The Christmas Love-Child (Snow, Satin and Seduction) (Harlequin Presents Extra, #78)
It's Christmastime in London, and unwittingly Grace is swirled into the sumptuous and scandalous world of Prince Maksim Rostov. When the unworldly secretary learns he took her innocence in exchange for a business deal, she flees broken-hearted.But when Maksim discovers Grace's pregnancy secret,... show more
It's Christmastime in London, and unwittingly Grace is swirled into the sumptuous and scandalous world of Prince Maksim Rostov. When the unworldly secretary learns he took her innocence in exchange for a business deal, she flees broken-hearted.But when Maksim discovers Grace's pregnancy secret, the ruthless Russian drags her to his guarded mansion in snowy Moscow. There he'll keep her as his captive bride and unwilling princess….
Publish date: November 1st 2009
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Modern Romance 11 (#906)
1.5 starsThis rating does not mean that the book was awful, it was in fact wonderfully written with 3-dimensional characters who make mistakes and a very well-though out plot with lots of twists and turns and angst. It's just that I didn't find this book to my liking.Reading this book, I found mysel...
Bu yorum aynı zamanda Romancekolikte yayınlanmıştır.Kitap çok iyi olmasa da iyiydi. Adamın kızı acımasızca kullanış biçimi başta tepemin tasını gerçekten attırdı. Hele ki kızı patronu kovması ve buna sebep olanının Maksim olduğunu söylediği anda bunuda mı ettin be zalim demeden edemedim. Ama gerçek ...
Wow. A really good Harlequin Presents novel is a great tension-releaser for me. This one counts on my list. Plus, brownie points for the sexy Russian hero. Okay, he was a jerk at times, but he was a jerk who fell in love, had to deal with his conscience kicking in after twenty years, and manned u...
Another enjoyable read by Jennie Lucas. She has become a favorite hp author of mine. Her books keep my interest where I don't want to put them down. That makes a good one for me.The heroine, Grace was a bit of a doormat and she knew it but it didn't annoy me enough to dislike her. I didn't like her ...