Love, Come to Me
When strong and handsome Heath Rayne pulled Lucinda Caldwell from a winter river, he rescued her from an icy death. But soon he was plunging her into a torrid torrent of passion that this New England beauty had never suspected could claim her. Heath was unlike any other man Lucy had ever known: a... show more
When strong and handsome Heath Rayne pulled Lucinda Caldwell from a winter river, he rescued her from an icy death. But soon he was plunging her into a torrid torrent of passion that this New England beauty had never suspected could claim her. Heath was unlike any other man Lucy had ever known: a dashing, mocking, sensuous Southerner who came as a stranger to Lucy's town-and stayed as he stripped away her last shreds of resistance to the demands of desire and the flaming fulfillment of love...
Publish date: August 30th 2011
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, 19th Century
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Military History
, Civil War
After the rape-fest that was [b:Devil in Winter|114166|Devil in Winter (Wallflowers, #3)|Lisa Kleypas|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1309220205s/114166.jpg|1823830], I was naturally wary of Kleypas. But I decided to give her another shot.I should have known.The book's description doesn't even say any...
One of Kleypas's very first books. I was planning to read this for sometime. Interesting premise. For one of her very first books and early works the writing quality was still impressive and pretty strong. I just wasn't as enthralled w/ the story as I was with some of her other books (okay pretty m...
I'm a big fan of Lisa Kleypas but I couldn't get into this book. It felt like a grade school romance, the heroine was so immature and the conflict was so predictable, why would the hero put himself in that position. I read about a third then gave up. Heath saves Lucinda when she falls through the...
This was funny to read - one of LK's first, which she notes in a very cute forward, and needs to be read with that lens firmly in place. But, still, it's great to see the beginnings of her trademark humor, and Heath fits in very nicely with the best of her heroes.
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book...After my 2nd reading of the book...Oh yes yes yes, I want Heath. I can’t seem to forget how crazy he was for Lucy through the whole story. I mean this is why I adore LK heroes; this is what I wanna see in my Romance...
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