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DNF I found Diana utterly fanciful and obnoxious. For Lady Diana Davenport, they birginia only in her books and dreams. Diana, however, uses her feminine power to ensnare the slavemaster and they fall powerfully in love.
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But as his hot, hungry kisses drew her toward deception and irresistible acts of love, she had to hesitate.
Marry or take the vows of a nun. Its not until the end of the story does she finally confront them And its a disappointment. He held her agonized gaze with his fierce black eyes.
Jul 05, Grace rated it it was amazing. Besides the historical anachronisms that were rampant in both time periods depicted, the love story itself was pure cheddar cheese and the characters were flat as cardboard. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: More by Virginia Henley See more.
This is my third virhinia re reading it and it never gets old. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Want to Read saving…. But after much dithering about writing the review I’ve realised that it’s just a book and while the story no longer works for me, there are lots more out there.
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An heiress who is under the guardianship of her horrible aunt and uncle. What ends up happening, though, is that you get bland romance with alpha d-bag heroes who stop just short of rape with total, over-the-top cray-cray villains who are probably rejected “heroes” who escaped the archives of unpublished bodice rippers that never made it ehnley the 80s and dead-pissed about it.
However, when she returns home after 9 months of disappearance- her birthday is STILL almost a month away. Her work has been translated into fourteen languages. Account Options Sign in.
I do hope she writes more books as sizzling bh this one! We meet our heroine, Diana.
She yearns for a take charge man,similar This is difficult to rate. She gets her chance one fateful day as she is visiting Peter Hardwick, whose brother Mark is the Earl of Bath, at his home in the town of Bath.
Marcus Magnus was powerful, arrogant, and infuriating. Not only that but the heroine wears powdered wigs and panniers. Paperbackpages. What the flip happened to Marcus when she went back to her time?
Enslaved Book Summary and Study Guide. I think the heroine held her own and not too many heroines can say they lost their virginity twice.
This was no dream! Plus, the writing is bad. It syncs automatically with your account and allows you to read online or offline wherever you are.
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Feb 01, Mitzi rated it really liked it Shelves: This book hennley very fast to read and I did not want to put it down. I’ve not yet read anything by her, though I’ve come across her name several times in my travels through romance-land.
Review “The best in romantic fiction! The Falcon and the Flower. Many villains of vintage historical roms were either bisexual, gay, or homoerotic i.
There was a gritty bodice ripper in here fighting desperately to get out, but it was drowning in Bertrice Small-level purple prose and bad plotting. I stopped reading this just before Petrius did something very enskaved to his own father in order to get rid of Diana because that was always my most hated part of the book view spoiler [her death slightly traumatised me and I’ve never forgotten it hide spoiler ] and I only read it that first time.
I loved Enslaved by Virginia Henley. Marcus Magnus was powerful, arrogant, and infuriating. Suddenly, the story turns into reincarnation. A must read as far as I am concerned. Sep 08, Rose rated it did not like it Shelves: Marcus is the general who enslaves Diana and he his every bit a Greek God. The Queen’s favorite, called The Sea God, his white teeth flashed in his bronze face as virgjnia deep, virile voice boomed orders to his men.
Still, not worth the effort required to suspend disbelief. I can’t say there was anything particularly compelling about the seventeen year old heroine or the thirty something hero.
Click on a plot link to find similar books! Oh and it didn’t hurt that the hero, a Roman, had me envisioning Gerard Butlerya know ish: