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Author: Megan Hart
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
Review Date: 5/9/2013
Helpful Score: 1

I did not enjoy this book. I felt the main character, Paige, was extremely boring as was the plot. She was so unemotional when talking about her divorce, relationship with her mom and even her past flings. There was such an indifference towards the males that were introduced that it made me not really care who sent the notes and who she ended up with. It was just so cut and dry!

Three Fates
Three Fates
Author: Nora Roberts
Book Type: Hardcover
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
Review Date: 9/4/2008
Helpful Score: 3

I bought this book for just something to read on a long flight but I could not put it down!!! Its a modern day treasure hunt with a evil villian and of course ... romance!!! If you read this book and like it I suggest you read "Hot Ice" by Nora Roberts and "The Book of Seven Delights" by Betina Krahn.

To Protect a Princess (Crusaders, Bk 2) (Silhouette Romantic Suspense, No 1538)
Review Date: 9/3/2009

Logan Burke was no hero ...

But Roma princess Dara Adams-the sole survivor of her royal family-needed the legendary guide to help her restore an ancient artifact to her people. Instead she found this enigmatic half-Gypsy with desire smoldering in his eyes and a secret sorrow in his soul.

Logan had vowed never again to take a woman across the treacherous mountain terrain. But with a sniper on Dara's trail, the sexy loner had no choice but to sweep her from harm's way. As they went in search of a hidden Inca city, they journeyed deeper into the heart of danger-and discovered a passion that could be their undoing ...

Trust With Your Life (Dangerous Men) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 321)
Trust With Your Life (Dangerous Men) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 321)
Author: M. L. Gamble
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
Review Date: 11/15/2008

He had her in his sights ...

His face haunted her memories. His Australian accent and trim, tanned body taunted her dreams. But when Alec Steele reappeared in the flesh, Molly Jake's life became a living nightmare.

He claimed he'd escaped from kidnappers-but her dream lover from down under abducted her. He claimed he'd been brainwashed to kill-but he didn't know his intended victim.

After hot summer nights on the run with the sexy Aussie, Molly began to suspect their meeting was no coincidence ... and she feared that the man who fueled her fantasies had indeed been programmed to kill ... her!

Water For Elephants
Water For Elephants
Author: Sara Gruen
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
Review Date: 8/26/2010

I really wanted to enjoy this book because of all the hype it got ... but it was just too depressing for me! I finished it, but it was definitely a struggle.

Don't get me wrong, Sara Gruen is a fantastic writer! The book makes you feel like you're back in the Great Depression experiencing everything they did. I LOVED the whole idea of running away and joining the circus.

I expected the book to focus more on the romance and I think that's where I was dissapointed! For me, I didn't feel that the two main characters had any chemistry.

The way the story was progressing, I expected a predictable and melancholy end to the book ... but I was wrong. The ending was the best part of the book for me!

So it was a little too sad for my taste (and I definitely didn't like the animal abuse), but I don't regret reading it!

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