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eBook Bedded for the Spaniard's Pleasure ePub

by Carole Mortimer

  • ISBN: 0263206971
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  • Author: Carole Mortimer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (January 2, 2009)
  • ePub book: 1938 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1301 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 162

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Anarasida Anarasida
I have a really hard time when it feels as if one character is being ganged up on. I'm not saying that our heroine had not made mistakes nor my saying that she had nothing to learn; but, within about two pages our hero had criticized her personality, her body, and where she was going with her career. If that was not bad enough, when she called her sister, her sister was not even caring, understanding, or even remotely on her side. Quickly thereafter, just as I had hoped to the criticism had ended, our hero makes a jab at her cooking abilities. At one point our heroine thinks, "Really, this man seemed to think that everything she did, everything she said, was suspect—especially if it allowed allowed him to make some cutting comment about it!" I felt like this was a lot like calling a chainsaw a butter knife. It seemed as if it would never end. I'm all for personal growth and a book but it's really hard for me to feel that I character needs any personal growth when I'm too busy feeling bad for them and that I need to champion for them because of how badly everyone is treating them.

To add insult to injury, our heroines ex - the hero - is not only the master of maturity, not only the smartest human in the universe, but also apparently has a closer relationship with our heroine's sister and brother-in-law and daughter then even she does. For goodness sake, when her own sister's life is on the line her ex (the hero) knows before she does! It was far too one-sided to me. She was the outsider in every single way and had been usurped within her family unit by her own ex. He could cheer up her niece when she could not. It, for me, far crossed the lines of loyalty - her sister's non-existent loyalty towards her and her ex's decency to not take her family from her. The author states that the sisters were "emotionally close" and that it was due to that "closeness" that the hero even knew her sister and brother-in-law. I'm sure you can understand my confusion with that statement considering that our hero had essentially pushed our heroine out of being in the know with her own sister and her sister didn't fight it. Even more confusion when the hero "fell for her" when they were previously together yet now he thanks she's selfish and self-centered, doesn't like her too thin, too perfect, body, thanks she doesn't know where she's going in her career, and think she's on trustworthy and a philanderer.

Why in the world would anyone in their right mind want this heroine (through the eyes of how the hero sees her) and why in the world would this heroine want this hero?!

Having lost all respect for both the hero and heroine, I'll be the first to admit...I put down the book after reading a quarter of it. There was simply no way - aside from her entire family and the hero suddenly realizing her worth and groveling for forgiveness for the rest of the book - that I could see any romance happening for me the reader. I love a good alpha male. I'm married to one but often I find that a romance author has mistaken ass for alpha.
Akisame Akisame
Rafe's demeaning behavior starts from stepping out of the cab in the first chapter and doesn't let up. Cairo puts up more of a sincere No, than HP heroine but this is still a wallowing pointless angst of what if's. Seriously, an endless wail - I just wanted to be put out of misery. This is an empty story to meet the monthly paycheck,sorry deadline.