Interesting Fact About Not Wicked Enough

Unless someone tells me it’s safe, I don’t read reviews of my current releases. It does no good to my writer’s psyche.

I have heard (without reading any reviews or comments to same) however, that some people are disappointed that Not Wicked Enough is not an angsty book like the previous two.

Well, in a way, me, too, though I’m pretty pleased with NWE. Angst is my natural style, I think. But if I had not proposed going with a “lighter” historical than Scandal and Indiscreet, I would not have had a contract to write any more historicals. That’s just a fact that is directly tied to sales.

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4 Responses to “Interesting Fact About Not Wicked Enough”

  1. Jill Hagerman says:

    No apologies or explanations needed. I thoroughly enjoyed NWE just because it was less “angsty” than my usual reading. I did have one question…what is Mountjoys first name?????? 🙂
    Jill

  2. Anna says:

    I loved NWE just the way it was. The focus was on the characters, and they were a breath of fresh air. The sexytimes were hot, too. What’s not to love!

  3. Kathy says:

    Well, I finished Not Wicked Enough around midnight. So for a book that was lacking “angst” it sure kept me reading past my bedtime. lol.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the story, the characters of Lily and Mountjoy, and the sparkling dialogue and banter between these two.

    Anyway, I can always tell when I’m reading a “jewel” (pardon the pun), and this one sparkled for me.