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Little Bit Book Series (12 Books). From Book 1. Stase Michaels draws on a lifetime of experience as a dream analyst and three degrees in psychology to lead. A Little Bit Wicked has ratings and 93 reviews. Jane said: A Little Bit Wicked is book 1 in Victoria Alexander's "Last Man Standing" series. . A Little Bit Wicked is a quick and light read that is delightfully funny. .. It was like 55 words!.
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Judith is beautiful, practical and enjoys life to its fullest.
Judith comes across Gideon, Viscount Warton, and a simmering desire between them escalates to burning passion, for these two that are only looking for a lover, and no commitment. However what began has a intimate relationship with no love or affection, gradually turns into a adventure wh In A Little Bit Wicked, Judith, Lady Chester has always had a taste for the little pleasures in life, but still lives on the edge of respectability.
However what began has a intimate relationship with no love or affection, gradually turns into a adventure where love is the key to unlocking both of their hearts and learning to trust in each other and themselves This series is about four men that are close friends, and have made a wager on who is the last one to get married, since none of them desire the shackles of matrimony. Which I have read books from this author, however this is my favorite series other then the Effington series.
The only complaint that I have is the heroine character, especially throughout the beginning of the story, she is more distanced and closed off from her emotions, and I found I enjoyed the Gideon's character more. Both characters suffer from pain in their past, but he is more open to her than she is to him.
Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Me is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon. How to read P. How to read Craig Johnson series? These Happy Golden Years. At the end of this book, the family is told that the land must be vacated by settlers as it is not legally open to settlement yet, and in Pa elects to leave the land and move before the Army forcibly requires him to abandon the land.
However This is a story where both of the main characters, are afraid to love again, but is a journey of self discovery and also a tender love story. Overall a wonderful love story Aug 09, Sharyn rated it really liked it. So here is the story. I decided to read all the "A" author's on my bookshelf. This was my summer project. Well I have book 3 and 4 of the "Last man standing" series, so I have to get 1 and 2.
This book is number 1 and I got it from the library. I am waiting for 2 from Amazon. Because I really enjoyed this book. Two hurt souls, guarding themselves from hurt for different reasons, do not recognize love when they feel it. Judith has been psychologically bruised and feels guilty. Gide So here is the story. Gideon was betrayed by the woman he thought he loved. The banter is funny and his thoughts very cute because he doesn't have a clue and that was very adorable. Well his betrayer shows up and tries to get him back through underhanded means, and Judith finally learns the truth about her husband from his sister.
I hope we follow what happens to them in the next 3 books. Can't wait to read the next one. Nov 15, Wendy Tavenner rated it it was amazing. Judith has been a widow for 10 yrs and has no desires to remarry because of how her marriage ended. Gideon knows he has to marry eventually a sweet, demure virginal bride but he doesn't want his heart involved. When his eyes meets Judith at a ball on twelfth night he knows he wants her and he wants the two of them to get a little bit wicked, ohhhh la la.
Judith felt something also so when they finally meet at a musical it doesn't go accordingly like Judith's other adventures!! Th Loved the book.
The characters have to realize that there are issues in their pasts that they need to resolve. It's a fun loving book when everyone is telling them they are so wrong for each other. Jan 30, Gail rated it really liked it. The heroine is a slightly scandalous widow, keeping discreetly inside the edge of propriety with the lovers she takes.
The hero is just as discreet, and quite willing to begin the affair she proposes. But things are more intense than both of them want. They come together and it's wonderful—until one or the other of them makes a misstep. They're both definitely products of their society and yet both uniquely individual. This is just a lovely, lovely story about two people who think they're beginn The heroine is a slightly scandalous widow, keeping discreetly inside the edge of propriety with the lovers she takes.
This is just a lovely, lovely story about two people who think they're beginning one thing and turn out to have begun something quite else. There's no intrigue—except involving their assignations—just wonderful characters and a grand falling-in-love tale. Jul 27, Maryanne rated it it was amazing. Jan 14, Tracy rated it liked it. It could have been a little more wicked. Jul 22, Lauren rated it liked it Shelves: The witty and beautiful widowed Judith, Lady Chester, values the freedom she has. She now has the ability to play by her own rules, while skirting the fringes of society.
