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Wicked Company At A Time When Female Writers Are Considered A Scandal, Sophie McGann, An Independent Scottish Lass Living In 1761 London, Pens Plays For David Garrick, The Lengendary Actor Manager Of Drury Lane.

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 695 pages
  • Wicked Company
  • Ciji Ware
  • English
  • 16 August 2018
  • 0553295187

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10 thoughts on “Wicked Company

  1. says:

    3.5 stars OK, so since I didn t take the book from Sourcebooks but got it from the library I don t have to wait until late September to post my review, right Edinburgh, 1761 Sophie McGann s bookseller father runs afoul of the law as well as a vengeful nobleman and she finds herself in need of a quick getaway out of Scotland before she lands in the clapper as well Coming to her rescue is the ever so handsome Hunter Robertson who hides her in his friend James Boswell s trunk and she s off to Lo 3.5 stars OK, so since I didn t take the book from Sourcebooks but got it from the library I don t have to wait until late September to post my review, right Edinburgh, 1761 Sophie McGann s bookseller father runs afoul of the law as well as a vengeful nobleman and she finds herself in need of a quick getaway out of Scotland before she la...

  2. says:

    Hoo boy you know, I love me some historicaly romance but this was actually unreadable A story about a female playwrite during the reign of King George would normally be the kind of thing I would eat up in one afternoon on the couch I slogged through as much as I coul...

  3. says:

    Author Ciji Ware earned a lifelong fan in me ever since reading Island of the Swans READ MY REVIEW last year and was reinforced when A Cottage by the Sea READ MY REVIEW was re issued by Sourcebooks earlier this year So, when I got an email about reviewing the latest Ware re issue, Wicked Company, I jumped on it quick In her author notes Ciji Ware states that the inspiration for writing Wicked Company came up unexpectedly while conducting research for Isl...

  4. says:

    Wicked CompanyThis book overall had a good storyline but it was not as well written as the 4 Seasons books It seemed to almost plod along at times but as it did have a long awaited happy ending, I am giving it a 4 star instea...

  5. says:

    I jumped at the chance to read and review this I am a geek for old time theatre and love stories of women busting through the gender restrictions of their time.Jumping from Edinburgh to London to Bath and everywhere in between, this is the story of Sophie McGann, a young woman who hasof her share of hard times, trying to fight fo...

  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It s a long winded, crappy Harlequin romance with annoying and one dimensional stereotypes for characters As soon as boy meets girl , we know that they will end up together Sophie is a prude and a drip and an amazingly fertile one , inconcievably devoted to Hunter no kidding that s his name of the wide shoulders and tight buns, despite his unpleasant, rude, and verbally abusive behaviour On the rare occasion that he s both nice and around, they kiss have sex, then he abandons her for mon It s a long winded, crappy Harlequin romance with annoying and one dimensional stereotypes for characters As soon as boy meets girl , we know that they will end up together Sophie is a prude and a drip and an amazingly fertile one , inconcievably devoted to Hunter no kidding that s his name of the wide shoulders and tight buns, despite his unpleasant, rude, and verbally abusive behaviour On the rare occasion that he s both nice and around, they kiss have sex, then he abandons her for months to years Lather, rinse, repeat The romance plot bears a faint resemblance to Mansfield Park, but at least Fanny didn t marry the guy who knocked her up, then ran off to the co...

  7. says:

    Not a bad book, but I would have enjoyed it muchhad I been 18, instead of ahem a lady of a certain age It was a romance dressed up as historical fiction, but at its heart it was really a romance The minor historical inconsistencies how an 18th century character would act in a situation vs how a person of modern day sensibilities would act drove me nuts I love the cover, but I don t care enough about the two main characters to waste my time finding out if they ever discover true lov Not a bad book, but I would have enjoyed it muchhad I been 18, instead of ahem a lady of a certain age It was a romance dressed up as historical fiction, but at its heart it was really a romance The minor historical inconsistencies how an 18th century character would act in a situation vs how a person of modern day sensibilities would ...

  8. says:

    I wish I could add a half star to this review While the book had an interesting premise and was relatively well written, it wasn t Ciji Ware s best.To start with the pros I enjoyed the idea of a female playwright trying to make her way in a male dominated world I also really enjoyed that I d been to many of the places where Sophie s story unfolded From the Royal Mile in Edinburgh to Bath and even the Actor s Church in Covent Garden It made the backgroundreal to me and brought back gr I wish I could add a half star to this review While the book had an interesting premise and was relatively well written, it wasn t Ciji Ware s best.To start with the pros I enjoyed the idea of a female playwright trying to make her way in a male dominated world I also really enjoyed that I d been to many of the places where Sophie s story unfolded From the Royal Mile in Edinburgh to Bath and even the Actor s Church in Covent Garden It made the backgroundreal to me and brought back great memories of past trips.For the cons the story took on a very familiar cadenceSophie finds herself in trouble with ...

  9. says:

    After reading and really enjoying Ciji Ware s A Race to Splendor, I ordered this book because the subject and time period seemed like it would be something I d really enjoy Yet I found that 100 pages in,...

  10. says:

    loved this book from.beginning to end, main character was fantastic great to read a strong, witty female lead

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