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One Heart to Win Hardcover – June 11, 2013
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I have no strong connection to Tiffany, who is really a blah heroine to me, nor do I feel I actually know or love the hero, Hunter, all that much either. He barely stands out in the story. He's really hardly there. For me, both h/H are missing depth and boldness and vibrancy. Where's the romance? Where's that quick dialogue and interaction showing and not telling me they have a connection with each other? I felt no connection to either Tiffany or Hunter, and I felt no chemistry or true passion between them. Not enough time is spent with them actually being together. I wanted more time together, more intimacy. Not necessarily more sex, but more intimacy. As for the sex/love scenes, they were very lacking. Just quick, vague and without any heart.
I wasn't that interested in the overall storyline and the whole reason for Tiffany's parents' separation. Really boring. And Tiffany's impersonation could have been more fun and interesting than it was. This story could have been amped up a lot more than it was. But really, the most disappointing thing about this book is the actual romance itself. I did not feel it. No genuine feeling of love or need; I had no feeling of urgency to see this couple kiss, or make love, or just look at each other and go to that deep place of forever. For me, there was no passion, no romance, and no investment. A big disappointment.
The main character is extremely unlikable and spoiled. The hero barely present. There is absolutely little to no interaction between the two characters (it takes almost 50 pages to even get introduced to the hero) and it is extremely short on romance. There is one character who I thought was interesting, and he deserves his own novel, and that is the gunslinger, Degan.
I can't finish the book, I have absolutely no interest in knowing what eventually happens to any of the characters in the novel. It truly is terrible.
Johanna Lindsey's books are the kind that you read and re-read over and over again, so I am completely puzzled by how badly this is written and the lack of a story line.
She has a couple basic story lines she uses to form mist of her books but usually she manages to weave in some interesting details or steamy scenes to keep you page turning. This book makes me think she has run out of ideas or just doesn't care any more thinking we will continue to purchase because of her past successes.
The sex is a bore, the lead female is a brat, the hired gun is extraneous and the plot is simply ridiculous.
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Johanna Lindsey is a good writer. I like most of her books. The thing about Ms Lindsey is that some of her books are wonderful page-turners. You just can't put them down. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wanda Knight
As always good and easy reading. Her series can be read in order or randomly. That's what I enjoy the most.Published 5 months ago by kelly f