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Matt Strickland and Tess Kelly. She is strong-armed by her sister into becoming a temporary nanny to his daughter, Samantha. In this book the greater changes are made by Matt due to the influence of Tess in his life - getting his work/life balance right, learning about the daughter he didn't really know, taking a leap of faith when it came to loving Tess.Book Review created byon29/05/2011 - 17:20
Up to Sandra Morgan's usual excellent standard. You are guaranteed witty dialogue, give-as-good-as-she-gets heroine. Did get distracted by the sub-plot about other members of their respective families (can't give too much away - major plot spoiler) but was handy device to get Damon and Polly together at the start.Book Review created byon29/05/2011 - 12:19
The story of Anna Orsini, lawyer & daughter of Cesare Orsini. She was a peripheral character in the 4 books about her Orsini brothers. Thank goodness Sandra Marton decided to tell the stories of Anna and Isabella. This is a hot, pacy read with a hero and heroine that enjoy the drama and the lust that brings them together but fight to avoid the love that then binds them eventually.Book Review created byon28/05/2011 - 15:31
I didn't know Liz Fielding wrote for RIVA? You will enjoy the 'character' of Rosie who brings together Sean and Elle and, without spoiling it, she makes a delightful guest at their wedding! The longer length of the RIVA allows for a cast of secondary characters that have clear roles to play in the development of the plot and the changes in the main characters which leads to their HEA.Book Review created byon28/05/2011 - 15:23
This book for me has raw attraction. I wouldn't say it has been as good as some of the books i have read, on the chemistry factor, or on the appeal to the characters. I think that perhaps it would of benifited from more descriptiveness of Pierre's and Joshie's Qualities.Book Review created byon21/05/2011 - 22:26
Set within the turmoil of the War of the Roses I expected great things - yet the first few chapters
were...fine. But then I hit Chpt4 and suddenly I was well and truly hooked. Court intrigue, back-chamber dealings and, of course, a relationship between H and h which built and pitched beautifully. Well-crafted and skillfully interwoven into an exciting slice of history. Great read.Book Review created byon06/04/2011 - 17:10
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