Get to Know Us. Exquisitely beautiful Mira Germain was only eighteen when she made her bargain with the wealthy, powerful, elderly Lord Sackville. Here we see a grown-up Mira as a mistress of a fifty-something peer. I was bothered by the setup until I read on and found out that everything was a charade. The complications of having a half-brother was still untouched and I knew the topic will eventually come up and I was not surprised about it. A better summary would be male protagonist wealthy, member of the ton is bored.
D but in the book he is a handsome, rakish duke who cant stop staring at his friends mistress D the hero of the book is Alexander Alec Faulkner hes a duke of something xD but who cares about his dukedom!!! I will always love some of the previous books I read before the ones I read this year. There was the future Kleypas steam that I have come to know and love. Even though I begrudgingly finished the book, he never became the hero in my e I find it hard to actually read a lot of the books by authors written in the ’80s, they typically involve drug use or rape or the severe construct of male dominance. My problem with Rand was that he lacked the commanding presence that we see from her heroes in her later works. By my understanding, this was one of Lisa Kleypas’s first books, and it shows. It was written as if being raped is just a normal occurrence.
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He sdrie to deal with all the horrible things he has done in his life and with feeling worthy of Rosalie’s love.
Too long – otherwise, a 4 star. He rather preferred his own crowd, which at least was not hypocritical. She had spirit and was a round character, a round heroine so to say.
How lucky am I?!? Actually, let me edit that. The hero that dismisses the silly woman’s silly thoughts yet loves her for her childlike ability to find joy in looking at Sometimes I have nostalgic thoughts about the rapey romances I read as berkley-faulner teenager.
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Where Passion Leads
I was on the edge of my seat right to the very end and yet the ending did not feel rushed. She merely succeeded in imprisoning his leg more securely between hers. Then her breath caught in her throat as his hand stroked over the lowest part of her abdomen.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Only with Your Love I found that the subsequent scenes were yummy, but they didn’t get me reach for my cold glass of ice water. View all 4 comments. Latest Book in the Series. It’s wonderful to know that following this debut, my much loved author turned to writing women berkley-faulkkner more powerful, interesting, and in control.
Where Passion Leads (Berkley-Faulkner, book 1) by Lisa Kleypas
Geleng” kepala gw bacanya. Mira brother protected her and gave her food and they lived a life of crime. His body was hard and invulnerable, built k,eypas aggression, so very different from her own.