A Week to Be Wicked by Tessa Dare

77%

13 Critic Reviews

For fans of romance, A Week to be Wicked has everything – a gorgeous hero, a beautifully developed central relationship, a huge dollop of sexual tension between the leads, and sensual love scenes.
-All About Romance

Synopsis

Unexpected lovers find themselves together in Spindle Cove with A Week to be Wicked—the second book in Tessa Dare’s utterly delectable historical romance series. This Regency Era delight finds a restless British lord desperate to escape the quaint and too quiet small seaside resort he’s trapped in…and he gets much more than he expected when he eagerly agrees to escort a beautiful, brilliant, socially awkward lady scientist to Scotland. Concerning Tessa Dare and her irresistible romances, bestselling author Julia Quinn is spot on when she says, “Prepare to fall in love!” And anyone who loves the novels of Lisa Kleypas, Christina Dodd, and Liz Carlyle is going to adore having A Week to be Wicked.
 

About Tessa Dare

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TESSA DARE is a part-time librarian, full-time mommy, and swing-shift writer. She makes her home in Southern California, where she shares a cozy, cluttered bungalow with her husband, two children, and dog.
 
Published March 27, 2012 by Avon. 389 pages
Genres: Romance, History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Critic reviews for A Week to Be Wicked
All: 13 | Positive: 12 | Negative: 1

Dear Author

Excellent
Reviewed by Dabney on Mar 29 2012

The premise of the book is unbelievable, but, the story so well and wittily told I found I didn’t care. I give it an B+.

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All About Romance

Good
Reviewed by Caz Owens on Apr 19 2014

For fans of romance, A Week to be Wicked has everything – a gorgeous hero, a beautifully developed central relationship, a huge dollop of sexual tension between the leads, and sensual love scenes.

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Smexy Books

Good
Reviewed by May on Mar 23 2012

The wonderful thing is, this story keeps focused on the couple as they uncover the other’s true self and fall in love.

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The Bookpushers

Good
Reviewed by Lou on Mar 19 2012

A Week to be Wicked is a wonderful romance with such witty banter between a hero and heroine that have oodles of personality.

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Ticket to Anywhere

Good
Reviewed by Irish on Mar 22 2012

I enjoyed this book far more than the first book in the series as well.

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Medieval Bookworm

Good
Reviewed by Meghan on Mar 22 2012

Tessa Dare definitely has my attention and I’m very much looking forward to reading more of her books in the future. Recommended!

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Paperback Dolls

Good
Reviewed by Mona Leighs on Mar 20 2012

Tessa Dare is one of my favorite authors. Her characters come alive on the page, displaying all the foibles that make them live and breathe.

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Rakehell

Good
Reviewed by Valarie Pelissero on Apr 01 2012

In A Week to be Wicked Tessa Dare has provided me with another near-perfect read.

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The Raunch Dilettante

Good
Reviewed by Amanda Ryan on Mar 23 2012

I adored this book. These two are simply hysterical together.

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Novel Reflections

Good
Reviewed by Tanya on Mar 29 2012

You’re going on an adventure that will take you from cove caves to coach rides with a footprint (you’ll see), having your plans thwarted by a group of bandits only to end up at a carnival.

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Books Like Breathing

Good
Reviewed by Grace on Mar 17 2012

This one was one of my reading highlights of the last couple of months. I loved just about everything about it.

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Limecello

Below average
Reviewed by Limecello on Mar 26 2012

Next… the tie in for the next book. It wasn’t necessary to the story, and the book would not have suffered for it had the entire scene been cut.

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Bria's Page

Good
Reviewed by Bria Quinlan on Mar 13 2012

Let’s put it this way: A Week to be Wicked would be competing against itself in the character – One to make you laugh and one to make you cry.

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