When He Was Wicked - Julia Quinn Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749936622 / Genre: Romance / Author: Julia Quinn / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2006-11-02 by ... more
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When he was wicked is the 6th book in the Bridgerton series, written by Julia Quinn. As soon as Michael Stirling set eyes on Francesca Bridgerton, he fell hard in love. The only problem was that she was about to get married to his cousin John. Since the marriage, Michael has been good friends with Francesca but not being able to act on how he feels in taking its toll. Even though Michael is totally in love with Francesca, he is still known as a notorious rake and she takes pleasure in hearing stories of his wicked ways. One unexpected evening, John retires early with a headache while Michael and Francesca go for a walk but when they return, something shocking ... Read the complete review
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