- File Size: 542 KB
- Print Length: 195 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Elijana Kindel; 1 edition (January 5, 2013)
- Publication Date: January 5, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AXIGX5A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #919,458 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lucien (Manipulating the Masters Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Lucien Masters made a deal with his grandfather that he would marry by the time he was thirty or his grandfather would disown his daughter and grand-daughters. Lucien dutifully becomes engaged to the usual beautiful, tall, thin and fashionable woman but for Lucien she's also boring.
Elise Hamilton is his assistant, they have a great relationship and have become friends, when Lucien's fiancé becomes angry over an innocent misunderstanding Lucien convinces Elise to marry him in her place.
Both of the main characters were believable, although the situation was contrived, it was an enjoyable read and I liked their personalities. The family members were funny, particularly Elise's parents and their relationship. Did I mention that the marriage wasn't the only part of the bargain?
This is a good read and not too short at 3310 lines!
I also wasn't sure where the references to Gaia were going - the electrical outage of the computer, etc. It seemed like it was headed towards a slighly paranormal angle but that didn't go anywhere. Why bring up something so far out of left field if it will be only a plot device in the first few pages of the book?
And the Bingleys! What were they thinking - hiding proof of their crimes in the very building where our heroes have free access? And WHY do they have free access to the building? As Ben (Lucien's friend) is not the owner yet, he and his acquisition team should not even be wandering around unescorted.
Finally I could not figure out if Lucien ever told Elise about his grandfather's second clause. Maybe I missed it? Or it's to be a bone of contention in subsequent sequels which presumably focus on Lucas's sisters?
Although the book was ok (I honestly did read to the very end... ok i skimmed some bedroom scenes) I can't find myself recommending it over others.
They get married because she is in love with him and he adores her .
Great story & funny characters. Pretty smoking sex scenes.
A Book full of quirky characters, who were only mentioned in passing. Then you have Raven, Wyndemere, and Moonbeam; Elise's brother, father, and mother, respectively, who were interesting enough in themselves. Luc's grandfather and Luc's friend Ben, help to round out the cast of characters.
I really didn't expect much from this book but I was very pleasantly surprised to find that it was very funny and extremely entertaining. I was sorry to see it end.
Heat factor hot.