- File Size: 508 KB
- Print Length: 192 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (October 17, 2011)
- Publication Date: October 17, 2011
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005Q07FLG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #247,773 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A long time ago, Annie was the golden child of the entertainment industry. She goes to a party at Adamas' house where she drinks and gets almost raped by his brother-in-law. Thanks to the tabloids and Adamas' selfish and disgusting family, Annie is flayed alive by the press. Result: she changes her image from golden girl to seductress.
Fast forward several years and she and her half-brother Todd are just embarking on a new modeling contract for Annie when she is literally kidnapped by Adamas and taken to his private island where he rapes her. His reason? Because he's been lusting after her. Also, because his cousin, who is also a model, was dating Todd until she couldn't get over her jealousy over Annie and Todd dumped her. Anyway, Annie is stuck on the island, attracted to Adamas and the two continue to have sex, while Adamas is trying to take Annie off her new modeling contract so that he can give it to his worthless cousin instead.
Ending: the two end up living happily ever after after Adamas confesses his love to Annie, but not until after he's taken the lucrative modeling contract away from Annie and given it to his cousin.
Now, I don't have much problems with forced seduction tales and quite frankly, all Harlequin romances involve the forced seduction. However, this one really was rape and Adamas is just so very unlikeable.Read more ›
This is probably one of my least favorite Reids. Ultimately, I just couldn't help wishing that Annie had found a better guy, which doesn't bode well for the story. Nonetheless, it had the same passion and intensity that I have come to love from all Reid novels.
Annie called it correctly when she claimed Susie was spoiled, vain, jealous and possessive and let's toss in untrustworthy and unable to trust Todd as well!! Why does Susie get a free pass in these shenanigans in this story? She could have trusted her BF, but she failed to do so and things must be HANDED to this girl because she can't earn anything on her own. The fact that Cesar, a businessman, wanted Annie to give up a contract to the other girl is really unbelievable - would this business mogul have done the same for a competitor? I think not!
Sure it looked bad on Annie, after all Cesar overheard some of her conversation with Todd. Wouldn't matter as he already believed the worst of Annie and he was setting out to get Susie what she wanted in the end. Plus just the way Annie reacted to the kiss with him would lead you to believe otherwise about her.
There was an excellent point of people believing what they wanted to believe. Cesar believed what he wanted to believe and I'm not sure that he would have believed otherwise of Annie if there weren't any proof. Their first love scene was not described in detail but it sounded very rough, after the fact. However, Annie seemed to respond to it with him so.....
It's towards the end that problems arise. Perhaps she just wanted to see what she wanted to believe? Cesar was wrong so many time w/ Annie, but then she gives in to him too.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nor is it 'intense' passion. Disgusting self serving sex w moronic motivation to make it all good for his wanna-be second rate cousinPublished 6 months ago by Karen Clarke
One of my favorite all time story lines. I re-read it once a year. Love the passion they have for one another.Published 11 months ago by Amy C. Daniel
This is a fairly dark book. Not one of Ms. Reid's best. I just got it because I'm collecting her books.Published 11 months ago by bratcat22
I liked it. The main characters have great chemistry, good dialogue and the book has a good storyline. I recommend it and it is definitely a keeper for me.Published 14 months ago by MRooks
I'm glad I took a chance on this book in spite of the bad reviews. I thought the chemistry between the hero and heroine was really good. The plot was involved and well developed. Read morePublished on April 5, 2014 by lovestoread
Almost rape, then characterized as whore. Actual rape then held hostage. Let's not forget slapped
You don't love men like this you prosecute them. Fail
I think this book was a good read in spite of the other reviews that said it wasn't. I really enjoyed reading it. Read morePublished on February 7, 2014 by linnie