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When He Was Wicked: Bridgerton (Bridgertons Book 6) Kindle Edition
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The sixth of Julia Quinn's bestselling and beloved Bridgerton novels, now a series created by Shonda Rhimes for Netflix. This is Francesca Bridgerton's story . . .
In every life there is a turning point.
A moment so tremendous, so sharp and breath-taking, that one knows one's life will never be the same. For Michael Stirling, London's most infamous bachelor, that moment came the first time he laid eyes on Francesca Bridgerton.
After a lifetime of chasing women, of smiling slyly as they chased him, of allowing himself to be caught but never permitting his heart to become engaged, he took one look at Francesca Bridgerton and fell so fast and hard into love it was a wonder he managed to remain standing.
Unfortunately for Michael, however, Francesca's surname was to remain Bridgerton for only a mere thirty-six hours longer - the occasion of their meeting was, lamentably, a supper celebrating her imminent wedding to his cousin . . .
'Quinn is a master of historical romance' Entertainment Weekly
- ASIN : B00UG8RP9U
- Publisher : Avon; Reprint edition (28 February 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 2100 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 426 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #13,422 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This was by far the raunchiest of the Regency series, the Bridgertons!
Francesca is #6 in the order of siblings to get the Julia Quinn treatment, and it had been a long time coming.
At some point, during the other books, Francesca married and was whisked off to Scotland to take her seat with her Earl.
Sadly, two years into their blissfully happy marriage, he passes away.
Four years after being widowed, she realises that she wants to marry again. She wants, desperately, to be a mother.
Michael, John's cousin, has been one of her best friends, throughout her short marriage, but, in her widowhood, he disappears off to India.
He's been described as the Merry Rake, and now, as the new Earl, when he arrives back in the country, there is no shortage of offers for marriage. But none come close to being the right woman. Because the right woman is the one woman he can't have.
Another great addition to the Bridgerton series, and the raunch factor was definitely upped in this one!
I enjoy it very, very much. It is funny, sexy and it is very good writing. However book no 5 about Francesca was not that enjoyable. Writing was good as usual, but the character of Francesca drove me crazy. She is described as logical, cool headed and perceptive. But further in to the book her IQ was dropping. Her catch phrase seems to be "Michael", and nothing else. She was constantly either speechless, or started sentence without ability to finish it or was just saying "Michael" for the sake of saying it. When asked question her regular answer was "I don't know".
I gave it 3 stars because writing was quite good, I like the whole series very much, and first half is rather digestible.
To finish on the positive note - I already started the next book. I like it very much thanks to healthy dosage of Lady Danbury's presents (and of course her caine!) :)
After the husband trots off this mortal coil, the brother in law (who had been in love with Francesca since day 1) decides that India is where all of the cool kids are (who are now earls with severe issues due to unrequited love that could be resolved by just telling the object of their desires).
Brother in law returns and thankfully after pages of, well, rumpy pumpy and much galavanting across Britain (surely not practical with the modes of transport available or the quality of infrastructure in Georgian Britain) there is a wedding. Of sorts.