Some Like It Wicked
Some like it dangerous...
When Highland beauty Catriona Kincaid storms Newgate Prison to seek the help of disgraced nobleman and notorious rogue Simon Wescott, she is prepared to offer him both wealth and freedom. She never dreams the wicked rake will be bold enough to demand a far more sensual prize.
Some like it seductive...
Simon is shocked to discover the tomboy he met long ago has blossomed into a headstrong temptress. Although he's sworn off being a hero, he can't resist striking a devil's bargain that may very well end up costing him his heart.
Book 1 of 2 of the Kincaid Sibling Series, which includes Some Like It Wicked and Some Like It Wild
Book 4 of 5 of the Highland Hearts Series (Can be read in any order)
The Highland Hearts Series includes The Devil Wears Plaid, Heather and Velvet, A Whisper of Roses, Some Like It Wicked and Some Like It Wild
“Romance readers delight! Some Like It Wicked is an instant classic! Ravishing and romantic!”—Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling author
“A wickedly sexy, delightfully sparkling, utterly ravishing read.”—Amanda Quick, New York Times bestselling author
“Wickedly clever! Wit, charm and bravery abound.”—Publishers Weekly
“A sweep-you-away book filled with Medeiros’s trademark magic.”—Connie Brockway, New York Times bestselling author
“From the first page to the last, Some Like It Wicked is an enchanting read that held me utterly captivated. An absolute keeper!”—CK’s Kwips and Kritiques
ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITION
In veteran author Medeiros's wickedly clever latest, set in 1805, Catriona Kincaid is a lovely Scotswoman exiled in England after her parents' deaths for "the Scottish Cause." When her uncle tries to marry her off to protect her from further persecution by the British, she talks roguish Sir Simon Wescott into a devil's deal: marry her and take half her copious dowry in exchange for guiding her to Scotland to find her brother, Connor. Simon accepts, under the stipulation that he can take her, too. Love soon strikes them, but his determined avoidance of heroics and her desire to lead her kinsmen against the English lead to serious complications. Wit, charm and bravery abound as the two try to find their way back to one another.