The Blackmail Bargain

The Blackmail Bargain A gold digging home wrecker isn t Curt McIntosh s ideal woman But it seems that s exactly what he s got with Peta Grey For Curt there is only one way to stop her blackmail In reality Peta is a pennil

  • Title: The Blackmail Bargain
  • Author: Robyn Donald
  • ISBN: 9780373126408
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • A gold digging home wrecker isn t Curt McIntosh s ideal woman But it seems that s exactly what he s got with Peta Grey For Curt there is only one way to stop her blackmail In reality, Peta is a penniless virgin trying to survive She accepts Curt s ultimatum, and agrees to act as his mistress But the terms of the deal aren t clear Peta thought their relationship waA gold digging home wrecker isn t Curt McIntosh s ideal woman But it seems that s exactly what he s got with Peta Grey For Curt there is only one way to stop her blackmail In reality, Peta is a penniless virgin trying to survive She accepts Curt s ultimatum, and agrees to act as his mistress But the terms of the deal aren t clear Peta thought their relationship was purely business So why has she just woken up naked in Curt s bed

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    1. This was enjoyable, if not the most memorable HP ever. A solid 3.I did like the different setting. No Greek or Italian Tycoons and the heroine was a rancher. Honestly, I missed the exact setting but I think it was New Zealand since that's where the author is from. If not, it was Australia.Also the blackmail was a bit of mislead in the title if you (like me) associate HP and blackmail with 'be my mistress or else'. In this case it was 'pretend to be my mistress or else'. Of course there was attra [...]

    2. Hero's sister was bitch of the millennium and she suffers NOTHING. Hero, who is righteous and boasts about justice does nothing to condemn his sister of her sins.She "feels" her husband is "going" to cheat with the heroine so she asks her brother to seduce her instead. How can someone deliberately set out to ruin someone out of malice and gossip?She calls the heroine "ugly" "plain" and "nothing" yet hero does nothing when he decides to marry her.The heroine told the hero that his sister was resp [...]

    3. It's not the worst book I've read but I'm not likely to ever read it again. Here's why:1- writing seems choppy. Things end abruptly and pick up abruptly2- I don't feel love between the two characters. Some lust but no glue to bind them3- don't like the way the h is described. Tall, not pretty, always muddy. Why would H be drawn to her? And of course the H just stepped out of GQ magazine. Totally unbelievable. On the plus side, I did like the side story about his parents. But I didn't like the si [...]

    4. I like reading HP books set in New Zealand for the culture and the language. The heroine is a strong woman trying to run her farm, and she has a tough life. The hero has the whole thing wrong, as the hero of these books usually do. Of course as he gets to know her, he realizes how wrong he is and love ensues.

    5. Pretty good read! This was a tough, likable heroine and the chemistry between the H and h was good. Definitely kept my interest. Only downside was a lightning-quick resolution -- I would have preferred a longer period of hero-groveling -- he got off too easily!

    6. Leído el 07/10/2012Protagonistas: Curt McIntosh y Rose GreyArgumento:El chantaje la había llevado hasta la cama de un millonario…Una cazafortunas no era desde luego el ideal de mujer de Curt McIntosh, pero parecía que eso era lo que había encontrado con Rose Grey. Para Curt, sólo había una manera de arruinarle los planes… el chantaje.En realidad, Rose era una muchacha inocente luchando por llegar a fin de mes y ahora se había visto obligada a cumplir las exigencias de Curt… Así hab [...]

    7. 2.5 stars for me. The sister is a bitch and the brother (hero) didn't really have any redeeming features until the last chapter. I liked the female lead.

    8. I read this book based on a reviewer's comments on a different book (Return of the Moralis Wife). I liked Peta but I didn't see any chemistry between the H/h. I didn't connect with the MCs so I went back to re-read the comments and I was a dummy! Willaful's review said:If you feel like reading a quintessential Harlequin Presents "blackmailing hero thinks the heroine is a gold-digging slut" story I'd recommend The Brazilian's Blackmail Bargain.

    9. My least favorite trope of this genre, but it was the first attempt at downloading to the kindle from the library, so I read it. I find it really hard to believe that love can grow from such abject dislike and scorn. In addition, the familial interactions would make this match untenable at best. That being said, it is, as usual of the Harlequins, very well written and fast moving.

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