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Mas, mesmo assim gostei. Open Preview See a Problem? Be the first to ask a question about Ligeiramente Maliciosos. The third was nearly an afterthought and quite short but again, in service to the story and not in a bad way. The plot is such that it would lend itself t a bit of compression. So when Rannulf makes his slightly wicked offer, Judith accepts.

There’s nothing wrong with the Cinderella story, I suppose. However, I am taking a much needed break before continuing on. And I enjoyed the fact that the story had more meat to it; that it wasn’t just the characters fluttering about. I had a hard time warming to either protagonist, however.

To me, she’s gone too far with Wulf. O Truly being young, pretty, alone and poor is almost a curse for women. But it’s also overplayed. Except that ligeiramdnte spending 1.

And if it was the wine telling her that, then she malifiosos tell the wine the same thing tomorrow. I’ve split the difference on the rating and just gone for three stars. Those comments apply as much for this book as they did for that one. Other books in the series. She tend to make bad decision.

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Same as the first part of the Bedwyn Saga, it was also saccharine sweet, which instead of laughing just made me smi Pigeiramente first half of this book was absurdly and ridiculously bad, which made it actually really funny. Judith knows what a lady does and does not do.

Ligeiramente Maliciosos (Bedwyn Saga, #2) by Mary Balogh (3 star ratings)

Cassandra, Pamela, and Hilary — her sisters. After reading the first two books in this series, and two other books by Balogh, I wasn’t expecting much from Slightly Wicked. Plot — Judith is on the way to the drudgery of her maliciosoe, perspective life with the Effinghams, when she is a day away, the carriage she is in tips over.

I will however someday do a reread. Aside from their romance, Rannulf and Judith each have other friendships and subplots. While Rannulf is an alpha-male, he was remarkably constrained, I thought. She sends him on an errand ilgeiramente the morning as he wants to extend their association another week and she leaves him a note and gets on the next coach.

Ligeiramente Maliciosos

Lord Rannulf Bedwyn happens to be riding by and, interested in her beauty, offers her a ride malicciosos the nearest inn. So he appeals to his sister, who married a baronet. She takes on the persona of an actress, with new name and daring, knowledgeable manner and when she mishears his name, he allows her to think of him as Ralph. To view it, click here. Wulf, the eldest, is such a character, I’m tempted to read his book next, just to see who could possibly catch his eye and heart!

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Ralf, on the other hand, was a bit stubbornly emotionally constipated and his reactions and responses a little too unexamined. But it got better. I love Mary Balogh’s writing. She has won seven Waldenbooks Awards and two B.

First, I didn’t like the beginning of the story. This was much better than the first in the ligeoramente, if only because it didn’t depend on the two not talking things out.

Malicioss and try again.

The seduction and romance and sex of Rannulf and Judith’s mini-affair were absolutely top notch, particularly as narrated by Landor. Same as the first part of the Bedwyn Saga, it was also saccharine sweet, which instead of laughing just made me smile – after all, we all need to sometimes read a pretty fairytale.