The Brazilian's Blackmail Bargain
Six months ago Brazilian tycoon Caleb Cameron thought he'd uncovered Maggie Holland's plot to ruin him--using seduction! But Maggie was being manipulated by her stepfather. She'd fallen in love with Caleb--but he vowed never to see her again. After her stepfather dies, Maggie is left with... show more
Six months ago Brazilian tycoon Caleb Cameron thought he'd uncovered Maggie Holland's plot to ruin him--using seduction! But Maggie was being manipulated by her stepfather. She'd fallen in love with Caleb--but he vowed never to see her again. After her stepfather dies, Maggie is left with nothing. Now, to complete his revenge, Caleb makes an offer Maggie can't refuse: but she must become his mistress for two months!
Publish date: August 2007
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Bedded by Blackmail
Abby Green has written a sizzling and emotional story about revenge tied up in a relationship built on unrequited lust turned to love. Caleb Cameron has Maggie all wrong. He thinks that her bid to seduce him was a coldhearted action designed to cheat Caleb in the favor of Maggie's stepfather. The tr...
Caleb set out to finish destroying the Holland familty. After the death of Maggies's stepfather, Caleb set in to play the final steps to counteract the betrayal he discovered against him when Maggie tried to seduce him for her stepfather. Maggie was not sorry her abusive stepfather was dead. Having...
Thanks to seton for recommending this, I really enjoyed it. The book starts of with Maggie and her mother celebrating that her abusive step-father is dead and they are finally free, then they get the news that their beloved house that belonged to them is no longer theirs, the step-father lost everyt...
Totally hated it.1) blackmail ain't my cuppa AT ALL cuz they're just not real - or not all that real...2)No humor - whatsoever3)Usually no compatibility between the H/h (although at least here the author tried -unsuccessfully...)4)Plus, like I said in another review: I hate martyr heroines and here'...
As a Harlequin Presents fan, I’ll sometimes find myself thinking, “I crave a story about an alpha guy who thinks the innocent heroine is a gold-digging whore and then feels terrible when he finds out he’s wrong... but I don’t want to read the same old crap.” If you find yourself in a similarly schiz...