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Love Me Forever [Paperback]

Johanna Lindsey
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1.0 out of 5 stars A thorough disappointment Sept. 14 1999
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
As a reader of other Johanna Lindsey books (no Mallory's though) I was bored reading about a bunch of characters with limited or no roles in the story. Additionally, though the premise was interesting, the villain is so thoroughly distasteful that it interfered with the love story - which was lacking. I agree with another reviewer - the heroine needed some serious help, and the hero was not very defined. This book left me cold.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Sexual Subjugation--So Not For Me Aug. 16 2009
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Although I am a big fan of Johanna Lindsey's Malory novels, I have to say that this one did not do it for me. This can be attributed almost entirely to the fact that I absolutely abhor themes of sexual subjugation. Unfortunately, Kelsey, our heroine, finds herself forever in this role. Willingly selling herself in a London whorehouse in order to pay her uncle's gambling debts and ensure her sister a marriageable future, at times, Kelsey seems like little more than Derek's sexual play thing. Even though Derek "buys" Kelsey in order to prevent a lecherous old man from buying her, the plot line still irks me. I do not like the idea of a woman *having* to have sex because her "owner" tells her that it is time. The mere thought makes me cringe. That said, we all have different interests and fantasies. I suspect that anyone who likes the idea of reading about mild sexual domination would like this book. In many ways, it is light and witty. The entire Malory family is also very endearing. For those who prefer less violent themes, I would recommend Lindsey's Gentle Rogue, Tender Rebel, and The Magic of You. All are part of Johanna Lindsey's Malory series. I think that they offer all of the benefits without any of the downsides. If you like these, then perhaps consider reading this book (Say You Love Me) so that you can see where the family story line goes. If you do not like them, you will have saved yourself from having read about sexual domination.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I juz simiply love the Malory Family! May 8 2004
By Emi
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This is the very 1st books of Ms Lindsey's novel which I started off. In fact I started to love her Malory novel series. I just simply love the stories how Kelsey and Derek met each other - so romantic... I will definate continue to finish the rest of the other malory's series and currently I'm on my way to finish 'Love Only Once' which consist of stories about how Reggie met Nicky, its quite a comedy!
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4.0 out of 5 stars where is jeremy' story? May 1 2004
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Say you love me is a great book as are the rest of the malory books, but I cant help wondering about Jeremy Malory and can't wait to get my hands on his story. Is Ms. Lindsey writting a book for him? If any one knows , let me know!!!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars malory's novels April 10 2004
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I've always love the Malory's novels. I love this one too, it was good, somewhat predictable and I think it could have been better. I also would love to know what happens to Jeremy Malory, where is his storie?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Read March 18 2004
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This book is wonderful! It seemed like a breath of fresh air for romance enthusiasts who are tired of the same ol' kidnap/runaway/lover's fighting plotlines that we have come to know and love.
Lachlan is one of my favorite heroes, saying and doing all the right things for Kimberly, and I LOVED the fact that he calls her "Kimber". It was such an endearing nick name whenever he used it.
Kimberly is a perfect heroin, someone we can all picture ourselves as. She isn't beautiful, but she isn't ugly either, just *normal*. At first, Lachlan doesn't notice her for she is outshined by the magnificent beauty of the Duchess of Wrothson, but little by little, he *does* begin to notice and I thought that is more like what happens in real life.
They never bicker, she doesn't run away, nor is she kidnapped, and the book is wrapped up nicely by the end, not just within the last 5 paragraphs as we have come to expect of other romance novels.
Finally, we have a heroin who isn't a beauty, a man who sees how beautiful she is despite her plainness, and an all around feel-good love story that will make you wish Lachlan MacGregor was a real man. If you haven't read this one, I strongly suggest you do. It is a sequel to "Man of My Dreams", yet I believe it is 10 times better.
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3.0 out of 5 stars bland Feb. 4 2004
By J
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I read Man of my dreams before I read this book. Even though there were usual combination of villain, misunderstanding and all, the total story line was bland and not exciting at all. What is about Lachlan bedding Kimberly when she was sleeping so she didn't even know what was happening to her (and it happened only a couple of days after two meeting for the first time)? I would have given 3.5 stars if there is one. I would recommend Man of my dreams rather than its sequel.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Don't ask--just READ. Jan. 5 2004
By danie
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I'm actually a little surprised that a few gave this book disapproving marks,but hey-to each his own. I really enjoyed this Malory novel,though. Derek may not be exactly like his uncles,but that's kind of a good thing since he represents something "different". I think he was amazingly sweet,but tough when he oughtta be.
The other Malory characters reprised their roles in this novel. Some of the dialogue they had were really funny-I was laughing my arse off. I love the companionship between Percy,Derek and Jeremy. <3 <3 <3
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