Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2015-09-01
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 379
Edition language: English
I didn't enjoy this nearly as much as I should have. I found it a little too much, the heroine was too passive and just kind of did nothing for years after her childhood sweetheart died, instead of living her life she just passively let life happen to her. Then when the hero of the story kidnaps her...
At various points, I wanted to toss it aside and find something else. Why? Because once again, we have that trope of some crazy wants the hero or heroine dead for some dastardly reason that if they'd stop and think about it, would likely see them hanged. At least we a) knew who the person was and b)...
“That’s not what love does,” she whispered, lifting her head to press a kiss above his heart. “Of course it’s all-consuming, but love—real love—doesn’t destroy or smother. It’s the very opposite of a weakness. Love strengthens. It liberates. It molds itself to every fiber of your being and fortifies...
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book... I’m a big fan of Kerrigan’s Highland Historical novellas so I wasn’t surprised to find that she was getting a full-length novel published by a publisher. She’s good at what she does; her stories are intriguing, her...
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