- File Size: 1971 KB
- Print Length: 637 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Kris Pearson (July 18, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07424T8B5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,372,728 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
All for Love - 3 Series Starters: New Zealand Romance Kindle Edition
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MELTING HIS HEART-I read this one in 2013 under the title HER MAN WITH THE ICEBURG EYES. I LOVED it as well. He is very rich, arrogant, and very alpha. LOVE HIM. His half sister lives with him. She is a very talented artist but is confined to a wheelchair. She has no social skills so she needs an assistant. He hires the heroine to be her assistant. Right off the bat he starts flirting with her and she is outraged that he would flirt with her right in front of his crippled WIFE. This goes on for a while until she discovers it is his SISTER. Then their story begins. It is a great read and I loved it.
TAKEN BY THE SHEIKH- I just finished this one and it was as good as the other two. A young woman is kidnapped by terrorist. He is in the group undercover for the good guys. He knows right away he wants to save her but the other two men are ruthless killers so he will have to find the right moment to get her out of the mess she is in. She is 23, a bit immature as she doesn't even begin to know what a dangerous situation she is in. This story has a lot of adventure and romance as they slowly fall for each other. It has a good surprise for her near the end. A very good read.
To sum up, this is a GREAT set and a wonderful introduction to Kris Pearson's writing. I absolutely love her books, most are set in New Zealand. As to her heroes being jerks (a low star reviewer). I guess it is in the eye of the beholder. I didn't see it that way at all. The sheikh is a bit overbearing but at first he is suppose to be a killing terrorist so I wouldn't expect him to be a gentleman. The other two were just strong male figures in my opinion. I feel bad that the reviewer chose not to read the books because she really missed some good stories then and in the future. She also taught me a good lesson. Don't judge too quick because you may really miss something good. These are three very good read and I definitely HIGHLY recommend them. Now, they are a bit sexy so if that is a problem for you be aware. Course, you too will miss some very good stories.
I was not paid for this review. I am not an author nor do I know one. I am not kin to this writer. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less. 9/18/17
The Boat Builder's Bed -- Yacht tycoon Rafe Severino wanted a real family, not the broken one he came from. His mansion is almost finished, and he needed an interior decorator. He got Sophie Calhoun. Sophie is new to interior decorating but making a name for herself... by leaving her daughter behind with her mother babysitting and weekly visits. Rafe fell for Sophie, but will Rafe still want her after he learned that Sophie had to leave her daughter behind to make a living?
Angst-y, "never the right time", blah blah blah. Still, above average, with some real sizzle. 4/5
Melting His Heart -- Kate Pleasance fled Auckland after her broken family and her boyfriend became too much to bear. She flew down to Queenstown for an interview to be a housesitter... Expecting the woman who needed her help, she instead was greeted by a tall, dark, and handsome Matthew McLeod, who was so pleasant to look at, Kate had to restrain herself, because Matthew never stated his relations to the woman needing the help. Matthew had a disastrous first marriage that made him suspect all women, and Kate's surname... belonged to one of his business rivals. Was Kate sent to spy on him? To seduce him? To ruin him? Yet there's no denying that Matthew and Kate had chemistry together, as they both have doubts... But how can they be together if they suspect the other was keeping secrets?
Angst-y, but not overly so. Seduction scenes were pretty cute. Guesses at the intentions are interesting, as are doubts. 4/5
Taken by the Shiekh -- Laurel was the wrong hostage at the wrong place. She was the American diplomat family's New Zealand au pair, and she got snatched by terrorists in Al Sounam. She did not expect to be rescued by Sheikh Rafiq, who was actually working undercover at the time. For safety, she must remain secluded until Rafiq can conclude the operation, and Rafiq is intense, powerful, and charming, not to mention rich... and a good lover. But when it's time to send her home, will she be able to let go?
Eh, sorry, this one just doesn't work for me. Smells way too much of Stockholm syndrome, and Rafiq being able to sneak away for days at a time to bonk her is just ridiculous. 2/5
Averages out to 3/5
A spritely writing style which varies with each series. Multi-layered characters cleverly revealed, drawing the reader into their worlds. Lucid writing style exposing site atmosphere, both physical and cultural.
I strongly recommend any story by Pearson, but especially this tasty sampler