Fortune Favors the Wicked Royal Rewards 1 PDF/EPUB ½

In the game of seduction everyone wins INDECENTLY LUCKY  As a lieutenant in the Royal Navy Benedict Frost had the respect of every man on board—and the adoration of the women in every port When injury ends his naval career the silver tongued libertine can hardly stomach the boredom Not after everything—and everyone—he’s experienced Good thing a new adventure has just fallen into his lap   When courtesan Charlotte Perry learns the Royal Mint is offering a reward for finding a cache of stolen gold coins she seizes the chance to build a new life for herself As the treasure hunt begins she realizes her tenacity is matched only by Benedict’s—and that sometimes adversaries can make the best allies But when the search for treasure becomes a discovery of pleasure they’ll be forced to decide if they can sacrifice the lives they’ve always dreamed of for a love they’ve never known


10 thoughts on “Fortune Favors the Wicked Royal Rewards 1

  1. says:

    35 starsSo this book was really hard for me to rate Why you ask? Well this is one of those rare occasions where you love the charactersthe story is very interesting and original and there's a lot of girl power but when you mix it all togetherit's just doesn't click the way you thought it would My main problem was the writing I just didn't like it and it simply felt jumbled I loved the main character Charlotte and her fierceness You can't hide and pretend to be someone you're notPearl You can never belong to anyone elseShe set her jaw refusing to flinch or look away Anyone besides myself you mean? That's true Though it was always true There is a bit of mysteryas well which I definitely liked And I really liked the supporting characters Even though we only got to see a bit of Georgette I am happy that she's getting her own book She seems like an awesome girlOverall this is a really nice book that has a lot of potential but wasn't a winner for me unfortunately E copy provided by the authorpublisher in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley