What people are saying ...
- New York Times and USA Today bestseller!
“Elizabeth Hoyt is one of those rare authors that became an autobuy for me with her very first book. And even rarer still, every book she has had published since has joined her debut on my keeper shelf. Wicked Intentions, the first in her new Maiden Lane series, is no exception. She proves once again why her star will be shining bright for a very long time.”
“WICKED INTENTIONS was difficult to put down and, when finally finished, elicited a Whew, what a ride! I give it a high recommendation and eagerly look forward to its sequels.”
— Romance Reviews Today
“4 1/2 Stars TOP PICK! Hoyt uses her gift for reimagining classic fairy tale themes to create a magnificently rendered story that not only enchants but enthralls. With its mesmerizing plot and unforgettable characters, WICKED INTENTIONS will make readers eager for the next Maiden Lane novel.”
— Kathe Robin, RT Book Reviews
“Starred Review! Readers will enjoy the unusual pairing of an aristocratic man and a poor but educated widow, enhanced by earthy, richly detailed characterizations and deft historical touches.”
— Publishers Weekly
“Elizabeth Hoyt brings mystery, romance and intrigue to debut her latest series in the first book WICKED INTENTIONS and you are never left without wanting more…I can’t wait for the next book in this series knowing it will be as fulfilling a read as this one has been.”
— Mary, TheMysticCastle.com
“What a fantastic novel WICKED INTENTIONS is! I have always enjoyed reading Ms. Hoyt’s work and this is no different. The contradicting way that Temperance is in her mannerism shows the daily struggle she has with what she considers a passion that she must hold back. Add the mysterious sensual background of Caire and this story will get you turning pages as fast as you can.”
— Coffee Time Romance
“With a dash of sharp wit; a rare literary flair for creating complex, compelling characters; and lively writing that packs a powerful emotional punch, Hoyt delivers the first sensually charged, danger- infused installment in a new Georgian-set series.”
— John Charles, Booklist