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I gave it a three star because it was a good plot it I just could not get into it. Everything felt rushed, and I can understand that it is a short read it still should of been a little thought out. To me it felt they meet again, next chapter their intimate, then it end with her running away and he finding her and begging her to stay with him. At first I didn't like Andrew because of the way he acted after having sex with Miranda treating her a woman of the night even though I guess she earned that with her proposition. But eventually he redeemed himself when he begged her to stay with him on his knees. I love a hero who eventually realizes the error of his ways and does something about.
As for recommending it I just can't say since am undecided myself. But I read some of her other books and I liked them. This one I just don't know.
This is a short story that stands on its own, while it leads us into a series, The Hathaway Heirs by Suzanna Medeiros.
There is a lot of STEAM in this one. Miranda married well twelve years ago. Well, but not all that happily. Her family wished her to have a title and wealth, so they insisted that she marry Viscount Hathaway. But she's never forgotten the man who also courted her and touched her heart, Andrew, the Earl of Sanderson. After the death of her husband, for the first time, Miranda decides that she wants to grab hold of happiness with both hands, even though she only gives herself three weeks to enjoy it. That is, if Drew will have her for that time period.
Andrew has never forgotten the woman who walked away from his heart. When she makes a very scandalous proposal, he jumps at the chance, thinking that spending some intimate time withe her will finally bring closure to their relationship.
Such silly people! All the time they spend together just brings their hearts closer. But, of course, neither one can let the other know. Miranda lies to him about why she wants to be intimate and he never tells her how she had touched his heart all those years ago and that the feelings are returning by leaps and bounds.
For a short story, there was enough story here for me. There's lots of hot times, but I could feel their emotions, too. Well done, Ms. Medeiros! I'm taking half a bookmark away for a bit of repetitive narrative.
At the end of this one, we meet the heir to the Hathaway fortune and title. He and his new bride do not seem to be very happy. Their story is number two in the series, and I hope it comes available soon!
Four and a Half Bookmarks!
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I enjoyed the story, it was romantic and steamy.
However, it was too short for me to relate deeply with the characters or relate to them.
I felt for their struggles, but didn't understand many of their choices because their lives, past and choices were just brushed over.
Maybe if the author had included some flashbacks into their past I would have given it more stars.
Write on....write on Suzanna Medeiros!