Publish date: October 1st 2009
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
I realized shortly into this book that I had read it before -- a sign of a good Harlequin, since I've reread some with no memory of them whatsoever. I actually enjoyed it more this time around, though the hero's behavior did not improve on further acquaintance. He's a lot less rapey than many a Cra...
This is a very good one if you like the old school Harlequin Presents. Ms. Craven has written Rhianna in such a way that you feel a lot of sympathy for her. Rhianna definitely got a raw deal in her young life. Her mother is reviled because of her affair with Ben Penarvon, who had an invalid wife, ...
I was in just the mood for a cruel hero/misunderstood heroine story, so I enjoyed this one. (The hero is actually not half bad, by Harlequin Present standards.) Would have rated it higher but the plot was kind of confusing and it really overdid the flashbacks.