That is until she meets the delectable Gideon Pearsall, Viscount Warton. While she enjoys their encounters, there casual fling turns into something more for her. Gideon has made a packed with some of his cloasest friends, a wager of sorts on who would be the last man standing before breaking down and getting married.
He thought The witty and beautiful widowed Judith, Lady Chester, values the freedom she has. He thought it was an easy win until Judith stole his heart. The story was fun and witty, just as I would expect of Victoria Alexander. It did not have the same enthralling pull as some of her other stories but it was a good, fast read nonetheless. Jul 27, Tina rated it liked it. This author has a very good writing style. I would say it wasn't necessarily one that I couldn't put down, but it was an entertaining enough read. Sep 15, Rdbarrett rated it it was ok. The writing was bland. Nov 13, Joann rated it liked it.
Jun 29, An Odd1 rated it really liked it Shelves: There was a great deal to be said for more than a little bit wicked" p59; she is "somewhat unconventional" p, more after they meet p97 his smile p Delightful persiflage triggers smiles, giggles. Gideon, Viscount Publisher http: Gideon, Viscount Lord Warton 32 eloped, annulled after one-day at age 22 p Judith Lady Chester was widowed after 3 years at age 20, when soul-mate turned abusive p I suspect his twin sister pushed him off the roof - no spoiler. Both deny marriage p Both thrill from the flash of passion "coup de foudre" lightning bolt p73 whose fire cannot be quenched.
X-rating has a tantalizing slow buildup of clever challenging salacious banter. Even possible negative traits increase compatibility "perhaps a less arrogant man would have been intimidated by Judith's intellect and her position.. Gideon was proud" p His aunt Louisa "the goddess of interference descending Mount Meddling" p and her best friend Susanna interfere most with good intentions then help others support, but ex-wife vile Violet provokes a conflict climax.
Both must accept their troublesome pasts before recognizing love. Is there an age when people stop blushing? First Helmsley, friend to both, asks Judith for a Columbian Cattleya orchid as a special gift, and assures Gideon the present will be welcomed by her p An unexpected tumble into the conservatory fountain gives the pair an excuse to strip and sport X-rated "in a frenzy of yearning and desire" p55, observed by "furry rat" bichon dog p49 later rips trousers p In her excessively rose-tinted boudoir, they debate the pinkness of delightful yes vs magnificent no p Judith, used to ending relationships before serious commitments, insists on setting "expectations", including "reasonable" honesty - complete "would take all the fun out of it" agrees Gideon p Violet wants Gideon back, so hints mislead her party guests, Judith's three lovers of last ten years to attempt renewing their romances.
Massive misunderstanding triggers breakup, happily resolved of course. To ensure the reader continues the series Alexander has three disappointing gimmicks. Prologue in London has rich handsome friends increase their four shilling tontine like poker pot for the last to marry, by a bottle of the club's finest brandy. In the epilogue, they toast the new couple's honeymoon travels Columbian jungle orchid hunting, or wherever.
In postscript, author invites "Ladies for Tea", chat about: Jan 04, Maura rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This continues with the Effington Series. After Johnathan Effington gets married, a bunch of his friends make a wager on who will be the last one to end up married.
The first one out of the race is Gideon, Lord Warton. He's a casual rake, no reputation really, but not concerned with marrying, even though he's the last of his line and has no prospects just yet. He's fascinated by an independent widow and her direct approach, Judith, Lady Chester. Both of them have had some hard knocks with love a This continues with the Effington Series. Both of them have had some hard knocks with love and are reluctant to marry or have any type of long term commitment so they approach their attraction with eyes wide open. But the "no feelings" approach rarely works out and love does rear its head.
I liked the characters on the whole. I liked Gideon a lot, even though he had a tendency to stick his foot in his mouth and was prone to some chauvinistic thoughts, he honestly meant well. In fact, I think I liked him more because he kept blurting things out that he shouldn't have. Judith was easy to like at first. She's direct, she's honest and she's had some sexual experience - not so much as to be promiscuous, but not so little or so bad as to be meaningless. Turns out all of that is masking some serious insecurity about her own ability to love.
This is what truly causes the conflict in the story. Though there is some outside conflict with Gideon's past his ex-wife. Judith is so afraid that she is going to fail Gideon and end up hurting him that she decides to leave him and break his heart