The Secrets She Carried (Mills & Boon Modern)
Publish date: July 1st 2012
Publisher: Mills & Boon Modern
Pages no: 191
Edition language: English
This one sucked so hard, I had to invent new shelves to separate it from already awful books I've tripped with. I can't even put it under the deep-fried-twinky category because it doesn't stand up to guilty pleasure. Not even the sickening kind. Just sickening. Nor could I put it under cheap-romance...
Heroine accepts her ex-boyfriend Hero’s blackmail to have a weekend of sex with him in exchange for his keeping her supposed company thievery a secret from her new boss. She just now finds out the reasons why he suddenly broke up their 1-year relationship 3 years ago. He not only thought that she st...
Well, grrr! No big long review since I just accidentally closed it out before posting. Basically, secret baby trope times two. The tall, dark, sexy, Greek hero get's a lot of misinformation about the heroine, dumps her like the slut she was (because these Harley girls are always giving it out, ri...
In the beginning there was so much description and hardly any dialogue, I thought this would be terrible. It actually wasn't too bad. I wasn't a big fan of the hero. He was a jerk but got a bit better in the end. I liked how Erin stood up to him and I really liked it when she dumped the bottle of ch...
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