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She needed someone to lean on, not someone she had to coax or take care of.
Stavros was a handsome, intelligent man and knew how to pull out every stop to seduce a woman. I did however really hidde the love in this large family Published June 30th by Jove first published June 1st Deep inside, she was a home girl, a woman born to be a wife and mother.
The potential these books had to be good was amazing. He was so sweet to her, chrustine attentive, wanting to give her the world.
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Jul 17, Ana T. Couples work because when one falters the other stands strong. What is once seen read cannot be unseen unread I should have re-read Nobody’s Baby but Mine for the 20th time.
The sea was so different here, like glass, a beautiful lure promising a sun-filled life of luxury, but she knew better than to think such a life was meant for her. And then there is a point to hit on chrkstine all those readers whose main love for Feehan’s books are the love story side and all those well written, and yes, frankly, often very Hot!
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Now, I’m not a Feehan fan read one Carpathian before this series and I mean I don’t know what else to say More than old friends…brothers? Too bad the ending chrostine wasn’t more like that. I struggled to finish the book. He was as different as she was.
Feehan always does an incredible job of tying her characters together with characters from other books in her series, and I am always ready to embrace them and find out what they’ve been up to.
In many ways, the order of this book seemed a little turned round with the kidnapping and chritine daring rescue happening at the beginning of the book and the rest of the book dealing with the aftermath and stopping the big bad. I am truly disgusted that the author thought having all these things happen to her to begin with would make for a good book.
She betrayed her story and her readers by straying so far from the original books. He first heard Elle in his mind when he was a POW being tortured, and her voice was the only thing that kept him alive.
Once that section passed I was like ok maybe it’ll mellow out some now But she discovers that perfection is only a mask a little too Elle Drake’s been in love with Jackson Deveau, deputy sheriff of Sea Haven, since before she met him.
At the end I feel that everything was rushed to the finish line and quickly tied up. The bodyguard was talking about her. Certainly the worm—he-who-could-not-be-named—ever– again was hideen worth holding out fehean for.
And then we pick right back up with Elle and wow, does Christine Feehan just dive right in. The first six chapters are full of shocking details of Elle’s kidnap and the subsequent physical and psychological torture she experienced at the hands of a madman. They both suffered through it all, but what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and both Jackson and Elle came out of the ordeal tougher, their connection stronger than ever.
NOT sexy and phrases like “He shackled her wrist with his hand.
View all 5 comments. He spoke with a Greek accent, but there was something off about him. However the final draw in the sand that made me put this down was when the hero kept offering to give the chgistine cornrows because she couldn’t stand the feel of her own hair.
He’s determined to get her back no matter the cost.