Too Wicked to Love (Mass Market Paperbound)
Too wicked to love . . . but too tempting to resist
Having already been deceived by a heartless fiance, Genevieve Wallington-Willis knows better than to trust any man--which is why her attraction to John Ready is so very disturbing. Though devilishly handsome, he is far too mysterious--and a humble coachman, no less But one inadvertent kiss and Genevieve is lost.
John dares not reveal his true identity to anyone or it's the gallows for certain He must concentrate on clearing his name--and prevent the fiend who sullied it, the notorious Raventhorpe, from working his evil on another innocent victim. But being this close to the clever, courageous, and exquisite Miss Wallington-Willis is driving him to distraction. And surrendering to his desire--not to mention to love--may prove the most dangerous risk of all.
About the Author
DEBRA MULLINS is an award-winning author of historical and paranormal romances, including "Prodigal Son". She has been nominated for the Holt Medallion, the Rita from Romance Writers of America, and the National Readers Choice Award. When not writing, Mullins is reading or traveling or working on her family tree--sometimes all at the same time. Born and raised in the New York/New Jersey area, she now lives in California with her family, where she doesn't miss snowstorms in the least and continues her search for real pizza.
“Passion, intrigue, and heartfelt emotion--Debra Mullins delivers captivating romance!”
“Heartwarming, wonderful! You will love this book.”
-Gaelen Foley, NY Times Bestselling Author of My Dangerous Duke
“Clever, romantic, passionate, and adventurous, Mullins’ latest is reading pleasure. From the dynamic beginning to the dramatic climax she balances suspense with sexual tension and readers will stay on their toes eagerly anticipating the satisfying ending.”
-RT Book Reviews
“Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It was a wonderful story of deceit, love and forgiveness but it all moved along quickly. A solid 4 heart warming stars.”
-Under the Covers