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Learn more about Kindle MatchBook. Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. I Liked this book alot better than the other 4 books I have read by Ms. This one made sense and connected all of the characters in the story line. In her other books she dropped the story line and was quite repetative in what she wrote thur out the books, But she got it right with the Viscounts Wicket Ways! Interesting story of inventions being made labortories and spys trying to steal new inventions being developed put that with romance and you get a very good story to read.
Finally for me she has redeemed herself! The plot was boring for the first few chapters, I know. But it gets better. The romance is slow too. But at the end it all comes together very nicely. I wouldn't say this book was perfect, but it definitely deserves more than just a few stars. This was an enjoyable, quick read, but it didn't really wow me. Mallory usually has a very distinctive style to her writing, so I was surprised by how anonymous this one seemed. It was pleasant, but rather bland, and was missing that spark that I'm used to feeling with her. I thought Patience's overactive imagination and her inability to keep her foot out of her mouth in social situations was fun.
She felt a bit silly at times, but I enjoyed her. The same goes for the hero, Thomas. I think the title of the book is completely out of place though. The hero is far, far from wicked. He's a regular, nice guy who is very easy to like. There were a lot of red herrings thrown around and it left the final reveal of the villain feeling a bit underwhelming.
All that build up and that was it? It was a little disappointing. I thought the interactions between Patience and Thomas were cute. I liked when they'd have breakfast together and he'd relax and open up. It was amusing how he'd act grumpy and cold again and sweep out of the room when someone else joined them.
Mustn't let them know he's a nice guy, after all. A perfectly adequate read. I liked both lead characters, but the mystery didn't live up to its hype. Honestly, the author should have cut the mystery down by at least half. I wish that some of the details of Patience's background had been revealed in conversation rather than just in her mind she could have told Thomas why she'd never gone fishing, instead of just thinking about it.
That would have helped establish more emotion between the two. The troublesome young woman who has come to assess them, however, stirs his senses in every way. Patience is a distraction Thomas can ill afford a beautiful temptation that makes him ache with desire. For a spy is threatening to destroy all he has built, and Patience is hiding something. With so much at stake, Thomas must do whatever it takes to seduce the truth from Patience's lips before lives and his own heart are lost. Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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To ask other readers questions about The Viscount's Wicked Ways , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Viscount's Wicked Ways. Lists with This Book. Sep 29, Katyana rated it liked it Shelves: This is a tough one to rate. Like all of Anne Mallory's books, the interaction between the characters and particularly the hero and heroine were a heck of a lot of fun - I was laughing out loud on many occasions. Both from the banter between them, and from the utter cluelessness of the heroine, and the innuendo that would come innocently out of her mouth at the most utterly inappropriate times.
But something about this book doesn't sit quite right with me. It feels less developed than other boo This is a tough one to rate. It feels less developed than other books that I have enjoyed by this author. I think part of the problem was that the author had a zillion red herrings - by the end, I was half-willing to believe that the entire castle was filled with spies.
So given that level of I didn't feel sold my reaction was literally "wait, what? One of the things I really love about Mallory's books is the twisty plotting - it is always intriguing! So that was a bit of a disappointment. And I sadly felt that the romantic resolution suffered much of the same fate - it occurred in a whirlwind on the last couple pages, and I just wasn't really sold.
That was particularly disappointing, because I felt that things had been great up until those last pages.
And then it was like: Oh well, they can't ALL be 5-stars. View all 6 comments. Sep 26, Keri rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a fun and light read. Had some laugh out loud moments with Patience and her lack of. Thomas did a good job of playing the straight role to her comical shtick. She was a antiquarian with the plain sweet face and wild hair and don't forget the glasses. P was eager to take on the assignment for her dad of cataloging some antiques that are heading to the museum.
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She has been a failure in society, as when she gets nervous things just tend to fly out of her mouth. Once she gets to Lord Bl This was a fun and light read. Once she gets to Lord Blackfield's house however, there is more to catch a lady's eye than just antiques. Thomas has some issues of his own regarding antiquarians. But P soon has him reconsidering his opinions.
You throw in a potential monster, possible french spies and a little love into the mix then things get tangled in a hurry. Nov 21, Catherine rated it liked it Shelves: This was an enjoyable, quick read, but it didn't really wow me. Mallory usually has a very distinctive style to her writing, so I was surprised by how anonymous this one seemed. It was pleasant, but rather bland, and was missing that spark that I'm used to feeling with her.
