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Wicked Little Secrets by Susanna Ives


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Also by Susanna Ives:

How To Impress a Marquess, November 2016
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Wicked, My Love, March 2015
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Wicked Little Secrets, December 2013
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Rakes & Radishes, September 2010

Wicked Little Secrets
Susanna Ives

He'll never tell...

Wicked Little Secrets #1
Sourcebooks Casablanca
December 2013
On Sale: December 3, 2013
Featuring: Viscount Dashiell; Vivienne Taylor
384 pages
ISBN: 1402283571
EAN: 9781402283574
Kindle: B00ENQEMA6
Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Historical

It's Not Easy Being Good...

Vivacious Vivienne Taylor has finally won her family's approval by getting engaged to the wealthy and upright John Vandergrift. But when threatened by a vicious blackmail scheme, it is to her childhood friend that Vivienne turns; the deliciously wicked Viscount Dashiell.

When Being Wicked is so Much More Exciting...

Lord Dashiell promised himself long ago that his friendship with Vivienne would be the one relationship with a woman that he wouldn't ruin. He agrees to help her just to keep the little hothead safe, but soon finds that Vivienne has grown up to be very, very dangerous to all of Dash's best intentions.

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Wicked Little Secrets


53 comments posted.

Re: Wicked Little Secrets

the book sounds really good thanks for the giveaway i will be
checking this book out
(Denise Smith 12:02pm December 13, 2013)

Would love to win and read.
Jane Squires 12:40pm December 13, 2013)

Sounds like a good read, would love to read more of the backstory!
Darci Paice 2:22am December 13, 2013)

Love the cover and can't wait to read this book. It is now on my list!!!
Bonnie Capuano 8:49am December 13, 2013)

Thnaks for the giveaway. Love to win this one.
Barbara Wells 8:54am December 13, 2013)

I would love to read this book. Keeping my fingers crossed!
Melanie Backus 9:11am December 13, 2013)

Thank for all the kind words about WICKED LITTLE SECRETS! It's
a fun ride through Victorian London.
Susanna Ives 10:52am December 13, 2013)

Sorry, that should be "thanks" not "thank". Ugh!
Susanna Ives 10:54am December 13, 2013)

Because you write, I wouldn't hide the fact from anyone. In fact, I would be proud of the fact!! I would give my eye teeth if I had the guts to take the book inside my head, and put pen to paper, but because I was discouraged years ago, I just can't bring myself to do it. Your book sounds like a great read, and I'm looking forward to adding it to my list of books for this Winter!! Congratulations on another accomplishment, and what I'm sure is going to be a real page-turner!! Have a wonderful Christmas and New Years!!
Peggy Roberson 11:02am December 13, 2013)

Peggy, I have to believe that you are so much bigger than that
earlier discouragement. Write the story, write it for you and
with joy! Thank you for the lovely holiday wishes. May you
have a lovely Christmas and New Years, as well.
Susanna Ives 12:00pm December 13, 2013)

family duty and backstabbing...who would not love this book..
cant wait to read it.
Tina Ullrich 12:13pm December 13, 2013)

I'd like to read this book. Thanks for giving us a chance to win a copy.
Anna Speed 12:43pm December 13, 2013)

Sounds like a good book. Have a happy Holiday season!!!
Vicki Hancock 1:32pm December 13, 2013)

Being able to express your thoughts with the written word is not easy task. I would love to be able to say, " I am a writer."
Sheila True 2:41pm December 13, 2013)

I love the historical romances I'm looking forward to reading this one. Thanks
Penney Wilfort 2:51pm December 13, 2013)

Loved the excerpt. Will be on my Christmas list. Best of luck with writing--you are a writer!! Merry Christmas!
Sharon Extine 2:56pm December 13, 2013)

And I love that writers, write. :)
Theresa Norris 3:31pm December 13, 2013)

Historicals are so much fun---and this one sounds great.
Sue Farrell 3:55pm December 13, 2013)

Thanks for having this giveaway. Look forward to reading this book.
Carol Woodruff 4:20pm December 13, 2013)

The book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.
Marcy Shuler 5:18pm December 13, 2013)

Oh I love historicals... love the sound of this book!
Colleen Conklin 6:01pm December 13, 2013)

OMG! That's one beautiful cover! Thanks for the contest!
Linda Townsend 7:24pm December 13, 2013)

I love reading Historicals. Your book sounds great. Thanks for a chance to win.
Linda Hall 7:43pm December 13, 2013)

Thanks for the interview. It shows that everybody has to begin somewhere and that it is not a given.
Kai Wong 8:39pm December 13, 2013)

I love that title! Certainly sounds like fun!
Diane Sallans 9:28pm December 13, 2013)

The book sounds good and what a lovely cover. Congratulations, writer lady. ;-)
Lisa Hutson 11:19pm December 13, 2013)

Oh, thank you everyone for your sweet words. I hope you have a
fabulous holiday season filled with comfort, joy, and good
Susanna Ives 2:41pm December 14, 2013)

