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With her captivating romances filled with brilliant intrigue, Miranda Neville has already won legions of fans among readers of historical romance. And her new series set in lusty Georgian England is sure to satisfy. The men are reckless, the women daring, and the hero and heroine The Importance of Being Wicked are no exception. He's a duke who needs to marry a society wife. She's the troublemaker who's going to show him a thing or two about love. The solution: a marriage of convenience rife with powerful passion! If you like Lisa Kleypas and Eloisa James, you'll love the historical romances written by Miranda Neville.

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    Believable characters you can root for

    I loved this book. I identified with Caro HARD. There were so many pressures she was under - the unwillingness to admit her mistake with Robert that led her to sanctify his memory far more than he deserved; the sense of duty to keep an open hand with her friends so as not to seem selfish; the pressure to keep a good appearance once she had money that led her to spend on wardrobe and decoration. They all seemed so realistic to me and I was glad Neville wrote a character who was flawed that I could root for. I also adored the sides we saw in Thomas - the desire to be proper as well as a certain amount of curiosity as to what else there was out there. He could have been one-dimensional and he wasn't; he had his own complex past and his secret burdens. I liked the way they were both attracted to each other and the tension of their attraction vs. what they should do. And I appreciated that their first time in bed was NOT perfection, and the way the physical part of their relationship evolved. I also liked that Caro was an experienced woman who knew what she wanted. I loved the secondary characters Neville built up through the novel. They all had their own goals and their own personalities and were unique and believable.


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