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I thought Patience's overactive imagination and her inability to keep her foot out of her mouth in social situations was fun. She felt a bit silly at times, but I enjoyed her. The same goes for the hero, Thomas. I think the t This was an enjoyable, quick read, but it didn't really wow me. I think the title of the book is completely out of place though.
The hero is far, far from wicked. He's a regular, nice guy who is very easy to like. There were a lot of red herrings thrown around and it left the final reveal of the villain feeling a bit underwhelming. All that build up and that was it? It was a little disappointing. I thought the interactions between Patience and Thomas were cute.
I liked when they'd have breakfast together and he'd relax and open up. It was amusing how he'd act grumpy and cold again and sweep out of the room when someone else joined them. Mustn't let them know he's a nice guy, after all. Patience is intelligent and clever but can be a bit of a nosy body as well as someone who doesn't always think before she speaks.
However, she isn't too extreme and in that way she doesn't become a caricature. Instead, she is like that warm sweet friend that you have who is a little ditzy and sometimes too generous but one that you love to bits anyway. Thomas, well I suppose he could've been a little more 'tortured' because that part 3. Thomas, well I suppose he could've been a little more 'tortured' because that part about his sister came a little late in the game.
Again, he was not a caricature of the roguish man who wants to tempt the little sheep just because he can, but then again, he also wasn't that dimensional. All in all, it was a fun, interesting read that could've been a bit more developed both character and plot wise. If you own a copy or find it in your hands I'd read it but it's not something you need to go out of your way for. May 05, Amy rated it really liked it. The setting reminded me a bit of beauty and the beast. I wish there was a second book!
Mar 16, Lover of Romance rated it liked it Shelves: Patience has come to Blackfield Castle, to catalogue Viscount Blackfield's antique collect. As daughter of a man that is obsessed with Antiquities, she has learned much. So along with her cousin, they head to Blackfield's home. When Patience first arrives, she is surprised by the current state of things. There is odd noises all hours of the day and night, some of the maids acting as if any object will attack them at will, and when she first meets the Viscount, she believes him to be a vampire.
However, she knows that her mind is just playing tricks on her, even if he is arrogant and brooding enough to be one. When things start to really get interesting she decides to start to investigate the strange occurrences. Thomas, senses that there is something strange about Patience.
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He suspects one of her party to be a french spy, trying to discover what he has managed to keep hidden so far. But when he finds her snooping around his castle, he thinks she is the spy, and despite the passion he feels for her Until love gets in the way Even though The Viscount's Wicked Ways, was a very enjoyable read, I felt like there was something lacking.
It seemed like there were so many great qualities about the story, but it didn't fall into place very well. I really liked the playful romance that develops between Patience and Thomas. However I didn't feel the normal spark that I usually find in Mallory's books. There was a strong plot that is put into the story, however there wasn't a smooth flow in the story. I really had very high expectations for this one, especially after reading the blurb and looking at the cover, I expected a remarkable read that kept my attention all through the story.
However I found myself putting it down quite a few times, because I didn't really get fully into the story. Although there were a few aspects of the story that I did enjoy. First is I did like the story line, I always love a good espionage romance, and even though this one seemed a bit off, it was still fun to see how it turns out.
I did like the imagination that the author uses in the book. Overall a enjoyable read, but not a fantastic one.
One to relax into, but not one to stun the reader into falling in love with it. The Viscount let go of her and leaned negligently against the door frame. Of what do I need to take heed? Mar 24, Elis Madison rated it liked it Shelves: Seems her mum was French and she speaks French. Now he just has to prove it. Because when her toes are curling, she'll totally spill the beans. Unfortunately, Patience is also curious. Dec 04, Haley rated it liked it. However, this book falls a little flat which was upsetting after completely falling in love with the first book of Mallory's that I read.
I enjoy riciulous heroins with brains and wit but there is a line that has been crossed with the character of Patience. She enters into the pathetically ridiculous with her imagination with the strong belief of monsters and even thinking Thomas a vampire when she first sees him. Brains and cleverness just didn't make up for this constant habit of of her's. If it hadn't beens so constant I might have been able to forgive the level of ridiculousness that she displays.
I also don't see much of a development between the characters. They like eachother and fall in love with a few sparring of words in between and few barely deep conversations. I didn't get love or romance between them, nothing but friendship really as there was no real development between them toward romance. It was more like friends with benefits. Other characters are also bland, even ones that I felt shouldn't have been.
The story itself had the makings of a great story but it didn't flow all that well for me and at times it was slightly boring, yet, I found it enjoyable. I just felt it could've been better.