Nineteen-year-old Eliza has run the Trinity Star Ranch since she was a mere child. Though she is every inch a lady, she has no trouble standing up to any man. That includes the tough-looking drifter she finds camping on Bendalin land. Little did she dream that Jonathan Blair was the friend who'd... show more
Nineteen-year-old Eliza has run the Trinity Star Ranch since she was a mere child. Though she is every inch a lady, she has no trouble standing up to any man. That includes the tough-looking drifter she finds camping on Bendalin land. Little did she dream that Jonathan Blair was the friend who'd saved her uncle's life on the battlefield, or that his dark good looks and brash seduction will tempt her to forget both the rules of deportment and the duty she owes her family. Jonathan takes what he wants from life. And he wants Eliza. Though she is already engaged to be married and far outclasses him, he will let nothing stand in his way.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 1st 2007
Publisher: Leisure Books
Pages no: 358
Edition language: English
Well, good news, is that the heroine didn't end up on my "heroines who annoy me shelf". She came close though. Her attitude cleared up rather quickly, in fact. It was pretty sudden. It must have been all the hot loving her new husband was giving to her. At times I felt very frustrated with both ch...
Connie Mason is definitely one of the better romance writers at the moment. Her books have a lot more depth of character and better writing than a lot of her contemporaries. The romance and wittiness of the characters was great too.
This historical romance was all right. It had a common theme about two feuding highland clans. The hero and heroine's love-hate relation swung too far to the extremes. It was a reread and forgettable. McKay clan leader's daughter Gillian is given as wife to enemy clan leader Ross to end long tim...
A verra verra bad book, I doona recommend it. That is, unless you like a silly plot along with very bad sex all wrapped up in a faux historical setting. Granted, there are readers who enjoy that type of book and while I'm not knocking them I am definitely not one of them. You are not going to get yo...
Sent on to the ladies choir in St. Mellons for them to titter over.A cock up - this book has been sent by Hippo instead of that which I ordered:1 of: The Twelve Deaths of Christmas [Paperback:] By: Marian Babson----------Buddy read with Misfit. So we open here:Chapter One - Caithness Province, Scott...