Your book sounds great! Thank you for the chance
Vickie Schultz 6:44pm December 14, 2013)

I love finding new to me authors and their books. This one sounds awesome. I can't wait to read it. Thanks for the giveaway.
Martha Lawson 9:26pm December 14, 2013)

The book sounds great, and I love the cover, too!
Janie McGaugh 11:46pm December 14, 2013)

This sounds like such a great read.
Mary Preston 5:39am December 15, 2013)

I remember one of my first historical fiction books was written by Victoria Holt (I think under another pen name) about the wives of Henry the VIII. That fascinated me and I still love learning and reading about those wives.
Pam Howell 7:55am May 14, 2014)

I read about Catherine the Great, and how the succession to
the throne didn't go as she had wanted, after she had passed
away. It made for an interesting read about her life, because
I wasn't aware of all of her lovers, either!! I also learned
that she came from nothing to be a powerful woman
Peggy Roberson 8:19am May 14, 2014)

I love historical romances. I also read a book about Henry VIII and how he would think nothing of having his wife killed if he found another he wanted more. HA so much for divorce.
Bonnie Capuano 9:04am May 14, 2014)

I read Pamela Clare's MacKinnon's Rangers series and learned a
lot about how the Ranger teams worked in the French and Indian
War. It gave insight into the tactics used and their life in
Karin Anderson 10:56am May 14, 2014)

Oh my gosh. I've learned SO much from all the historical-based novels I've read. I can't begin to think of one particular one. Hmmm. WOW. You've certainly got my mind working. This book sounds great! And I loved your blog entry. I'm stilllll thinking of just one tidbit. Thanks for the chance to win.
Nancy Reynolds 11:31am May 14, 2014)

I have read many historical romance novels and each one has enlightened me on a some aspect of history that I was not aware of. For example the current novel i am reading is about Bow Street Runners in London before an official police force was put in place. Very interesting!
Quina B 11:53am May 14, 2014)

I'm always learning about real history in historical
romances - I never had a class in European history, but have
always been interested. I'm not sure which book it was, but
I learned that a female could inherit the title of Countess
- I've always thought it was unfair that daughters could be
left in poverty in favor of a distant male relative.
Diane Sallans 12:22pm May 14, 2014)

I think one thing is about Elizabeth I being put in the tower by Mary. And after reading some books on how strong Elizabeth was it got me hooked on anything from that time period.
Larena Hubble 12:32pm May 14, 2014)

I love Historicals... but I will admit that I do not dissect a story to see if the facts are right. SO many facts and tidbits I have learned through my reading...
Colleen Conklin 12:39pm May 14, 2014)

The latest historical fiction I read was "The Aviators Wife" by Melanie Benjamin. It was really interesting to read about Charles Lindbergh from his wife's point of view.
Charlene McDonnough 1:59pm May 14, 2014)

The best historical fact I learned from reading was about
APRIL FOOLS DAY. I didnt realize it was due to a town that
was protesting the taxes and wanted the king to think the town
was all crazy. I didnt think it was true so I looked it up
and it was a true fact.
Tina Ullrich 2:21pm May 14, 2014)

I can't think of anything except Napoleon calling England a nation of shopkeepers.
Michelle Fidler 5:10pm May 14, 2014)

Thinks for a chance to win.
Judy Ferguson 8:17pm May 14, 2014)

I learned most of what I know about Regency England from
Regency romances (much of it from Georgette Heyer, since she
was my first). One of the interesting things I learned was
which titles were which and how the holders of those titles
(and their wives and children) were addressed.
Janie McGaugh 8:58pm May 14, 2014)

I cant think of any particular facts. But it does happen pretty regular. I learn stuff all the time.
Lisa Hutson 12:04pm May 15, 2014)

I didn't know that unmarried women were not allowed to be alone with a young male.

I also didn't know that they used to put real candles on their Christmas trees! How crazy is that!
Sue Galuska 9:37am May 15, 2014)

i love the historical romances i cant think of anything
particular facts either i read alot of different authors
Denise Smith 10:51am May 15, 2014)

uh, Atlanta was burned during the civil war! I'm sure i've learned other stuff, but i don't remember!
Joanne Schultz 12:09pm May 15, 2014)

England's corn laws after the Napoleonic Wars.
Laura Gullickson 1:50pm May 15, 2014)

Cant think of any thing off the top of my head.
Denise Austin 2:35pm May 15, 2014)

It's been awhile since I had the time to read an historical romance. I know
about the dressing, not showing ankles, not being alone with a man not
your bethrothed/husband. Since I'm not up to historical facts, I'd probably
skip over some booboo! Lol
Michelle Schafer 5:09pm May 15, 2014)

I love to read historical novels. I remember reading about the Pullman Cars on the train and significant that was to the women traveling West in the turn of the century!
LeAnn Knott 10:39pm May 15, 2014)

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