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Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (16 of 18)
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The Price of Pleasure by Kresley Cole
The Price of Pleasure by Kresley Cole
I enjoyed the author's first book CAPTAIN OF ALL PLEASURES and looked forward to reading this story. For some reason her hero, Grant Sutherland kept bringing to mind Damien Knight (without the shell-shock) from Gaelen Foley's LORD OF ICE (one of my fave books) in that both were stiff, formal men ruled by a strict code of honor. Honor that is sorely tested by an unconventional, high spirited young woman - in this case castaway Victoria Dearbourne.
Second son Grant Sutherland has been a sea captain as well as acting as a stand-in for his elder brother Derek, the Earl of Stanhope, managing his estates for four years until his brother took up his responsibilities. That experience has… Read more
Catch Me If You Can by Donna Kauffman
Catch Me If You Can by Donna Kauffman
Having read the two prior novellas introducing the Morgan brothers I was looking forward to reading about eldest Tag who has reluctantly inherited everything when their abusive father dies. As those who've read Jace's and Austin's stories know, the four Morgan brothers had a difficult time growing up and all left home as soon as they could, never looking back. But eldest Tag has been given the task of settling the estate, though all he really wants to do is get back to the dig in Mexico on which he is an anthropologist. But he discovers something he never expected in that his father had, in his last few years, purchased property in Scotland and had carried on a long distance… Read more
Charmed and Dangerous by Lori Wilde
Charmed and Dangerous by Lori Wilde
I very much enjoyed Lori Wilde's prior Warner release LICENSE TO THRILL (I also recommend her Blaze story PACKED WITH PLEASURE), and while I enjoyed this one, it wasn't quite as terrific as LTT. I found the first few chapters on the slow side, and it took me some time to warm up to Maddie and David (was this a sly wink to the old TV show MOONLIGHTING about bickering but attracted PI's with the same names?). But after about the third or fourth chapter the pace picked up, the chemistry started to build and the adventure took off.
Maddie Cooper has always felt responsible for her twin sister Cassie - especially since a childhood incident nearly left Cassie dead. Maddie has always seen… Read more