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Ë Read Ë Long Night's Loving (Presents) by Anne Mather Ø I should have listened I should have listened I should have listened.
Boogenhagen s review says it all.
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com review showNot one decent, nice, charming or entertaining character in the bunch Reading this book has all the stomach churning properties of breathing in a bucket of squirming worms The hero is callous and cruel What else The heroine is a TSTL blithering idiot for too many reasons to list here The top three are she s stupid enough to be led around by her nose by her vile sister, she tried to manipulate her relationship with her husband and it backfired but she won t take responsibility for it or get the words out to explain, and she s a crappy mother.
The daughter is another bad apple that didn t fall far from the tree Entitled evil other woman Nuff said Plus she s a bag of bones.
Off page rapist.
Irritating BF.
Smug and horrifying interfering sister Worst Anne Mather s book I have ever read All the female characters, includung the h, are very unlikeable The writing and the story are so blah This book pissed me off, for several reasons which I ll list.
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1 What Oliver did to the heroine was rape If a person is drunk or high, unable to control themselves properly and you have sex with that, that is RAPE The heroine seemed to brush it off in the story DISGUSTING 2 The hero was an asshole to the heroine, he should of trusted in her, believed in her Like come on, this was his WIFE and had been for quite a while Unless your wife is having constant affairs or is a lying scum bitch, you should believe in her.
The story line was alright, while not all topics were well thought out and proper to moral standards, it was okay to read.
Long Night s LovingWhen lies beget lies two people who love each other can be torn apart This happened when other people go out of their way to destroy a marriage Sometimes they reconnect early on but other times it takes years for the lies to be shown the light of day And other times when they meet up again that feeling is even stronger.
I should have listened I should have listened I should have listened.
Boogenhagen s review says it all.
https www.
goodreads.
com review showNot one decent, nice, charming or entertaining character in the bunch Reading this book has all the stomach churning properties of breathing in a bucket of squirming worms The hero is callous and cruel What else The heroine is a TSTL blithering idiot for too many reasons to list here The top three are she s stupid enough to be led around by her nose by her vile sister, she tried to manipulate her relationship with her husband and it backfired but she won t take responsibility for it or get the words out to explain, and she s a crappy mother.
The daughter is another bad apple that didn t fall far from the tree Entitled evil other woman Nuff said Plus she s a bag of bones.
Off page rapist.
Irritating BF.
Smug and horrifying interfering sister Worst Anne Mather s book I have ever read All the female characters, includung the h, are very unlikeable The writing and the story are so blah This book pissed me off, for several reasons which I ll list.
.
1 What Oliver did to the heroine was rape If a person is drunk or high, unable to control themselves properly and you have sex with that, that is RAPE The heroine seemed to brush it off in the story DISGUSTING 2 The hero was an asshole to the heroine, he should of trusted in her, believed in her Like come on, this was his WIFE and had been for quite a while Unless your wife is having constant affairs or is a lying scum bitch, you should believe in her.
The story line was alright, while not all topics were well thought out and proper to moral standards, it was okay to read.
Long Night s LovingWhen lies beget lies two people who love each other can be torn apart This happened when other people go out of their way to destroy a marriage Sometimes they reconnect early on but other times it takes years for the lies to be shown the light of day And other times when they meet up again that feeling is even stronger.
Titre vf Pi ge de cristal He Could Still Make Her Want HimMaggie Would Never Have Made The Journey To Northumberland To See Her Ex Husband If It Hadn T Been For Their Rebellious Teenage Daughter Lindsey Had Formed A Disastrous Relationship And Neil Was The Only Person Who Could Help Clearly, Maggie S Treacherous Betrayal Some Years Ago Still Rankled With Neil Because Why Else Would He So Provoke And Humiliate Her She Was Ashamed Of The Fact That He Could Still Make Her Want Him While Seemingly Remaining Detached Himself Surely He Must Be Involved Enough To Want To Help Lindsey Even If He Suspected She Might Be Another Man S Child



Titre vf Pi ge de cristal

Mildred Grieveson was born on October 10, 1946 in England She had written all through her infant and junior years and on into her teens, the stories changing from children s adventures to torrid gypsy passions Her mother used to gather these up from time to time, when her bedroom became too untidy, and dispose of them Mildred has always wanted to write which is not to say she has always wanted