Voodoole But Hunter has other ideas when he sweepsher away to his Spanish villa. You submitted the following rating and review. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. But Hunter has other ideas when he sweeps her away to his Spanish villa.
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Start your review of Bedded at His Convenience Write a review Shelves: angst-by-misunderstanding-lies , cheating-explored , black-library-on-line , harlequin-presents , hero-behaving-badly , second-chance , 1-star Second chance story that hinges on misunderstandings. Not much, it turns out. The 18 year-old heroine resented her new advertising agent husband working all time and then coming home reeking of perfume.
His hilarious excuse? He was working closely with his female client on a perfume ad and she liked to spray it on him. She confronted him and left the next day.
Second chance story that hinges on misunderstandings. No, just no. But here, the quality of writing is so bad, so clunky, and so "telling not showing," that I felt I was reading an outline of a revenge story.
Here is the heroine falling into the river because she is so distracted by fighting her treacherous body: On the trip back to his house they were both silent, and once there Keisha was in such a hurry to get off the boat that she completely missed her footing. With a horrified cry she slipped into the river. The water was cold, and she was embarrassed—especially when Hunter jumped in to help her out. Her jeans were mud-stained and her seersucker top clung reverently to her breasts.
Something that Hunter did not fail to notice. He was smiling now, amused by her distress. Trying to run away from me? You leapt off the boat as though I was about to attack you. You could have described the cold water filling her ears as she went under. How she bowed her head and avoided his eyes when she was fished out.
He even reminded himself to smile when he felt rage because he wanted to manipulate the heroine. He named both his yachts after the h? The perfumed OW makes another appearance. This time the heroine sees "honesty in his eyes" I could go on, but life is short and this book is bad. She keeps claiming she is not materialistic When hero finds out about her miscarriage he makes it all about him and then belatedly realizes he should have inquired about her brush with death.
This is one sick, sad little story.
Bedded at His Convenience
Bedded at his convenience