RITA Reader Challenge Review

RITA Reader Challenge Roundup: One Wicked Sin by Nicola Cornick

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Book CoverPlot summary: Once the toast of the ton, Lottie Cummings is now notorious for being divorced. Shunned by society, the destitute beauty is lured to become a Covent Garden courtesan. Until a dangerous rake saves her with a scandalous offer.

The illegitimate son of a duke, Ethan Ryder rose to the ranks of Napoleon’s most trusted cavalry officer—until his capture landed him in England as a prisoner of war. Now on parole, Ethan is planning his most audacious coup yet. But he needs Lottie’s help to create a spectacular diversion. Yet their pact ignites a passionate bond that may scandalize even these two wicked souls….

This book has a 4.02 star average on GoodReads.

Terry wrote in a four star review that:

This is a wonderful story and it flows very smoothly. It is also wickedly hot. Enough so that it will sizzle your fingers as you turn each page but with characters that are venerable, untrust worthy, shunned by the Ton and just down right naughty.

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  1. 1
    Julie says:

    IMO, Nicola Cornick is one of the best writers of historical romance and One Wicked Sin was a fabulous book! It’s the second title in a series and the first book, Whisper of Scandal, is fantastic. It’s a Regency partly set in the Arctic Circle with a terrific hero and a gorgeous hero and it was brilliant! Very highly recommended.

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    sweetsiouxsie says:

    This was a wonderful story. I was impressed by Cornick’s ability to turn an unlikable character, from the first book in the trilogy, into someone I was rooting for!!!
    Nice job.

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    kkw says:

    This is the only book of hers I’ve read, and I also thought it was great.  Definitely stands alone, although I’m really looking forward to reading the others.  I don’t know if she’s a new writer or just new to me, but discovering her (and Sherry Thomas) was probably the best part of reading the Rita nominated books for me.  I had some issues – things at times got unnecessarily complicated – but I was really impressed by the characters.  The heroine in particular was atypical in really refreshing ways.

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    Julie says:

    KKW, Nicola Cornick started writing for Harlequin Historicals in the 90s before moving on to writing single title historicals a few years back. I’ve been a fan of hers since the beginning and love her books.

  5. 5
    Donna says:

    Down right naughty? Sold!

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