than a year to live? Marguerite Laurent decides to throw caution to the wind, take a lover and spend her remaining days in Spain. But before she can execute her plan, Ash Courtland acts on a plan of his own--to abduct and marry a daughter of his treacherous business partner. Too bad Ash kidnaps the only daughter who refuses to consider marriage, no matter how rich, handsome and dangerously sexy her suitor is. En route to Scotland, Ash is [...]

    • D.L. says:

      Wicked Nights with a Lover was a fun read that I had no problem getting into. Both Marguerite and Ash are very strong willed and well matched for one another. It’s not your typical abducted heroine romance, which was refreshing. Marguerite doesn’t succumb to Stockholm syndrome in two chapters, feel sorry for Ash and fall in love with him. She fights him tooth and nail, not just because she doesn’t want to fulfill the prediction, but because, hey, he abducted her, remember?I thought Ash was [...]

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